929 Park Avenue, 4B - Apt. 4B Active


3.5 Rooms
1 Bedrooms
1 Baths

Type: Coop
Maintenance: $2,885
Down Payment: 50%

Old world elegance abounds in this grand and gracious one bedroom home situated on the Upper East Side’s ‘Gold Coast’ in a boutique white glove Park Avenue co-op. Overlooking the beloved thoroughfare and the beautiful Park Avenue malls, the apartment offers a front row seat to the splendor of the seasons. With east-facing tilt and turn bay windows lining the formal expanse, the apartment’s grand scale is complemented by lovely natural light and showcasing the magnificently maintained seasonal plantings. Once featured on the cover of New York Magazine and numerous design and architecture magazines, the stunning and timeless interiors were designed by acclaimed designer, Vicente Wolf who gained renown as a progenitor for New York Minimalism. Balanced with luxurious and warm Art Deco stylings, the enduring aesthetic has been perfectly preserved accentuating the layout beautifully. The elegant design with custom furnishings remains as fresh and modern as it did decades ago. The grand-scaled one bedroom with soaring 10-foot ceilings is wonderful for entertaining with a 25’ formal expanse that includes a separate step-up formal dining area and a bright windowed kitchen overlooking Park Avenue. The home features lovely prewar details including a wood-burning fireplace, beautiful hardwood floors and pristine trim and moldings throughout. The bedroom suite is simply sublime with two extra tall closets and en-suite bathroom that also serves as a guest bathroom with two entrances. A beautiful custom dressing room, lined with built-in floor-to-ceiling storage completes the space. Ideally located on the Upper East Side’s ‘Gold Coast’, 929 Park Avenue is a boutique prewar cooperative building with white-glove service. This 14-story building was designed in 1913 by George and Edward Blum, preeminent architects of their era and who designed several other Park Avenue buildings.

Property Features
  • 10' ceilings
  • East and West exposures
  • Wood-burning fireplace
  • Full city view
  • Prewar detail
  • Floors - hardwood
  • Light - excellent
  • Windows - oversized
  • Dishwasher
Building Features
  • Private storage