This bright corner apartment with primarily south and west exposures has been thoughtfully renovated to reflect today's lifestyle while retaining its prewar details and appeal. A hallway complete with two closets leads to a gracious entrance foyer and the south facing living room beyond. This spacious and sun-filled room has two large windows and a wood burning fireplace surrounded by bookcases and it opens to the adjacent large dining room also with two windows. With its wall of handsome bookshelves and corner built-in desk the dining room offers a choice of other uses such as a library, home office or media room. The former butler's pantry, located conveniently between the dining room and kitchen, now contains a washer/dryer and built-ins for wine storage and a wine refrigerator. The eat-in kitchen has high-end appliances and a window and leads to a former staff room and half bath. Off the central hallway is the bedroom wing with two bedrooms and new bathrooms. The main bedroom has a wall of built-in closets, two windows and an ensuite bathroom. The second bedroom is also fitted out with built-in closets and has access to the second bathroom. The renovation included recessed lighting, through the wall air-conditioning, new flooring and remote controlled window shades. Designed by the famed architect Emery Roth in 1915, 570 Park Avenue is coveted for its great location in a neighborhood of other prestigious prewar buildings, two historic churches and its tree-lined townhouse block. Madison Avenue with its chic boutiques is around the corner and there are several famous restaurants in the immediate vicinity. Fine department stores such as Bergdorf Goodman and Bloomingdales are just a short distance away. The building offers bike storage, a very well equipped gym, a laundry and storage bin. It allows pets and pieds-a-terre are permitted. There is a 3% flip tax payable by the purchaser.