260 Park Avenue South condominium is a prized and sought after condominium building for both its location on the south west corner of Park Avenue South and 21st street, as well as for its 1917-1930 pre-war elegance. Today 260 Park Avenue South condominium consists of two Pre-war buildings combined together as one, the first building being the 8 story building built in 1917 and the second building built in 1930 as a 12 story building.
Converted in 2004, 260 Park Avenue South condominium is a combination of these two buildings into a12 floors and 86 condominium apartments we see today.
The Architect and interior designer behind the vision are the prominently known Karl Fischer Architects and interiors by Shamir Shah Design.
The apartments at 260 Park Avenue South condominium are full of Pre-war detail throughout. All have high beamed ceilings, large oversized double-paned windows bringing in superb light, walnut stained oak floors throughout, central air/heat and washer and dryers.
Large open island chef’s kitchens are exquisitely designed with an eye to refinement as well as being fully functional and start with exquisite Calcutta marble countertops, top-of-the-line stainless steel appliances including Sub-Zero refrigerator and wine storage, Viking stove and oven, Bosch dishwasher and some apartments have a windowed kitchen.
The spa like bathrooms will relax and inspire you and feature Silver Travertine marble, double vanities, deep soaking tubs with separate stall shower with Rain shower heads, with his and hers sinks.
Features at 260 Park Avenue South condominium include views of a tranquil and serene rock garden as you enter the building on 21st street, a few steps down from Park Avenue South. Further amenities include full time concierge and doorman, a state-of-the-art fitness center, three roof decks, and bike storage.
260 Park Avenue South condominium’s location is highly sought after and gives you great and easy access to all of Flatiron and all of Downtown Manhattan’s nightspots, galleries, museums, and venues that it is famously known for. You are literally walking distance to many spectacular restaurants, nightlife and best shopping, the famous Eataly, Madison Square Park, and close to the Old Homestead Steak House, Farmers Market, Union Square, Greenwich Village, and public transportation.
Written by John Diamantopoulos