From LLNYC’s Look at Listings: A few days ago, apartment 15C at 730 Park Avenue, one of the Upper East Side’s swankiest co-ops, hit the market.
At $19.9 million, the sizable unit is by far the most expensive unit the building (it’s neighbor, the two-bedroom 15B is a comparable steal at $4.6 million). But, it’s certainly not the most expensive the building has ever seen: back in 2012 a duplex penthouse sold – reportedly to hedge funder Daniel Benton – for just a touch over $39 million.
This 10 room apartment comes with three bedrooms, four bathrooms, a cozy solarium, a library, a wood-burning fireplace, custom cabinetry, a private terrace, a maid’s room, and a host of original details including wood floors and period fixtures and moldings. [more]