1060 Park Avenue was built in 1923. This building was designed by J.E.R. Carpenter, who was one of the most renowned architects of Park Avenue buildings during the 20’s. Some of his other building include 550, 580, 610, 625, 630, 635, 640, 960, 950 and 812 Park Avenue.
The apartments in this building are of intimate size – most being one or two bedrooms – but they certainly don’t lack the elegant and gracious details of many other apartments built during the pre-war period. Some of these details include high beamed ceilings and crown molding. The formal dining rooms that are provided in these apartments are perfect for entertaining a large number of guests. Many apartments also offer a generous amount of closet space. Washer and dryers in each apartment are allowed. This building also permits pets.
This handsome pre-war building has a sturdy look about it in red brick with a limestone base. There are a few architectural embellishments that signify the period in which it was built. Residents get to enjoy entering the attractive lobby and communicating with the staff, which includes a full time doorman, live-in super, and concierge. This building offers private storage and a laundry room.
1060 Park Avenue is located in one of the most coveted areas of Carnegie Hill. It stands near many cultural institutions, including the Metropolitan Museum, Guggenheim, Cooper Hewitt, and other attractions along Museum Mile. A subway station and cross-town bus service are nearby, so residents can easily access all that the city has to offer.
If you’re interested in renting or buying a home in 1060 Park Avenue call us at (646) 568 – 7175, and one of our agents would be happy to tell you about the apartments for sale in this building and others similar to it.