715 Park Avenue condominium is home to 77 units. The rooms are available in four different styles ranging from single-bedroom choices to large four-bedroom suites. Occupying a very prime Upper East Side location, this 18-story apartment building was one of the first new apartment buildings erected on Park Avenue after World War II. The building, designed by Emery Roth & Sons, opened in 1948 and was converted to a condominium in 1984.
This building is located due east of Central Park and right across the street from the Asia Society building. It is also located only a few steps from the 68th Street – Hunter College subway stop. The Union Club and a local police are also located not too far off from 715 Park Avenue. The convenience of this location makes it enjoyable for all guests.
The southwest end of the building has a number of private balconies, thus providing guests with beautiful views of Manhattan. A few terraces are also included on the northwest end.
Kitchens are stocked with appliances from Bosch, Sub-Zero and Gaggeneau as well as granite countertops and wooden cabinets. In addition, the bathrooms have their own separate tubs and glass showers. Each room has a walk-in closet as well.
Several additional features are also available for residents. These include a laundry room, a storage room and a private bike storage space for local commuters. A full concierge service is also included.