This is perhaps the most romantic river penthouse on the Upper East Side, once owned and occupied by Irving Berlin. It's a sprawling three plus a library/four bedroom dup...
HIGH FLOOR TRIPLE MINT PREWAR 10 ROOMSemi-private elevator landing opens onto a beautifully renovated ten room Park Avenue jewel with sun-filled East, North, South & West...
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As probably the tallest residential building on Park Avenue, this 43 story building ironically only has about 38 apartments. Which means, that most of the apartments are full floor apartments. The building was completed in 2000 by the Zeckandorf Group with a partnership with the Whitehall Real Estate Fund.
The entry way is reminiscent of the new building, 15 Central Park West and also similar to other buildings that The Zeckandorf group has done. With a retro prewar flavor, the entry way reminds us of pre-war days gone by. There is a wedding cake like design with a couple of levels going up from the base of the building, and a number of layers on top that have terraces a
There is an elegant marble limestone and wood lobby
private dining salon for residents
catering kitchen where renowned restaurateur provides in-house food service from prep kitchen for residents
Fully equipped exercise room
Temperature controlled wine cellars
sophisticated security security systems
prewired for cable
telephone & internet acess
Designing 515 Park Avenue luxury condominium
The Building was designed by the legendary Frank Williams and Associates to resemble the prewar elegance that is Park Avenue and Fifth Avenue. With A limestone and cast-stone beige design, this building, while taller than most of the other true prewar Park Avenue buildings, still retains the flavor of them and fits in nicely on a classic New York Avenue.