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730 Park Avenue
Upper East Side, Manhattan, NY 10021

Pre-war Co-op

40 units
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  • 40 residences
  • 19 stories
  • BUILT 1928

The Details About 730 Park Avenue

730 Park is an elegant white-glove 20-story building erected in 1929, and designed by architect Lafayette A. Goldstone in a neo-Renaissance and neo-Jacobean style. In 1945, the building was converted to a cooperative in with 40 apartments. The red-brick building’s entrance is on the quiet and lovely side street has an attractive and unusual façade ornamentation including a large ram’s hea...

key features
  • Doorman
  • Central air
  • Exercise room

730 Park Avenue Units

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Get to know the Upper East Side

An address on the Upper East Side has been a desirable asset for centuries. Names like Vanderbilt, Carnegie, Schermerhorn, and Lenox — ones familiar to anyone traveling around the city today — all secured their spot at one time or another. What was once vast farmland became subdivided by NYC’s street grid in the 19th century. Subsequently, construction began on the first wave of iconic apartments and townhouses, many of which continue to captivate us today. Removal of elevated train lines in the 1950s opened up even more rarefied air for New Yorkers to occupy, but worry not: extensive subway service continues to run beneath these glorious streets. Elegant prewar buildings. Stunning Central Park vistas. Iconic cultural institutions. Endless shopping options. The setting of countless books, films, and television shows. For those living there, however, it’s all those things and more: it’s home.

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