Building: 975 Park Avenue
A beautiful cooperative located on the famed Park Avenue. Located in the mid 80’s the building is steps from great neighborhood restaurants and boutiques. The building is also located a short walk from the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Built in 1929 the cooperative was incorporated in 1964. The apartments are large (2 bedrooms being the smallest) and they feature sought after Pre-war details such as beamed ceilings and beautiful hardwood floors. Many of the apartments feature working fire places. These apartments epitomize what prewar buyers look for in an apartment.
The building has 63 apartments located on 16 floors. The building has a full time doorman in addition to an elevator operator. The building also has modern gym and bicycle room. Each apartment also has its own private storage. This cooperative only allows 50% financing from buyers.
Building Description Provided by Eric Rosen
- Bike Room
|Facts||63 units15 storiesBuilt in 1929|
|Building Class||D4 Elevator Apartments, Cooperative (D4)|
|District||Community District 108City Council District 4Police Precinct 19|
|Floorplans||13 floorplans available|
|Documents and Permits||86 documents and permits|
|Sales Listings||2 active sales ($2,662 per ft² avg, $5,125,000 avg price)|
|28 previous sales ($1,345 per ft² avg, $5,117,732 avg price)|
|1 previous rental ($78 per ft² avg, $13,000 avg price)|
|Owned by:||975 PARK AVENUE CORP|