There’s something reassuring about a solid five-bedroom apartment. Especially when it’s in warm ‘n grand prewar conversion 737 Park Avenue in the Upper East Side.
Available condominiums at the 20-story, 60-unit project by Macklowe Properties are priced from $9 million to $27 million. Moed de Armas & Shannon and Handel Architects redesigned the 1940 building with open-flow layouts, new casement windows, roomy eat-in kitchens with glass-faced millwork and an Art Deco lobby with restored original terrazzo floors (intrigued? Read our interview with the architects here).
Amenities include a 24-hour doorman and elevator operators, resident manager, multi-function entertaining room with catering kitchen and private garden, gym with skylight, children’s playroom, private storage and bicycle and stroller storage.
First, a five-bedroom that you can’t have: Unit 19A, a $26 million, 5,508-square-foot ode to elegance:
Next up, Unit 6C, a 4,459-square-foot apartment asking $16.1 million:
Unit 15E, measuring 4,382 square feet, has a price tag of $16.5 million:
Also currently available? Two-bedroom and three-bedroom units, which you can look at here. And there’s always the yet-to-be-released penthouse, if you really need to (gracefully) sprawl out.