Located in the heart of Midtown Manhattan, 4 Park Avenue is a pre-war rental building that features three-hundred sixty-four studio and one-bedroom apartments, most of which have been recently upgraded and renovated. The property was designed by Warren & Westmore, who are also known for their work as co-architects of Grand Central Terminal. The residences at 4 Park Avenue offer pretty good value and interior finishes for those who are budget-conscious but still want to be in a prime midtown location. The vast majority of apartments have been renovated and feature upgraded finishes that include oak flooring, gourmet kitchens with custom cabinetry and stainless steel appliances, and contemporarily styled bathrooms. One thing to keep in mind, however, is that many units are on the smaller side, as the property was initially built as the Vanderbilt Hotel. Hence, it’s not uncommon to find sub 500 square foot studio and one-bedroom apartments here. Residents of 4 Park Avenue will enjoy the white-glove service provided by the 24-7 doorman. The building is also pet-friendly, so your four-legged friends will feel right at home. Additionally, the property has a laundry room and an attended, on-site parking garage. The best thing about living at 4 Park Avenue is the location, which offers unparalleled access to the best Midtown has to offer. You’re within walking distance of world-class shopping, dining, and nightlife, as well as Bryant Park and Madison Square Park. Getting around the city is also a breeze as the 6 train stops feet from your front door while the B, D, F, M, N, Q, R, and W subways are all within walking distance, as is Grand Central Terminal and the Path at Herald Square.Read more
Four Park Avenue
Built in 1913
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