778 PARK AVE

778 PARK AVE

Architect
Rosario Candela

Building Description

Park Avenue condominiums are always some of the most desirable buildings in Manhattan when it comes to New York City luxury housing. Add in the fact that 778 Park Avenue was designed by famous architect Rosario Candela in 1931 and it is easy to see the appeal behind the Upper East Side building. 778 Park Avenue, built in an English Renaissance style on Manhattan's Upper East Side, is just two blocks away from Central Park. There are 18 spacious floor plans available at 778 Park Avenue, each one of them unique and luxurious.  778 Park Avenue apartments for sale are designed 12-foot ceilings, making them feel even more spacious than they already are. Each residence has its own private terrace; some even overlook Central Park. Fireplaces in every unit at 778 Park Avenue are a nice touch of elegance. As one might expect, kitchens at 778 Park Avenue have top-of-the-line appliances and cabinetry. Marble, elegant woodwork, and luxurious cast iron give each and every apartment at 778 Park Avenue a feeling of opulence. Classic New York City condominiums are known for their luxury and elegance. 778 Park Avenue is just that, providing Manhattanites with luxury Upper East Side Manhattan living unique only to that area. Like many other Park Avenue apartments, 778 Park Avenue offers residents the typical Upper East Side amenities; the building has a full-time doorman as well as a concierge. There is also a lot of private outdoor space at 778 Park Avenue, giving residents space to relax outdoors, yet within the confines of their own condominium. One of the building's best amenities has to be its proximity to Central Park with easy access to all of the things that Central Park has to offer. Addresses on Manhattan's Park Avenue are incredibly well valued and 778 Park Avenue is one of the premiere luxury condominiums on the avenue.

Building Amenities

  • doorman
  • elevator
  • laundry
  • library
Architect
Rosario Candela

Location

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Nearby Transportation

77th Street & Lexington Avenue (4 min walk)

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68th Street & Hunter College Subway Station (6 min walk)

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63rd Street & Lexington Avenue (11 min walk)

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Upper East Side

The Upper East Side is iconic for its landmarks, museums, and history. As one of the most affluent neighborhoods in the City, the historic architecture of the mansions and brownstones were once homes to the country’s wealthiest, such as the Rockefellers, Vanderbilts, and Carnegies. The...

 
 

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