Designed in 1927 by James E.R. Carpenter, the leading architect of luxury high-rise residential buildings during the early 1900s, 812 Park Avenue is considered a New York City architectural gem. Standing 14 stories high and emphasizing natural light and city views with its many windows, the building won the gold medal from the NYC Chapter of the American Institute of Architects for best new residential building of that year.
New York Engineers provided professional mechanical and plumbing engineering services for the renovation which included some minor changes to the apartment’s architectural layout.
Standing on a space once occupied by a lecture hall owned by Yeshiva University, 237 East 34th Street will be a mixed use building featuring 107 condominiums spread across 26 floors, plus first floor retail space.