Built in 1925, and know today as 610 Park Avenue, this condominium conversion features a number of beautiful apartments that were originally used as rooms for a luxury hotel known as the Mayfair House. This building still exudes the old world charm with which it was built. The property was renovated with the materials from the Villard Houses apartment house coming into the property in 1997. The owners have spent close to $55 million to convert the Mayfair from 210 hotel rooms into 610 Park Avenue having 70 amazing condominiums.
The rooms are made to fill the needs of people who want to experience luxury hotel features in a high-end living environment. Residents enjoy apartments that feature hardwood floors, walk-in closets, high ceilings and individual fireplaces. The kitchens are designed with all the necessary equipment that anyone could use. The kitchens include granite countertops, wooden cabinets and a wine cooler. The stainless steel appliances in each kitchen are provided by Sub-Zero.
Bathrooms feature glass showers with limestone and marble textures and double vanities. A powder room is included in each apartment as well. Soaking tubs are also available for use when relaxing after a long day.
The Mayfair 610 provides residents with a private valet service, maid service and laundry room. A fitness center is also included on site. Daniel, one of the best restaurants in the world, can also be found on the bottom floor.