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Building: 10 Park Avenue

10 Park Avenue, New York, NY, 10016

268 units26 storiesBuilt in 1932

Building Description

10 Park Avenue situated in prime Murray Hill is a prewar building that resonates like a Vermeer painting. The lobby is rather grand and the mail desk/concierge translates to an old world feel. The building was designed by Helmle, Corbett and Harrison, one of the finest architectural firms in the 1940s. It was originally a hotel. Some of the best views may be found in the fine building.

Description provided by Elaine Clayman


Building Amenities

  • Bike Room
  • Concierge
  • Doorman
  • Elevator
  • Laundry in Building
  • Live-in Super
  • Package Room
  • Pets Allowed
  • Pied-à-terre allowed
  • Storage Available
Outdoor Space
  • Roof Deck

Building Facts

Facts 268 units26 storiesBuilt in 1932
Building Class D4
District Community District 106City Council District 2Police Precinct 17
Floorplans 94 floorplans available
Documents and Permits 287 documents and permits
Discussions 2 discussions
 
Sales Listings 4 active sales ($723,750 avg price)
1 in contract sale ($500,000 avg price)
192 previous sales ($952 per ft² avg, $734,419 avg price)
Rentals Listings 2 active rentals ($3,550 avg price)
88 previous rentals ($53 per ft² avg, $2,866 avg price)
 
Owned by: CAGLE, JESS

Units

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Sales (4)

#11L - 10 Park Avenue $1,100,000  
3 rooms, 1 bed1 bath
#14L - 10 Park Avenue $795,000  
3 rooms, 1 bed1 bath
#12S - 10 Park Avenue $500,000  
2 rooms, studio1 bath
#5B - 10 Park Avenue $500,000  In Contract
2 rooms, studio1 bath

Rentals (2)

#11L - 10 Park Avenue $3,900 
3 rooms, 1 bed1 bath
#20G - 10 Park Avenue $3,200  
2.5 rooms, studio1 bath

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