1199 PARK AVE

1199 PARK AVE

Type
High-rise
Architect
Robert Bien
Active Listings
1 Active Sale
Unit Beds Baths Sq Ft Price
APT 17C 2 BEDS 1 BATHS N/A $745,000

Building Description

Located in the exclusive, family-oriented Carnegie Hill section of Manhattan's Upper East Side, 1199 Park Avenue is an 18-story post-war high-rise with custom designed apartments. Built in 1961 by Robert L. Bien and converted to a co-op in 1981, 1199 Park Avenue is a handsome red-brick building with a small number of units per floor. 1199 Park Avenue, located between 93rd and 94th Street, sits adjacent to the Hunter College Campus Schools near the crest of Carnegie Hill. The 151 post-war apartments in 1199 Park Avenue vary widely in design due to extensive renovations, but from the beginning they were all designed in a pre-war style, and all of these luxury apartments have retained that pre-war look and charm. Oversized windows, spacious layouts, hardwood flooring, and granite kitchens with top-of-the-line appliances are just some of the common characteristics that all the post-war apartments at 1199 Park Avenue share. Most of these luxurious Upper East Side apartments feature private balconies as well. 1199 Park Avenue is a full-service cooperative with 24-hour doorman and concierge service. Amenities at this pet-friendly high-rise include a planted roof-deck with views of Central Park and the Upper East Side, an on-site parking garage, and a bike room. 1199 Park Avenue enjoys a choice location on Manhattan's Upper East Side as well; Carnegie is renowned for its museums, restaurants, and shops that are unlike any others in Manhattan. Plus, 1199 Park Avenue is just a short walk from Central Park and numerous public transportation options.

Building Amenities

  • bike storage
  • doorman
  • elevator
  • garage
  • laundry
  • laundry room on every floor
  • rooftop deck
  • storage room
  • washer/dryer allowed
Type
High-rise
Architect
Robert Bien
Active Listings
1 Active Sale

Location

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Nearby Transportation

96th Street & Lexington Avenue (2 min walk)

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103rd Street & Lexington Avenue (9 min walk)

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86th Street & Lexington Avenue (9 min walk)

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Carnegie Hill

Named after Andrew Carnegie whose mansion still stands at Fifth Avenue and 91st Street since 1901, Carnegie Hill is the Upper East Side’s jewel, and considered one of the most prestigious residential areas in New York City. This sought-after neighborhood is home to museums, avenues, historic...

 
 

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