The newly constructed building, which will feature 16 two-bedroom residences and one full-floor penthouse with floor-to-ceiling windows, was one of the last projects designed by the late Charles Gwathmey of Gwathmey Siegel and Associate Architects LLC.
All residences includes two and a half baths, ceilings up to 10 feet high, wide plank oak wood flooring, a Bosch washer and dryer, full virtual concierge and security system, and optional SmartHome technology.
Kitchens feature natural teak cabinets, Jet Mist granite counter tops, a stainless steel Viking cooktop, Wolf oven, Sub-Zero refrigerator, double basin Kohler sink, built-in Miele espresso machine, Miele dishwasher and Sub-Zero wine cooler.
“323 Park Avenue South is one of the premier residential properties in the area, which is ideally situated at the intersection of the Flatiron District and Gramercy Park and close to Madison Park and Union Square,” states Efraim Tessler of Keller Williams NYC, exclusive sales and marketing agent for the building.
“The building also provides an ideal opportunity for combining units to create expansive full-floor residences.”
Prices at 323 Park Avenue South will range from $1.825 million to $2.275 million. The 10-story building includes half-floor residences of approximately 1,350 square feet on floors two through nine, a full-floor penthouse on the top level, and a ground-floor commercial space.
The property is being developed by Tessler Developments, which was also responsible for the construction of The Bryant Park Hotel, 66 Leonard and 260 Park Avenue South