This magnificent, pre-war, renovated Park Avenue residence boasts unparalleled large dimensions and glorious high ceilings. The rare corner living room measures in at close to 28 feet long and nearly 18 feet wide and offers views up and down Park Avenue and 58th Street from walls of over-sized windows. Stunning hardwood floors, a formal dining area, custom moldings and brilliant light make this room perfect for both large events and intimate gatherings. The primary bedroom is beautifully fitted with custom built-ins, and its wall of windows faces Park Avenue. The second bedroom faces north towards 58th Street and has ample storage. The renovated kitchen has stainless steel appliances, a subzero, a built-in wine refrigerator and beautiful granite countertops. Additional features include updated HVAC systems throughout, updated windows, 2 renovated bathrooms, and an additional basement storage unit.
475 Park Avenue is a 15-story, white-glove cooperative building, originally built as a series of duplex apartments in 1908. In 1959 it was re-invented as 92 simplex cooperative units, its distinctive white-brick facade not original to the building. The even-floored units, including residence 10C, feature higher ceilings as a vestige of the original construction. 24-hour attended lobby and staffed elevator. Pied-a-terres allowed with board approval. The building allows 50% financing. Additional private storage transfers with apartment. 2% flip tax paid by the buyer. Yearly assessment of $5,149.03 waived for primary residence ownership.