969 Park Avenue is a luxury Prewar Cooperative located in the heart of the Upper East Side. This elegant apartment was the home of Pulitzer Prize winning architecture critic, Ada Louise Huxtable. The timeless Prewar details are well preserved. The apartment is gracefully proportioned and includes a working fireplace, soaring ceilings, an intimate dining area, and two bedrooms with ensuite baths. The gracious foyer leads to the light-filled living room and dining area. The large kitchen includes a washer and dryer. The building’s spectacular planted terrace, facing Park Avenue, is located directly across the hall. Enjoy your morning coffee or the evening sunset across Central Park in this delightful setting.

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