Only once before in the last 11 years has a "D" line become available for sale at the Parc V. This very generously sized one bedroom, one bathroom on the seventh floor faces 60th Street (north) and has a lovely side view of the park to enjoy the change of seasons. The apartment is ready for the new owner to put their own finishing touches on this rare find at the "corner" of Midtown, Central Park and the Upper East Side. The best shopping, restaurants, movie theaters, galleries, transportation are all here. This is a must-see apartment if you want to enjoy New York City at your fingertips. The Parc V is a post war full service cooperative and a highly sought after building with 66 apartments on 17 floors. 785 Fifth Avenue, known as the Park-V, and sometimes called the Park Cinq is a luxury, cooperative apartment building on Fifth Avenue at the corner of 60th Street in Manhattan. The seventeen-story building plus penthouse was constructed by the Fisher Brothers developers in 1960. The Park V shares its Fifth Avenue block with the Sherry Netherland and the Pierre Hotels on the north and south sides. The year the building opened, the New York Times described it as containing sixty-six "mansions," and described it as being "the world's most luxurious multiple dwelling". Among the luxury details considered remarkable in that era where the presence of telephone outlets in every room and special windows designed to keep out noise. The entire building was in modern style unlike the traditional Renaissance and Georgian styles of older buildings in the neighborhood. Directly across from Central Park the location is one of the most desirable in New York City.