Building: 830 Park Avenue
830 Park Avenue is a prewar, doorman, 12 story building that has a garden. The building was converted in 1953. This building is quite handsome due to detailing detailing and the deeply recessed entrance that adds considerable grandeur. The convenient location close to Central Park, Museum Mile, fashionable boutiques and restaurants, the 77th Street subway make 830 one of the best houses in NYC.
It has 78 apartments and was designed by in neo-Georgian style by George and Edward Blum.
A local subway station is at 77th Street and Lexington Avenue and cross-town buses run on 79th Street.
Management is Gumley Haft; 60 units including 4 professional. 25% financing permitted.
Description provided by Elaine Clayman
|Facts||37 units13 storiesBuilt in 1913|
|Building Class||D4 Elevator Apartments, Cooperative (D4)|
|District||Community District 108City Council District 4Police Precinct 19|
|Floorplans||15 floorplans available|
|Documents and Permits||19 documents and permits|
|Sales Listings||2 active sales ($1,363 per ft² avg, $3,000,000 avg price)|
|34 previous sales ($2,147 per ft² avg, $7,259,794 avg price)|
|Owned by:||PARK 76TH STREET INC|