52% DECREASE FROM ORIGINAL ASK: PRICED TO SELL! Originally Configured as a Three Bedroom Home. Welcome to Residence 3-C, at 521 Park Avenue; A two bedroom, two bathroom home, designed by world renowned architect, Leopoldo Rosati and in arguably the finest location on the East side of Manhattan. This one-of-a-kind apartment features 10'5'' ceilings, incredible over-sized windows, and beautiful views directly facing Park Avenue. Throughout the living space of this home are beautiful Birdseye Maple, herringbone floors, complemented by natural light throughout the day. Between the Library and Living Room is an elegant central working fireplace, crafted from mahogany and brass. Home features include central air conditioning, central lighting system, and a state-of-the-art sound system built throughout. Adjacent to the living room, the dining room boasts beautiful pocket doors made from leaded stained glass panels by Giuliani of Rome, as well as beautiful marble floors. The dining room leads into the kitchen, where there are two large windows facing Park Avenue, granite countertops, Birdseye Maple cabinets, Sub-Zero Refrigeration, Miele dishwasher, a built in hot & cold water filtration system from the oversized double sink, Gaggenau oven and range, as well as a Miele washer/dryer. Step into the Master Bedroom, where you are greeted by tremendous windows, 10'5'' ceilings, two closets, including one tremendous walk-in closet, an en suite bathroom, complimented by beautiful stained glass doors, a jacuzzi tub, double vanity sinks, as well as a large steam shower with water jets. The second bedroom also features the same 10'5'' ceilings, a large walk-in closet, and large windows drawing natural light into the room at all hours of the day. Leading into the second bathroom is a large row of mahogany closets and the bathroom features a beautiful marble sink, and a large stall shower with glass doors. With especially close proximity to Central Park, top restaurants, including Daniel, Saint Ambreous, Serafina, and Le Cirque, as well as the F, Q, 4, 5, 6 trains, the Lowes Regency Hotel, and the finest shopping in Manhattan, this is arguably the most coveted and convenient location in Manhattan. 521 Park Avenue is an incredible pre-war, full service' condominium, built in 1912 and converted from co-op to condominium in 1987. With only 24 units in the building, there is a beautiful sense of community and privacy throughout the building. Pets are allowed, there is a gym in the building, and a full time doorman.