Gracefully marrying the old and the new, this New York City light-filled pre-war condominium soars above Park Avenue at the corner of 71st Street.
Its timeless Pre-War building was designed by Sylvan Bien — architect of the Carlyle Hotel — constructed in 1940, and fully, thoughtfully transformed into luxury condominiums by Harry Macklowe and Handel Architects.
Perfect for exceptional modern living and sophisticated entertaining, this 20th-floor residence offers every desirable state-of-the-art luxury while retaining a classical ambience.
The fabulous 3,374-square-foot layout incorporates clean, sleek modern lines and is flooded with gorgeous sunlight. Four exposures fitted with casement windows present views of numerous Manhattan landmarks. A planting terrace wraps the south side of the home.
A manned elevator opens directly to the gallery entrance. Just beyond lies an expansive living area that incorporates distinct spaces for dining and media rooms.
The windowed eat-in kitchen is equipped with stainless-steel appliances from Miele, glass and aluminum cabinetry by Varenna, and floors, countertops, and a backsplash of elegant marble.
The bedrooms are well separated from the public spaces for privacy. The opulent master suite includes a dressing area as well as his and her baths outfitted with the finest Italian marble and polished chrome Dornbracht fixtures.
The en suite baths of the two guest bedrooms are similarly, tastefully appointed. Completing the magnificent residence are a study, a separate pantry and laundry area with a Miele washer and dryer, and an abundance of closets.
The building’s staff includes a 24-hour doorman. An impeccably arrayed skylit fitness center, a children’s playroom, and an exclusive garden room and courtyard are among the numerous amenities offered at this enviable address.