Directly across the avenue from 740 Park Avenue stands a prestigious prewar-inspired property. Found on the Upper East Side of Manhattan, 737 Park Avenue is an artistic work by Sylvan Bien. Originally designed in 1940, it displays an exquisite architecture like no other.
Easily distinguishable from afar, each part of this red-bricked enormous building is constructed with unique design. It has a four-story stone base, upper terraces with stone cornice lines and an attractive circular rooftop water tank. The side street façade is highlighted by the windows of each apartment. As one approaches the building, the canopied entrance captures the attention of each visitor.
The building also has a massive frontage and stands 20 stories high. Within are 116 enormous apartments with equally exquisite interior design.
737 Park Avenue is conveniently located approximately one to two blocks away from various
cafés and restaurants, including the 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. In addition, the 68th Street and Lexington Avenue subway station is conveniently located close by, providing an easy means of transportation.