Renderings via 737parkavenuenyc.com
The full-floor penthouse at 737 Park Avenue has made its grand entrance on the market, with an asking price of $39.5 million.
The four-bedroom, six-bathroom residence at the Upper East Side conversion measures approximately 6,000 square feet, according to the Corcoran listing. The main level has a salon, family room, staff room, skylight, his-and-her baths with corresponding walk-in-closets in the master suite, a wood-burning fireplace and a 2,271-square-foot wraparound terrace that provides panoramic views of Manhattan from every room. Residents access the penthouse from two attended elevators with private landings, and the spiral staircase ascends to the 3,757-square-foot private roof deck, fitted with new Hanover pavers, custom planters and utility connections for an outdoor kitchen.
For the 20-story project, developer Macklowe Properties commissioned Moed de Armas & Shannon and Handel Architects to redesign the 1940 building. The revamped development features open-flow layouts, new casement windows, eat-in kitchens with glass-faced millwork and Art Deco lobby with lovingly restored terrazzo floors.
Amenities include a 24-hour doorman and elevator operators, resident manager, entertaining room with catering kitchen and private garden, gym with skylight, children’s playroom, private storage and bicycle storage.