First built in 1931, the 7 Park Avenue building which is a Co-op, is intricately designed with an Italian Renaissance theme. A midblock building, this structure turned into three after owners of the surrounding buildings decided to sell-out their properties over time. The building not only has a great location being the gateway to Park Avenue, it also has apartment interiors to be proud of. Experience living in an apartment with 9 feet high ceilings, arched passage doors, and picture moldings with a complete pre-war charm. Most people are surprised to see how well this look is preserved by the building management and is one of the unique characteristics of the place. It is not like the other new buildings in New York that are so modern, which is just perfect for those who appreciate history and its beauty. Just being in one of the apartments at 7 Park Avenue’s three towers is already a memorable experience.