820 Park Avenue was built in 1926. The building was designed by Harry Allen Jacobs, an architect who created many townhouses for the contemporary upper class. Some famous residents included Governor Herman Lehman.
820 Park Avenue offers spacious, light-filled apartments with thoughtful layouts that any Upper East Side resident would envy. Some apartments include beautiful fireplaces, lovely balconies to enjoy the great views, and numbers other glamorous features. For those looking for something special, this building offers both a maisonette apartment and huge penthouse suite. Laundry hookups are provided. This building is pet friendly.
This pre-war building is unusual for the period in which it was built. Though it sports an elegant dark brown brick and sandstone base, the unique asymmetrical design pulls from multiple eras. 820 Park is a full-service building with full time doorman, live-in super, and elevator operator. It also offers a number of amenities to its residents, including basement storage, roof deck, and centralized laundry room.
820 Park Avenue is located on the south west corner of 75th Street in Lenox Hill. It is close to a number of coveted city features. This place is a cultural center, not far from the Whitney Museum of American Art and other great museums on Museum Mile. There are a number of boutiques and restaurants to enjoy. Including the mind-blowing baked goods at Lady M Cake Boutique or treat yourself to a beauty day at Brows by Victoria. Lenox Hill Hospital is only a block north and the subway station is also not far away.
If you’re interested in renting or buying a home in 820 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 what other apartments in this building have sold for. This is a coop building with an extensive application process. It is highly recommended you use a buyers broker when viewing, negotiating and applying on an apartment here.