720 Park Avenue is located in one of Manhattan’s most prestigious prewar buildings in New York, NY. Built by Rosario Candela in 1929, this 14-room apartment boasts 5 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms, 3 fireplaces, 30-foot living room, dining room, gourmet ktichen, herringbone flooring, original plaster moldings throughout, library, laundry room and 2 staff rooms. It is listed at $30,000,000.

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  • Daniel

    Isn’t 740 Park the famous one? Either way, this one I’m not too fond of. Much rather have a townhouse and not have to worry about the maintenance and board.




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  • Grrrowler

    It’s an amazing building, but I’m not overly fond of this apartment. I would much rather have an apartment overlooking Central Park. Yeah, it’s only two blocks off the park, but it’s not going to have a view of much of anything. Plus, a terrace of some sort would be nice. I think the apartment needs a lot of updating, although I would leave the gallery (with those closets removed) and the public rooms. The master suite needs to be enlarged and moved away from Park. I do like that the building has a staff elevator, so the owners don’t have to ride up and down with the worker bees. This could be a beautiful apartment, but it needs a skilled decorator and a couple of buckets of money.




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  • rob

    Aren’t there a fair number of large brownstones available near this price point? I think I would rather have a brownstone than this apartmant.




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  • Doug

    Great place in avery prestigious building. Should sell close to asking price as I believe there have been several other sales in the building in this price range. It does need alot of updating, but move the master bedroom off park???? This makes zero sense and is not likely to be done, what is more likely is an adjacent bedroom being used to expand the master bedroom. But it would make no no no sense to move the master from it’s prime corner location. The only reason to move a bedroom off of park would be the noise factor, and believe me, anyone with 30 mil to spend on this place would sooner just sound proof the walls. But the gallery should most def be restored and have those closets removed if they’re still there.




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  • Venom

    Nothing like spending $30 million on a home and having the help still be on the same floor and hearing everything when you and your wife are yelling at each other.
    Ridiculous.




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  • Doug

    Help is not on the same floor. Look again at the plans and notice there’s 2 flights of stairs leading up to the mezzanine level where the staff rooms are. One set of stairs is off the kitchen the other is off the main bedroom hall. But again this would be a non issue after sound proofing, assuming that the current owner has not already done so.




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  • richvanc

    Maybe at The Dakota… but not here thank you, pffft 😉




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  • Doug

    Btw when I say more exclusive I mean that while the Dakota would allow celebrities etc, this building would not.




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