407 Park Avenue South, The Ascot

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The Ascot, a 26 story and 147 unit Co-op was erected in 1984 and was developed by Peter Kalikow, who later became the publisher of The New York Post. The buildings light-colored brick facade is a work of post-war beauty that could pass even the most discriminating of tastes with only 6 apartments on each floor.

With smartly laid out apartments, some with detailed terraces, live in the most comfortable and convenient place you can  choose in Manhattan.  Located near the Madison Square Park, residents have access to a number of shops and zagat rated restaurants and can easily walk to see a movie in one of the theaters close by.  Everything  you need can be found within the vicinity of the tower and public transportation is right outside the door of The Ascot. The exciting Flatiron District neighborhood is also nearby clearly making one of the best addresses that one could choose in New York City.

Amenities

  • Great Location: Located in Manhattan with a view of the Belmore Cafeteria, the popular all-night restaurant area of New York City and offers convenient access to public transportation. Both 28th Street subway stop and Park and Madison Avenue bus services are accessible together with cross-town buses. The location is also near Madison Square Park that offers a wide range of shops and cinemas to choose from.
  • Building Characteristics: High-rise, brick, and light-colored structure built after the war with terraces for most of the units. New windows have recently been installed in the building.
  • Address: 407 Park Avenue
  • City, State, Zip Code: New York, NY, 10016
  • Neighborhood Area: Kips Bay
  • Cross Streets: East 28th Street and East 29th Street
  • Type of Building and Ownership: High-rise Co-op
  • Service Availability: 24-hour doorman available
  • Size and Age: Built in 1984 as a 26 storey infrastructure and transformed into a 147 Apartment, 6 units per floor co-operative building in 1988.
  • Details: Residential and Commercial area near 2 school districts and 5 community boards.
  • Financing Permitted: 75%
  • Tax Deductibility: 64%
  • Access: Two elevators
  • Building Policy: W/D not permitted
  • Pet Policy: Pets will be allowed with permit issued by the Board.
  • Sales Method: 75% financing permitted with 64% tax deductibility and no transfer fee.
  • Sublet Policy:  Permitted with permit issued by the Board.
  • Management Firm Details: Hoffman Management.
  • Architect: Philip Birnbaum
  • Building Contacts: Contact doorman at 212-889-2297
  • Additional Details: Schools zoned for this address: Simon Baruch Middle School (Ms 104) (6-8)
    PS 116 Mary Lindley Murray (K-5)

STUDIOS:

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1 BEDROOM:

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2 BEDROOMS:

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3+ BEDROOMS:

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For more information about our exclusive (not always) & non-exclusive listings and availabilities in this building please contact one of our licensed agents today:

info@407-park-avenue-south.com

212-292-4268