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This prewar cooperative was built in 1923 and converted to coop in 1967. The building has a full time doorman, and elevator attendant. It has 2 elevators, 14 floors and 60 coop apartments. There is a roof deck, common storage, exercise room, private storage and a laundry room. The building has East, South, North and West exposures. Some of the apartments have wood burning fireplaces, high beamed ceilings, wood floors,gourmet kitchens, luxury baths and plenty of closets.
The Upper East Side is full of plenty of shopping, movie theaters, restaurants and the 1050 Park Avenue building is close to all transportation and Central Park. Museum Mile and Central Park line Fifth Avenue from 60th to 110th Street in Manhattan. Famous museums like The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Frick Collection, The Guggenheim Museum, and The Jewish museum are all available for your enjoyment.