Building & Unit Features
Courtesy Of Warburg Realty Partnership, Ltd.
Eat In Kitchen
This grand and beautifully laid out apartment occupies the entire 11th floor of 778 Park Avenue. The home was renovated by renowned interior architect Peter Marino, and features impressively proportioned rooms, 12-foot ceilings, hardwood floors, elegant moldings, floor-to-ceiling windows, 3 fireplaces, and four exposures. Sunlight pours in from a total of 39 windows overlooking Park Avenue, the City skyline, and Central Park.
Enter the home from your own private vestibule, through an ornate double front door that leads to a gracious 37' x 11' gallery. A lovely and sun-filled living room features a fireplace, French doors, and is perfectly situated between the formal dining room and library. The formal 25 'x 18' corner dining room features a fireplace and ample space to entertain and host large gatherings. A magnificent wood-paneled library features two built-ins and a fireplace.
The south wing features a corner master suite with two bathrooms, abundant closets, separate study, and an enormous dressing room. The west wing can potentially have 4 additional bedrooms. The north wing features a huge St. Charles eat-in kitchen, as well as staff rooms and a laundry room.
778 Park Avenue was designed by celebrated architect Rosario Candela for developer Charles Newmark. It was completed in 1931 and considered to be one of Candela's finest and most sought-after buildings. It is a full service, white glove cooperative with only 18 apartments. A prime location at 73rd Street is convenient to Central Park, shopping, restaurants, galleries and schools.
This is a great opportunity to own one of New York's best apartments.