If everyone in the city’s mental pictures of a classic Park Avenue apartment were gathered up and averaged, this 4,000-square-foot condo at no. 610 is exactly what would result. A grand entry foyer, dual entertaining spaces, and a proper dining room (not to mention those interiors) make no bones about this being a Lenox Hill home. The apartment’s other impressive features include three bedrooms that each open onto terraces, and lovely molding and built-ins throughout.
610 Park Avenue was designed and built by James Carpenter in 1925. Unlike some apartments in prewar buildings, this spread has upgraded to central AC and the kitchen’s also been renovated. The whole shebang (not to mention the prestige that comes along with it) is asking $14.95 million, with $5,586 per month in common charges and $5,140 per month in taxes. Hey, Park Avenue isn’t Park Avenue for nothing.