Bright and airy, with tall beamed ceilings and open views facing east and south, this large 1-bedroom apartment is an uncommon find in Murray Hill. The handsome foyer ushers you into a spacious living area, complemented by a decorative fireplace and crown molding. The bedroom features a walk-in closet and rooftop views of local cultural centers such as the Church ...
of Our Saviour and Scandinavia House, lending a charming neighborhood atmosphere to the whole apartment.
67 Park Avenue is a boutique, prewar cooperative from the minds of Manhattan architectural icons Simon I. Schwartz and Arthur Gross, who designed 25 buildings on West End Avenue alone. Residents are served by a 24-hour doorman and elevator operator, central laundry, and storage is available for rent. Pets are allowed. Grand Central Station, Bryant Park, the Morgan Library, and countless shops and restaurants are all available within short walking distance. Read More
Constructed in 1922 and designed by Schwartz & Gross, one of the more prolific architectural firms during the prewar period, 67 Park is a handsome building located near Grand Central Station and the Morgan Library. Many of its units feature fireplaces and high-beamed ceilings.