This handsome pre-war building with two light courts occupies the southwest corner of 34th Street and Park Avenue. 4 Park Avenue began life as a luxury hotel, and the elegance has endured even after the building was converted to rental apartments in 1967. A critic for the magazine Architecture & Building loved the gray brick for its complex undercurrent of "hidden and indescribable golden browns and blues," calling it "a sight worth crossing a continent to see." Which is all well and good, but made that much better by the fact that the lovely pre-war rental apartments at 4 Park Avenue are every bit as distinguished as its architecture.
An exquisite attention to detail is evident in every rental unit at 4 Park Avenue. Ultra-modern, condo-quality finishes are the rule in 4 Park Avenue's custom kitchens and baths, while the soaring ceilings and oak floors are pure pre-war luxury. In every room, in every rental flat, the quality of life at 4 Park Avenue matches the high expectations that come with an ultra-desirable Park Avenue address.
Park Avenue's superbly central location puts it just steps from the subway, and a short walk from a wide array of dining options -- from unpretentious pub food to high-end cuisine -- top-flight shopping and a lively nightlife scene. Thanks to a living experience that's every bit as elegant as its address is prestigious, it's easy to see why 4 Park Avenue is one of the most sought-after rental listings in Murray Hill.