Designed in 1955 by the mind that created the Carlyle Hotel, 35 Park Avenue is a tasteful colossus. Marrying an enormous marble lobby with a discreet white brick exterior, it calls for a tactful kind of luxury. From here, you can breathe in all New York has to offer- quietly.
A champion of Art Deco and white brick facades, Sylvan began his career in California and moved to New York City in the years following the first World War. He established his own practice in the 1920s and collaborated with his son Robert on some of Manhattan’s recognizable residential buildings.