502 Park Avenue
502 Park Avenue
|Building Type:||Prewar Condo|
|502 Park Avenue|
ICONIC PREWAR 2 BEDROOM PARK AVENUE CONDO
Immaculate and exquisitely renovated oversized two bedroom two bath in one of the most coveted addresses on Park Avenue, centrally located at the cusp of midtown and the upper east side.
502 Park Avenue, the 2004 Costas Kondylis-designed condominium conversion of the famed 1920s Hotel Delmonico, luxuriously marries the timeless elegance of prewar Manhattan with the conveniences of today's living. This white glove building is one of the few Park Avenue prewar condominiums.
Four oversized windows, two chandeliers and herringbone floors define a gracious 22 foot open living and dining room. The chef's kitchen features wood cabinetry, statuary marble countertops and a suite of stainless steel appliances, including an ice maker and a dish washer.
Split bedrooms, each master-sized and with ensuite marble bath, provide maximum privacy and quiet. One of just a few apartments in the building with a washer/dryer (front load Miele), the residence also has newly installed central air/heating units and custom outfitted closets. Solid oak flooring, beamed ceilings and handcrafted moldings throughout. Additional niceties include: four closets including a huge bedroom walk-in; deep soaking tubs; and Italian brass door hardware and nickel fittings. This apartment is wired for FIOS cable and internet.
Perfect as an investment vehicle, 9J leased in 2014 and 2015 for $15,000 and $14,000 per month, respectively, and was subsequently redecorated in 2016. For no additional cost, this interior-designed apartment is offered with all of its high-end furnishings, as shown, including three HDTVs, and new tableware, linens and towels.
502 Park Avenue residents enjoy hotel-like amenities including doorman and concierge; state of the art fitness center; and valet maid, wash/fold laundry and dry cleaning services. A central laundry room is also available. There are several garages in close proximity that offer valet service to the building. Trump's crown jewel, located on the southwest corner of 59th Street, is just steps from the city's gold coast of shopping, including Bergdorf Goodman and Barneys, dining institutions such as Daniel and Mr. Chow, venerable museums and theatres, Central Park and mass transit. Pet-friendly.