40 Park Avenue is a 19-story building, first erected in 1940, but converted in 2008. The luxury mid-rise building offers luxury apartment laden in features and amenities. The beige-brick building features were designed by famed designer, Emery Roth. Roth is responsible for a number of the buildings in the Park Avenue, Murry Hill area.
40 Park Avenue features a canopied front entrance. Above that eyes are going to find an articulated façade laden in balconies and a number of setback terraces. Inside the units feature oversized windows that allow ample natural lighting to flow into the units. These windows also provide excellent views of the neighborhood and city. Each unit features hardwood flooring and some have balconies. The kitchens come fully equipped and the marble baths have been newly remodeled.
New York City apartments are famous for their amenities and 40 Park Avenue has all of the classics the city is known for. A doorman waits under the canopied entranceway and once inside the lobby residents are greeted by the attendant. Laundry service is available to residents in any of the on-site laundry rooms. As an additional convenience elevators make traveling between floors a breeze.
The neighborhood of Murray Hill is easily an amenity in its own right. The apartments are located on the northwest corner at 36th Street. This area is convenient to the Morgan Library, the Union League Club and Grand Central Terminal. For commuters there is an abundance of public transportation, which will easily put the rest of the city at hand.