502 Park Avenue - 17D
3.5% to buyer's broker for contract signed by 9/1/2019!
Enjoy truly gracious living in one of New York Cities most coveted addresses, 502 Park Ave. Once home to the famed Hotel Delmonico, 502 was converted into modern luxury condominium apartments with an eye to retaining all the grace and charm of classic pre-wars apartments of the 1920's.This bright south facing spacious one bedroom one and a half bath unit is ideal for the discerning buyer. This fully renovated apartment boasts custom millwork, a vented washer/ dryer, hand inlaid herringbone patterned floors, a chefs kitchen with stainless appliances, ample closet space, large double paned windows and is whisper quiet. To top it off, the unit comes with a rarely available deeded storage unit.
Situated on Park Avenue, one of the most famed strips of real estate in the world,
you are only two blocks from Central Park, minutes from the offices of midtown and moments away from some of New York's finest restaurants, shopping, and cultural destinations.
As a resident, you will enjoy unrivaled white glove service from a very attentive staff, 24 hour doorman and concierge service, available laundry, maid, and valet service, valet parking, a state of the art fitness center and a live in resident manager.
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- Health Club
- Laundry Room
- Maid Service
- Private Storage
- Valet Service
- Hotel Style Service
- High Speed Internet Access
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