Category: Park Avenue

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840 Park Avenue

Completed in 1912 by the architectural team of George and Edward Blum, the building is relatively short in stature, reaching only 12 stories with 18 units. Designed in the neo Italian renaissance style, most of the building is clad in…

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800 Park Avenue

800 Park is an odd paradox, it is a gorgeous building with some amazingly unique brickwork, yet there is little written about it on other websites or in any of the usual architectural archives (Columbia). It was built in 1924…

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778 Park Avenue

778 Park Avenue is the twin sitting side by side across 73rd street from 770 Park, both on the west side of the street, mimicking each other and their design, both buildings were designed by Rosario Candela. 778 was completed…

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640 Park Avenue

640 Park Avenue is an Neo Italian Renaissance style co-op in the Lenox Hill neighborhood of Manhattan’s Upper East Side. Truly a spectacular building and a prime example of the style of times. Built in 1914 and designed by JER…

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680 Park Avenue

680 Park Avenue is the current and long standing home of the America’s Society / Council of The America’s: Its mission is to foster an understanding of the contemporary political, social, and economic issues confronting Latin America, the Caribbean, and…

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660 Park Avenue

Built in 1927 by York & Sawyer for the developers the Starrett Brothers 660 Park Avenue is a beautifully executed 12 story building designed in the Neo Italian Renaissance style fully clad in limestone. The façade, compared to many of…