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1010 Park: An Elegant Full-Floor Offering on the Upper East Side

Apr 1, 2021 | By: LX Collection

With the cachet of a Park Avenue address and a suite of amenities unrivaled by many of its neighbors, 1010 Park Avenue’s Residence 12 is a rare offering, the highest remaining full-floor, 3,882-square-foot home in the building. This four-bedroom, four-and-a-half bathroom spread features refined interiors by David Collins Studio that are on display from the moment the elevator doors open onto its private landing. The living room and adjoining dining room overlook the leafy treetops of Park Avenue, while the custom kitchen by Smallbone of Devizes is complemented by Miele appliances and Dornbracht fixtures.

The residence’s corner primary bedroom offers abundant storage throughout its five closets, including an oversized walk-in. A Statuary marble-clad five-piece en suite features a custom antiqued mirror vanity and polished nickel fixtures. The three additional graciously sized bedrooms each come with their own en suite bathrooms. A laundry closet with a vented washer and dryer and a powder room off the gallery round out this exceptional residence.

This exclusive 11-residence condominium, designed by Beyer Blinder Belle and developed by Extell, whose other projects include Central Park Tower and One Manhattan Square, is one of the few new construction projects situated along this prized Manhattan corridor.

The Neighborhood: 

The legendary Upper East Side is what many envision when they think of New York. The neighborhood where Astors, Rockefellers, and Roosevelts made their home, this old-money enclave is still the stomping grounds of the city’s wealthiest residents. And why not? It’s a veritable cultural feast, from the Guggenheim, Frick, and Metropolitan art museums to world-class restaurants and bistros like Daniel, JoJo, and Cafe Sabarsky, the latter of which is nestled in a landmarked mansion once occupied by Mrs. Cornelius Vanderbilt III. We’d also be remiss not to mention the neighborhood’s 37 blocks of frontage along Central Park—and, on its opposite side, the East River—as well as its assortment of fine private schools with alumni such as Dr. Anthony Fauci (Regis High School), actress Tracee Ellis Ross (Dalton School), and fashion designer Vera Wang (Chapin School).

Amenities:

1010 Park Avenue offers an assortment of amenities that many of its neighbors do not, owing to its status as a new building nestled in a historic district. Those rare amenities include a children’s playroom, a screening room, and a game room with a billiards table and fireplace. The building’s dual-concourse amenity floors feature a 50-foot private pool, fitness center, and steam room. A 24-hour doorman and concierge service are also on offer.