Value is the essence of this convertible three home, grounded at the heart of both Flatiron District and Gramercy Park. Live comfortably on Park Avenue combining all the character of prewar detail with the latest, most sophisticated luxury touches.
Suite 11I at sought-after 260 Park Avenue South was designed for discerning buyers. The well-appointed 2-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom apartment offers the best of everything including the seamless ability to reimagine the six-to-eight person dining alcove into an extra room for guests, a home office, private study, media room or nursery.
Make the loft-style living room your own, where an expansive layout meets flawless finishes; where solid walnut-stained oak floors give way to soaring 11-foot ceilings and seven deep, double-paned, daylight-filled windows.
Entertain in the top-of-the-line chef's kitchen, with its marble countertop and Italian limestone backsplash. State-of-the-art appliances span a wine cooler, Sub Zero refrigerator, vented Viking range, and dishwasher.
Beyond two customized closets, the enormous primary bedroom includes an ensuite bathroom. Its spa-level qualities are characterized by limestone floors, double-vanity sinks, a stone-encased Kohler soaking tub, and separate glass-enclosed rain shower.
The spacious second bedroom boasts its own private ensuite bathroom, made over in rich travertine marble. It further features a full custom-fitted, walk-in closet with ample storage, as well as a built-in desk to always encourage work from home or study as an easy option.
Modern technology is consistent throughout, from Nest thermostats to the abundant seven-speaker built-in surround system, as well as the in-unit Bosch washer / dryer (purchased in 2018 with a full 10-year service / replacement warranty).
Residents of 260 Park Avenue South enjoy white glove concierge service, a live-in resident manager, three roof decks, a fitness center, bike storage, and a highly coveted location. It's not only steps from some of Manhattan's best shopping, dining and most exciting Michelin Star eateries, but with the 6, N, and R trains located in immediate proximity, coupled with the high-mobility of north & southbound through-way on Park Avenue, it makes accessibility to your lifestyle seamless!
The building itself is embodied by two neoclassical structures built in 1917 and 1930, respectively. Formerly the headquarters of the United Federation of Teachers, in 2005 the premises were converted to 86 apartments over 12 floors; Karl Fischer Architects and Shamir Shah Design collaborated.