520 Park Avenue, a luxurious condominium tower located just steps away from Central Park in Manhattan, New York City, was completed in 2019. Designed by the prestigious Robert A.M. Stern Architects, the building stands as a notable addition to New York City's skyline, contributing to the architectural heritage of the area with its limestone façade and classic New York apartment building details reminiscent of the 1920s and 1930s. The building houses 34 apartments, including 29 floor-through simplexes, four duplexes, and one triplex penthouse, across its 54 stories.
The design emphasizes verticality through oriel windows on the south, east, and north facades and features a copper-roofed limestone pavilion at the 48th-floor terrace, enhancing the building's silhouette against the city skyline. The entrance leads residents into a sequence of elegantly designed spaces, culminating in a garden that features double-tiered plantings and three granite fountains. Below this garden lies a two-story health club with a double-height vaulted pool, illuminated by natural light through large glass oculi.
The interiors, ranging from three-bedroom simplexes to an eight-bedroom triplex penthouse, are designed to cater to families, offering large-scale windows for ample natural light and spectacular views of Central Park and the Manhattan skyline. The building's location and design make it a prominent figure on New York's Billionaires' Row, providing residents with unparalleled luxury and class.