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778 Park Avenue Overview
One of the few pre-World War II residential towers to rise above the 15-story height of most of the avenue's apartment buildings, this 18-story apartment building at 778 Park Avenue on the northwest corner at 73rd Street was designed by Rosario Candela for developer Charles Newmark.
Candela is widely considered to have been the country's greatest designer of luxury apartment buildings and he collaborated with many of the city's most famous architectural firms.
His other famous buildings include 834 Fifth Avenue, 960 Fifth Avenue, 720 Park Avenue, 740 Park Avenue, 770 Park Avenue, 775 Park Avenue, and 19 East 72nd Street, all considered among the most glamorous addresses in the city.
The building was completed in 1931 and has 18 apartments. It was converted to a co-operative in 1946.
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Features & Amenities
- FT Doorman
- Pre War
- Grand apartments
- Prime location
- One apartment per floor
- Numerous terraces
- No health club
- No sundeck
- No garage
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Editorial coverage of 778 Park Avenue:
- Some top luxury co-op apartments reportedly have lowered prices (Dec 21, 2010)
- Price cut again on Astor duplex at 778 Park Avenue (Feb 06, 2009)