Inside a Classic Candela Park Avenue Residence

The most widely esteemed architect of prewar residential buildings in New York, Rosario Candela is known for designing many of the luxurious limestone-clad towers that contribute to the one-of-a-kind silhouette of Fifth and Park Avenues. With its generous proportions and exceptional aesthetics, the building at 778 Park Avenue is a prime example of Candela’s style, and this refined cooperative residence—which encompasses the entire ninth floor and enjoys nearly 100 feet of frontage on the avenue—retains many of his trademarks.

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