737 Park Avenue is a pre-war high-rise in the Lenox Hill section of Manhattan's Upper East Side which will soon be home to newly renovated luxury condominiums. Built in 1940 by Slyvian Bien, this 19-story red-brick building has long held a reputation for being one of the most prestigious rental addresses on the Upper East Side. Harry Macklowe purchased 737 Park Avenue last year and is currently converting the 108 luxury rental apartments into condominiums, and these new units will feature high-end fixtures and features once completed.
737 Park Avenue is a classic Upper East Side apartment building with 24-hour doorman and concierge service and a canopied Park Avenue entrance. Residents of the apartments in 737 Park Avenue live in close proximity to the Upper East Side's most notable cultural institutions. The Asia is less than a block away, the Frick Collection and the Whitney Museum for American Art are a short walk away, and both the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Guggenheim Museum are closeby as well. Residents will also enjoy the nearby boutiques on Madison Avenue, the numerous fine-dining establishments in the neighborhood, and the short walking distance to Central Park.