About 1199 Park Avenue Condominium
1199 Park Avenue is an 18-story post-war high-rise located in the exclusive Carnegie Hill area of New York City's Upper East Side. Originally built in 1961 by Robert L. Bien and later converted to a co-op in 1981, 1199 Park Avenue is a red-brick building with just a few luxury units per floor. 1199 Park Avenue, located between 93rd and 94th Street, is just steps away from the Hunter College Campus Schools
The 151 luxury units in 1199 Park Avenue vary widely in design, but were all designed in a pre-war style. The units feature oversized windows, spacious layouts, hardwood flooring, and granite kitchens with top-of-the-line appliances that are common to many of New York City's post-war apartments. Most of these luxurious units have a private balcony as well
1199 Park Avenue is a cooperative and residents enjoy a 24-hour doorman and concierge service. Amenities at this pet-friendly building include a landscaped roof-deck with views of both Central Park and the Upper East Side, an on-site parking garage, and a bike room.