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Grand Living in full service condominium

The apartment


Sprawling, loft-like 2br, 2.5 ba condo at the crossroads of Union Square, Flatiron & Gramercy. This 1340 sqft home features soaring 13 foot beamed ceilings and oversized double-paned windows. The entry foyer with powder room leads to a grand living room with separate dining area and triple oversized windows. Large fully equipped stainless steel chefs kitchen w. d/w, wine cooler, Subzero Fridge, Viking range, and Bosch dishwasher. In-unit washer/dryer. Sprawling master suite with spa-like en-suite bathroom featuring limestone floors, stone encased soaking tub, separate glass-enclosed rain shower, and double sinks with Koehler fixtures. The second bedroom has separate en-suite travertine marble bathroom as well. 

The building

260 Park Avenue South is a luxury boutique condominium comprised of two neoclassical buildings (built in 1917 and 1930 respectively) and converted to 86 apartments on 12 floors in 2004 by Karl Fischer Architects with interiors by Shamir Shah Design. The developers of the project were Adam Hochfelder at Max Capital; Yitzchak Tessler of Linjan Associates LLC; and Insignia Financial Group. The building was the former headquarters of the United Federation of Teachers for about 30 years. 260 Park Avenue South has an elegant lobby which enters on East 21st Street and has views onto a tranquil rock garden. The building is divided up into three elevator banks, so there are never more than five apartments on any given floor. All of the apartments have high ceilings, double-paned windows, central air/heat, washer/dryers, open chef’s kitchens and walnut stained oak floors. Residents enjoy a full time concierge and doorman, a state of the art fitness center, three roof decks, and bike storage. The building is pet-friendly and welcomes pied-a-terres. 

The neighborhood

This chic, full-service, pre-war condominium residence is perfectly located minutes from Gramercy Park, Union Square, and Madison Square Park and steps from some of Manhattan’s best shopping, dining, and the 6, N, and R trains.




Murray Hill/Manhattan