998 Fifth Avenue is an impeccable pre-war structure that is a part of history. Built in 1912, this glamorous apartment building has housed Senators and Vice Presidents throughout its years. Now, 998 Fifth Avenue is known for its classic Italian Renaissance influence and pre-war grandeur as it is for its high profile residents.
In a city that is now dominated by floor-to-ceiling glass structures this building has retained its original elegance. Unique features, such as built-in jewelry safes and wine cellars can be found in each apartment. There is a range of flats and duplex apartments, as well as two full-floor apartments on the upper two floors of the building. Owners enjoy luxurious space with up to 17 rooms per apartment and stunning views of Central Park. Italian marble garnishes the doorway and throughout the building itself. Since converting to a co-op in 1953, renovations and upgrades by various residents include modern kitchen and bathrooms.
998 5th Avenue is ideally located across from Central Park and The Metropolitan Museum of Art. The building is close to local shops on Madison Avenue; a plethora of schools and various transportation options.
This is a co-op building, meaning all potential buyers must apply through a board. This process can be time consuming for some buyers, but with a dedicated realtor the process can be easier and in many cases more successful. To find out what apartments are currently available in 998 5th Ave, please fill out the form below and an agent will contact you to discuss viewing this building and other 5th Avenue apartments.