737 Park Avenue is a stunning prewar-inspired property located in the Upper East Side of Manhattan. Designed by Sylvan Bien in 1940, this red-brick building is a true work of art. Each part of the building's construction is uniquely designed, featuring a four-story stone base, upper terraces with stone cornice lines, and a circular rooftop water tank.
As you approach the building, the canopied entrance captures your attention and welcomes you inside. The building has a massive frontage and stands 20 stories high, with 116 spacious and exquisitely designed apartments.
737 Park Avenue is conveniently located just one or two blocks away from various cafés and restaurants, including the popular Corrado and Swifty's restaurant on Lexington Avenue. Garnet's, one of the city's most well-known wine shops, can also be found nearby. The 68th Street and Lexington Avenue subway station is conveniently located close by, providing easy transportation access.