Perched atop a magnificent neo-Gothic building designed in 1916 by Emery Roth, this extraordinary penthouse is one of the rarest jewels adorning Park Avenue. Wrapped almost entirely by an expansive private terrace, this 2-bedroom, 2-bathroom aerie enjoys sweeping city views and abundant southern and eastern light. A commodious living room ensures effortless flow for entertaining and a barrel-vaulted solarium can accommodate a dinner party of baronial proportions. Ceiling heights ranging from eleven to sixteen feet and floor-to-ceiling windows enhance this home's sense of spaciousness, as well as the myriad possibilities to customize the space.
1000 Park Avenue is a full-service, white glove co-op with a full-time doorman and a new gym, conveniently located near Central Park and the Metropolitan Museum of Art.