Postwar Coop Built 1951 in
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750 Park Avenue and Compass present 7A, a spacious one-bedroom home with one and one-half baths, private balcony, brand new Miele washer/dryer, and ample room to create your home office. The apartment has been renovated throughout with impeccable taste. The entry foyer leads to the grand living room with new floor-to-ceiling, soundproof windows that open onto the private balcony. City views overlook Park Avenue and 72nd Street. You will be amazed at the complete chef's kitchen. Although there is laundry in the building, a brand new Miele washer/dryer unit has been installed in the apartment for your convenience. The master bedroom has its own complete bath ensuite.
Designed by Horace Ginsbern & Associates, 750 Park Avenue was built in 1951 as 19 stories with 56 units, and converted to a cooperative in 1981. The neighborhood is one of the most prestigious in Manhattan with boutiques along Madison Avenue, and museums and art galleries nearby. Full-time doorman. Pied-a-terre is allowed. Pets not permitted. 750 Park Avenue is a smoke-free building.