Patricia Shiah of Stribling & Associates Sells 1110 Park Avenue for $17,615,815.62
Posted by VIVIAN MARINO of The New York Times — July 25, 2016
Article Originally Published in The New York Times
NEW YORK CITY, NY - A sprawling duplex at 1110 Park Avenue, a nine unit limestone condominium in Carnegie Hill developed by Toll Brothers City Living, sold for $17,615,815.62 and was the most expensive closed sale of the week, according to property records .
The 5,702 square foot sponsor apartment, Unit F, on the eighth and ninth floors of the building, near East 90th Street, has five bedrooms and five and a half baths. The monthly carrying charges are $14,855.
The duplex floors are connected by stairs as well as a passenger and a service elevator. The lower level contains the bedrooms, including a corner master suite with its own gallery and an enormous dressing room. The ensuite bath of marble and onyx features a freestanding tub.
On the upper level is the entertaining space. There is a library, which can be converted into a sixth bedroom, along with a 21 by 33 foot living room that flows into a formal dining room and an eat in kitchen with a breakfast room and a pantry.
Patricia Shiah of Stribling & Associates represented the buyer, identified as 1110 Park Avenue LLC, while Julie Rosenfield of Toll Brothers handled the sale for the developer.
The Park Avenue building, which was constructed by Toll Brothers last year in a style designed to fit in with the area’s prewar buildings, offers amenities including a gym, a wine cellar with a lounge with a fireplace, storage units and bike storage.