1075 Central Park Avenue

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1075 Central Park Avenue is situated in Manhattan’s Upper East Side area and features exquisite apartments available for rent. With full service and white glove amenities in an unrivaled setting, 1075 Central Park Ave offers residents luxury living.

In the 1987 novel, The Bonfire of the Vanities, WASP bond trader Sherman McCoy lives on Park Avenue as a symbol of his financial success, and it is also commonly referred to as “the avenue” in songs such as Puttin’ on the Ritz or Mad Men.

Location

Ideal for Carnegie Hill living, this Classic Six is the perfect pied-a-terre. It boasts exceptional light and space, with stunning prewar details abound. Hardwood strip oak floors, generously proportioned rooms, renovated marble bathrooms, and a 24-hour attended lobby make this unique apartment truly special. Modern elevators complete its understated luxury.

The property is within walking distance of Central Park and public transportation – including an express subway stop on 86th Street – as well as just two blocks from both Guggenheim and Metropolitan Museums of Art.

Driving to 1075 Central Park Ave? If you are coming by car, take Bronx River Pkwy North, which becomes Sprain Pkwy North, until the Jackson Avenue exit, and turn left onto Jackson Avenue. After crossing Ardsley Road, look on your left for Bellini’s and Patriot National Bank and head towards them from there.

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Amenities

1075 Central Park Avenue is an exceptional full-service white glove building on Park Avenue between 87th and 88th streets with a 24-hour attended lobby and elevator. Prewar architectural details abound here, including rigid strip oak flooring, 9-foot ceilings, and prewar details in millwork and frames – a fantastic opportunity for buyers seeking an excellently proportioned and exquisitely executed classic six that meets Park Avenue standards of understated luxury.

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Parking

Central Park is an iconic stop when visiting New York City and an absolute must-see attraction for both visitors and natives alike. Boasting a picturesque lake, nature sanctuaries, zoo, skating rink, and skating path – Central Park attracts millions of people annually! Parking may prove challenging during peak times, so to ensure you arrive quickly, use SpotHero to find nearby parking.

Central Park offers numerous street and metered parking options with rates that vary based on their location. Meters typically accept coins, but some also accept credit cards or allow pre-payment via the NYC Parking Card. Parking garages can also be found nearby on most streets surrounding it.

Schools near 1075 Central Park Avenue include Ps 6 Lillie D Blake and Jhs 167 Robert F Wagner – use our interactive map to gain more information on each zone’s school attendance zones.

Storage

Yonkers Industrial Development Agency (YIDA) recently approved financial incentives for a new CubeSmart self-storage facility and retail space to be constructed within Yonkers city limits, located on an existing factory of Health Products Corporation, which has operated there for 48 years and employed eight people – KCT Inc will develop this facility and will open for business at 1060 Nepperhan Avenue; KCT was selected as its developer. The board voted unanimously in support of an exemption for sales tax A, mortgage recording tax exemption, and 30-year PILOT for this $15.8 million project from KCT Inc’s KCT Inc. team.

City officials are currently reviewing the project application and considering zoning amendments that would permit self-storage development along retail corridors. Excavation work has already started at the site, according to sources familiar with it, while excavation plans should be submitted for approval to the planning board by July.