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Park Avenue, New York City

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1000 Park Avenue is an apartment building on the Upper East Side of the New York City borough of Manhattan. It is located at the northwest corner of the intersection of Park Avenue and East 84th Street. It was built in 1915–16 by the developers Bing & Bing from a design by Emery Roth. The brown brick structure is 13 stories tall with some Gothic-inspired stone and terra cotta decoration. Two carved figures in medieval dress near the main entrance are said to represent the Bing brothers. Across 84th Street is the Church of St. Ignatius Loyola.

The building is currently a co-op owned by its residents. There are 64 units.
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  • Always liked Park Avenue and have not been here since before Covid began . Nice to be back in the city …but it’s not as busy as it was before. 
    Always liked Park Avenue and have not been here since before Covid began . Nice to be back in the city …but it’s not as busy as it was before.  more »
  • Some great shops and cathedral’s, The Waldorf Astoria plus the historical buildings. Great to stroll all the way to Central Park. 
    Some great shops and cathedral’s, The Waldorf Astoria plus the historical buildings. Great to stroll all the way to Central Park.  more »

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