Park Avenue Living

One of the world’s most Prestigious Avenues,  Welcome to Park Avenue Living. where you will be waking up to some of the most breathtaking architecture and landscaped scenery Manhattan has to offer.  Or are you currently a Park Avenue resident, wanting to gain knowledge on the value of your apartment and the area before putting it up for sale? We have created this website to provide a wealth of information and further educate you on one of our nation’s most competitive real estate markets. Here you have the ability to navigate through our comprised list of every building on Park Avenue which includes pertinent information on each structure, providing the current and past sales and rental history as well as floor plans.

Park Avenue travels from 14th Street up to 132nd Street, Starting at Union Square and running through Gramercy Park, Murray Hill, Midtown and up to the Upper East Side ending in Harlem.  Accessible via subway by the 4, 5 & 6 lines Starting in Union Square and up to 125th Street with local and express services.  Park Ave is filled with Luxury co-ops and condominiums which offer some of Manhattan’s most beautiful architecture with landscapes of  trees and florals framing the Lush Avenue. Offering a plethora of possibilities, the option of buying an apartment for full-time occupancy or a pied-a-terre or leasing your home, Park Avenue displays stunning  anything from Pre-war elegance in buildings such as 530 Park Ave with Spacious traditional floor plans to Contemporary buildings with lofted space.

Just hearing the words “Park Avenue” creates an excitement that makes it superior to other neighborhoods of Manhattan. Whether you are a longtime resident or have only seen the city on TV or in film, the words tell a story of their own. The epitome of luxe sophistication, Park Avenue is a true iconic Avenue, unrivaled in its wealth of glamorous shopping, elegant dining & living.  This area offers exceptional convenience located in the middle of Manhattan, making  ideal locations for commuters going to work,  single residents or families to reside and ideal for socializing.  Starting in Union Square, residents can enjoy the Farmers Markets on weekends, the many chef acclaimed restaurants in  spread from Gramercy Park through Midtown and the close proximity to Central Park on the Upper East Side.