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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This postwar building was built in 1973 as a rental building and incorporated into condominium in 1979. There are 132 units and 28 stories to this white stone and glass building on the Upper East Side. 900 Park has a garage, storage, a 24 hour doorman and concierge, a super, and yes, an elevator man too! There are no expenses spared to give you the ultimate in services possible.
Being on 79th street at Park Avenue has a multitude of advantages. First, you are only a couple blocks to Central Park and the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Then, if you consider that Madison Avenue and 5th Avenue are only blocks away, you realize that all of your upper end shopping is taken care of.
The transportation from 900 Park Avenue is superb. There is the crosstown bus on 79th street, the subway on 78th and Lexington, and there is of course always a New York City taxi cab at your disposal.
Being so lose proximity close to Central Park also has its advantages as well. The Central Park Zoo is always an attraction, but you can also go on the Merry Go Round, or play volley ball near Sheep's Meadow. Perhaps you want to have a picnic, or paint an oil painting of the Boat House. During the winter, the Trump Wollman Rink is always a great place to go skating too.