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1050 Park Avenue
Carnegie Hill, Manhattan, NY 10128

Pre-war Co-op

60 units
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  • 60 residences
  • 14 stories
  • BUILT 1923

The Details About 1050 Park Avenue

1050 Park features JER Carpenter's "central foyer" layout, which is a key element of this 1923 building. Used by Candella and many architects since, these layouts provide privacy for the bedroom wing and ease of access to the entertaining spaces of living room and dining room. "Generous" describes the scale of the interior spaces: ceiling height, room sizes, window sizes and closets. The bui...

key features
  • Doorman
  • Concierge
  • Central laundry room

1050 Park Avenue Units

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Get to know Carnegie Hill

Unlike the iconic musical institution with a similar name, you only need to take the 4, 5, or 6 Train to 86th Street in order to get to Carnegie Hill. Perhaps not as well-known in name, Carnegie Hill is certainly familiar to all as a wondrous piece of the Upper East Side that stretches from 86th to 96th and Third Avenue to the edge of Central Park. With limitless access to the park’s emerald greens, plus a portion of the famed Museum Mile and waterside views over the Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Reservoir to its name, Carnegie Hill embodies and concentrates the essence of what elevates the UES to the status it maintains. Stunning homes within this rarified rectangular region are also likely to turn heads: refined townhouses, luxurious condominiums, and even the occasional mansion.

Carnegie Hill Neighborhood Guide