10 Park Avenue

Between East 34th Street & East 35th Street

55

10 Park Avenue has received a CityRealty Rating of 55, based on:

Rating Summary

21
Out of 44
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23
Out of 36
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11
Out of 39
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55
Out of 119
 
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10 Park Avenue

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    • 34th Street (at Broadway and 35th) (0.38 miles)
     
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    • 34th Street (at Broadway and 35th) (0.38 miles)
     
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    • 34th Street (at Broadway and 35th) (0.38 miles)
     
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    • 34th Street (at Broadway and 35th) (0.38 miles)
     
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    • 34th Street (at Broadway and 35th) (0.38 miles)
     
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    • 34th Street (at Broadway and 35th) (0.38 miles)
     
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    • Grand Central - 42nd Street (at Lexington Ave and 43rd) (0.40 miles)
     
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    • Grand Central - 42nd Street (at Lexington Ave and 43rd) (0.40 miles)
     
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    • 33rd Street (at Park Ave) (0.08 miles)
     
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    • Grand Central - 42nd Street (at Lexington Ave and 43rd) (0.40 miles)
     
    • Grand Central - 42nd Street (at Lexington Ave and 43rd) (0.40 miles)
     
   

Info & Ratings - Overview

Building Summary

$1,095
 
5.3
6 Mo Change
Avg. Price / Ft2 (6 sales in past 12 months)
 
$1,119 Avg. Price / Ft2 (Currently Available Apts)
 
  • One Bedrooms from $895,000 to $1,050,000
    (2 available apts - updated July 24, 2014)
  • 1931Year Built
  • 271Apartments
  • 28Floors

Overview

Erected in 1930, this 28-story building was formerly a hotel and was owned by the Community Church of New York City, which was located nearby, from 1943 to 1973. It was designed by Helmle, Corbett and Harrison, an architectural firm whose principals included Harvey Wiley Corbett, who was influential in Modernist skyscraper designs, and Wallace Harrison, who went on to many major commissions from the Rockefeller family. The building has 277 units, mostly small apartments, which were converted to cooperatives in 1974. The rather stately building, which has a limestone base beneath its beige masonry façades, has several setbacks and terraces. At the south end of Murray Hill, this has fabulous views from its upper floors in all directions as it is substantially taller than the other residential buildings on Park Avenue south of Grand Central Terminal. Just two blocks from the Empire State Building and three blocks from the wonderful Morgan Library, this building is very centrally located with excellent bus and subway service.

Features & Amenities

  • FT Doorman
  • Pre War
  • Roof Deck
  • Washer/Dryer in building
  • Elevator

Pros

  • Superb views from upper floors
  • Very central location on elegant avenue
  • Some terraces
  • Doorman
  • Concierge
  • Convenient to buses and subway
  • Spectacular Sundeck on the north side of the building

Cons

  • No garage
  • No health club
  • Considerable traffic

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