Built in 1928, this 32-story tower was for many years the tallest on Park Avenue on the Upper East Side. Household-name developer Donald Trump converted the former Delmonico Hotel to condominium residences with between one and seven bedrooms'including full-floor units, a duplex and penthouses'in 2004. The building's elegant massing was substantially altered in the Trump conversion'a glass-clad addition designed by Costas Kondylis added several floors to the west and north facades of the tower close to its top. Amenities at this pet-friendly pre-war residence include a full-timedoorman, a concierge and a live-in resident manager, valet/laundry service, valet parking, a garage, a health club, laundry facilities and central A/C. The lobby has been restored to its original height and is adorned with an elegant crystal chandelier allegedly from Mr. Trump's private collection. A prime Lenox Hill location inthe heart of the Upper East Side puts residents within easy walking distance of Central Park as well as Madison Avenue shopping, museums, restaurants, convenient public transportation and all that this highly desirable neighborhood has to offer.