500 Park Avenue, located at 59th Street, has long been regarded as one of the city?s finest residences thanks to brilliant design, amenities and location. This apartment is located on the 35th Floor and offers magnificent views in all four directions, including a spectacular vista of Central Park. With only one other apartment sharing the elevator vestibule, it has a truly grand entrance gallery and an expansive living room over 30 feet in width, plus a wall of glass overlooking the city. Add to that a well-proportioned eat-in kitchen, library with a wood burning fireplace, a rare feature in a modern condominium, master bedroom with large dressing room and bath, guest bedroom with bath, plus enormous walk-in closets and a powder room. The building has a discreet entry off Park Avenue, full time doormen, concierge, hall porters and a resident manager, plus a roof top terrace. Like a fine wine, 500 Park Avenue only gets better and remains one of Manhattan?s most exclusive residences.Located on the 35th floor, of a white-glove condominium, this outstanding residence offers a gracious layout and spectacular cityscape and Park views. Spanning 2,660 square feet, the apartment is in move-in condition and shares an elevator landing with just one other apartment, allowing for optimum privacy. A grand 28-foot gallery leads to a set of double-doors which open onto a dramatic 33-foot entertaining expanse with pristine herringbone flooring. Resplendent with light from three exposures, this grand entertaining space showcases sweeping cityscape and Park views through walls of windows. A powder room and three closets may also be found off the gallery. The South-facing eat-in-kitchen has custom-cabinetry and has been outfitted with appliances from Sub-Zero, Bosch, and Wolf, and has a sunny breakfast room. Occupying the SouthWest corner of the apartment, the master suite enjoys enchanting Park and city views, and has a generous dressing room and a luxuriously-appointed marble bath with a large soaking tub and separate shower. There is a second bedroom with an en-suite bath and ample closets. A third bedroom/library of equally grand scale may be found along the Western wing.
Designed by James Steward Polshek in 1984, 500 Park Avenue has been recognized with a national award in architecture from the American Institute of Architects. One of Manhattan's premier luxury condominiums, the building offers a host of amenities, including full-time doormen, security, concierge service, storage facilities as well as a rooftop garden terrace..