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Photos: 737parkavenuenyc.com

Sometimes, it takes several shots to convey the vastness of a space.

At 737 Park Avenue by Macklowe Properties, the flowing layouts offer a wealth of entertaining and interior design possibilities. The prewar building, which dates back to 1940, was designed by Art Deco architect Sylvan Bien for Sam Minskoff and Sons. The distinguished red brick structure was transformed by Handel Architects and Moed de Armas & Shannon into well-proportioned, thoroughly modern apartments.

The residences have expansive living rooms, solid white oak floors, new casement windows and marble-wrapped kitchens by Varenna, complete with Miele stainless steel appliances. The master bathrooms feature marble walls, countertops and heated floors.

Available apartments are priced from $4.95 million to $27 million.

Now, let’s do a double-take of the lush model unit living room:

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Need more visuals? The living room in this 4,382-square-foot five-bedroom measures 51’9″ by 28’5″.

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