260 Park Avenue South

260 Park Avenue
New York, New York 10010
Condominium: Yes

Properties in the Neighborhood

260 Park Avenue South was built back in the day

This Corner Cast Iron building, which is just steps from Union Square and Gramercy Park, was built in 1930 and converted to condominiums in 2004. It has 11 stories, 110 units and 3 elevators. There is a 24 Hour doorman, a concierge, a private roof deck and a full resident only health club. There is cable in the building, laundry on each floor, a bike room, a package room, and video security.

Lovely corner prewar building with a great location

The apartments in this lovely building have soaring high beamed ceilings, hardwood floors, gourmet renovated kitchens and luxury baths.  The corner units have plenty of light and excellent city views as well. There is East and North Exposures and the location is very convienient. The building itself is located between 21st and 22nd street. This gives you close proximity to Union Square, all East Side transportation, and a couple of stops to Grand Central Station on the Subway.

Great restaurants and Shopping are close by

260 Park Avenue South is ideally located close to some great restaurants like The Union Square Cafe, the Coffee Shop ( where all the beautiful people hang out),  and also is close to some very good shopping.  Also, right across town is Chelsea Piers for a multitude of activities to keep you fit.

260 Park Avenues many classic features

  • concierge
  • 24 hour doorman
  • multiple roofdecks for residents
  • a package room
  • 2 elevators
  • 110 units
  • 11 stories
  • built in 1930
  • North Exposures
  • East Exposures
  • cable
  • laundry
  • bike room
  • package room

For a Private tour of this building contact the Luxury Condominium Experts-The Eric Janssen Team

 

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