Being tucked between Union Square and Madison Square Park is an enviable position, but the area is not known for having a luxurious housing stock. That makes 240 Park Avenue South — which would be a premier building in any neighborhood — all the more appealing. This particular 2-bedroom, 2-bathroom corner unit has a curved living room that helps create a great entertaining space while bringing in plenty of light. It’s also well built for today’s savvy city dweller, as a look at the unit’s features will show you.
CBS 2’s Emily Smith brought the “Living Large” cameras to the incredible 5-bedroom apartment at 240 Park Avenue South listed by CORE’s Michael Graves, a 3,700-square-foot condo unit with a curved wall of windows that encompasses the entire eastern wing of the building. Check out the video above to get an inside look at one of New York’s best chef’s kitchens, and a whole lot more!
We hate to play favorites, but the world below 23rd Street will always be special to us. Beautiful spaces of all types are prevalent, and the energy of downtown Manhattan just can’t be duplicated. If you’re setting out on a search for the perfect Downtown pad, we’ve got some very different suggestions.
With over 3,000 square feet flanked by two terraces, this penthouse duplex that has been expertly customized by its owner is currently one of the most exceptional TriBeCa properties on the market. It’s a turn-key dream home, in a fantastic setting. TriBeCa is known for its charming cobblestone blocks, and Beach Street is one of the neighborhood’s best. This building was built in 1930, and converted to luxury condominiums — amenities include a roof deck, fitness center, children’s playroom, bike storage, laundry room and pet spa — in 2007.