502 Park Avenue - 12E
NO BOARD APPROVAL! Enjoy truly gracious living in one of New York's most coveted addresses, 502 Park Avenue. 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-war residences of the 1920's. This spacious one bedroom, one bath unit is ideal for the discerning tenant. Newly renovated, residence 12E features hand inlaid herringbone patterned floors, a chef’s kitchen with top of the line appliances, detailed arched windows and a large walk-in closet. The unit also boasts bright sunny southern exposure with open views.
Residence 12E is situated on Park Avenue, one of the most famed strips of real-estate in the word and conveniently located at the cusp where midtown meets the Upper East Side. Residents are only 2 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 including 24 hour doormen and concierge service along with available housekeeping and valet. Building amenities include a state-of-the-art fitness center and a live-in resident manager.
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- Health Club
- Laundry Room
- Maid Service
- Valet Service
- Hotel Style Service
- High Speed Internet Access
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