925 Park Avenue Unit 11/12A, Manhattan 10028
925 Park Avenue was built in 1907, making it one of the most historic buildings in Manhattan. It was designed by the firm Delano and Aldrich and has been a cooperative residential building since it opened. The exterior of this building stands out from its neighbors, largely because of its impressive limestone block façade. Many of the lower floor windows are crowned by art deco style arches that lend distinction and class. The ground floor is home to several offices, each with a separate entrance. The three-story base is made up of large limestone bricks, while the building’s upper floors boast antique-style small limestone blocks. Windows on the upper floor are also topped with distinctive brickwork that is typical of the building’s period.The interior of this building is as distinctive as its exterior. Many of the luxury homes boast features such as wood burning fireplaces, private libraries, grand bathrooms, walk-in closets, eat-in kitchens, and French windows. This building is staffed by a 24-hour doorman and is convenient to the 4, 5, and 6 trains at Lexington Avenue and 77th Street. Recreation options are only a few blocks away at Central Park. Lenox Hill Hospital and the Metropolitan Hospital Center are both convenient to this location.
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