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Market Research: Penthouses

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778 Park Avenue $14.975 million. Two-bedroom, three-bath co-op with five terraces. Brokers: Elizabeth Stribling and Elizabeth Ann Kivlan, Stribling & Associates.  

This apartment tops one of the buildings designed by Rosario Candela, the master of Park Avenue bourgeois architecture. The herringbone floors are original; the upstairs bathroom has a brass-and-mirror ceiling; the floor plan is nearly unchanged from Candela’s, its small kitchen separated from the expansive dining room by a door (to keep the staff out of sight). On the terrace off the dining room is what’s called a tea room—the little pavilion seen here. Because 778 is a little taller than many prewars on Park Avenue, tea-sippers can see Central Park from end to end.


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