The MORGAN PARK, at 30 East 37th Street, is a mid-sized brick building built in 1952 by renowned architectural group Emery Roth & Sons. It is located in the heart of Murray Hill on an elegant block between Madison and Park Avenues. This 1 bedroom/1 bath condominium, with beamed ceilings, faces southwest and offers plenty of sunlight all day. It has an open view onto the Morgan Library and the Empire State Building. The building is flanked by the Union League Club to the east and the Morgan Library to the west. A line of grand townhouses and the ornate Polish Consulate are opposite the building on East 37th Street.
Converted to condominiums in 1986, The Morgan Park is 13 stories with 104 apartments. It is a full service, pet friendly building, boasts a 24-hour doorman and live-in super. It has a flexible sublet policy and allows PIED-A-TERRES. A common laundry room is available and in-unit washer and dryers are permitted. This perfectly situated building is a stones throw from Grand Central Station, the Scandinavia House, and many other cultural establishments.