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The most desired floor plan in historic 10 Park Avenue, corner-unit 11D is a sun-drenched, southeast-facing, well-appointed, one-bedroom home. Tastefully renovated with modern comforts, prewar details remain with a spacious entry foyer, high beamed ceilings, a sunken living room, hardwood floors, and original oversized casement windows with double exposures.
The windowed kitchen, ideally located next to the dining area, features honed calacatta marble countertops, a Viking range, GE refrigerator and dishwasher, and a Hansgrohe Philippe Starck sink faucet. Custom Italian-made white lacquered cabinetry completes this open kitchen. The bathroom has been customized with a Toto toilet, Kohler fixtures and pedestal vanity, and was recently renovated with honed marble floors and subway tiled walls. Three large closets and one walk-in closet have been fully built-out and customized.
Originally a luxury hotel designed by Helmle, Corbett and Harrison in 1931, 10 Park Avenue converted to a co-op in 1974. A full restoration of the lobby, common areas, and elevators was recently completed. Residents are provided with a full staff, 24-hour doorman, a live-in super, and a beautifully planted common roof deck with incredible views of the Empire State and Chrysler buildings. At the crossroads of Park Avenue South, Nomad, and Herald Square, 10 Park sits in NYC's vibrant commerce and cultural center. This co-op is pied-a-terre and pet friendly.