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551 West 21st Street 10011, New York, NY - Property For Sale
Soaring 250 feet above the Hudson River and downtown Manhattan, this extraordinary 6,398 SF home offers column-free interiors and breathtaking panoramic views in every direction, combining the grandeur of scale and proportion with exceptional craftsmanship and detail. 551 West 21st Street's uppermost penthouse includes direct elevator access to a stunning, 4,579 SF private rooftop garden with infrastructure for a sixty-one foot pool, two kitchens with gas grills, and immense areas for dining tables, lounge chairs, sofas and gliders- providing the perfect setting for grand-scale entertaining and dramatic sunrise-to-sunset views over the Hudson River and Manhattan. With infinite views from every corner, Penthouse A is without peer. Occupying the entire 20th floor of 551 West 21st Street, this dramatic full floor mansion is defined by an unprecedented attention to detail and features classic layouts akin to those of a bygone era. Elegant and gracious vestibules with custom millwork and cove lighting lead to stately center galleries which delineate the entertaining rooms from the private quarters. Twelve foot ceilings, white oak herringbone floors and sets of nine foot high double doors with deep wood thresholds, immense corner grand and club rooms with sweeping views, a central, double-sided wood burning fireplace and a thirty-three foot long loggia off the living room facing the Riverare just some of the features of this exquisite home.A majestic thirty-five foot corner dining room off the center library floats high above the Hudson river, inviting lively dinner parties and impressive entertaining. Luminous metal reveals throughout perfectly frame each window and provide perimeter seating for quiet contemplation and breathtaking views of the west side's ever-changing skies. An eat-in chef's kitchen designed by Foster + Partners and produced by Molteni & C-Dada includes beveled Blanco de Macael marble countertops and backsplash, and naturally stained oak cabinetry. Top of the line appliances, including a Gaggenau cooktop, grill and Teppanyaki grill, Miele integrated coffee machine and warming drawers, and integrated wine cooling drawers adorn this sunlit, south facing kitchen which also includes a separate butler's pantry with additional rows of refrigeration.Stately double doors provide an elegant entry into the nearly 1,000 square foot, corner Master Suite and its thirty-three foot private loggia with collapsible glass doors which open to the warm southern horizon. The luxurious corner master bath, across from a stunning designed dressing room with custom millwork and direct terrace access, features enormous windows, a vanity and a freestanding bathtub. Two additional large bedrooms have en suite baths with Travertino stone tile floors, custom cabinets with beveled detail and Dornbracht fixtures. Foster + Partners has infused Penthouse A with custom designed millwork and rich materiality. 551 West 21st Street features a private, gated drive court surrounded by a twenty foot green wall and a dramatic, awe-inspiring thirty-four foot, double height lobby with grand chandelier. Additional amenities include full-time doormen and a concierge, porter and valet services, a state-of-the-art fitness center with a his and her spa, yoga room, residents' lounge, children's play room, parking* for the residents, bike storage, a live-in super and a dedicated, separate service entry. Smaller units located on the 3rd and 4th floors are available for additional purchase. Occupancy anticipated for the Fall 2015. * subject to availability and additional costExclusive Marketing and Sales Agent: Brown Harris Stevens Development Marketing. This is not an offering. The complete terms are in an offering plan available from the sponsor. File No. CD13-0133.The artist and computer renderings and interior decorations, finishes, fixtures, appliances and furnishings are provided for illustrative purposes only. Approximate finished floor to finished Featuring: Air Conditioning, City Views, River Views, Den, Eat-in Kitchen, Terrace, Doorman, Attended Lobby, Concierge, Health Club, Laundry Room, Storage, Garage
12 East 79th Street 10075, New York, NY - Property For Sale
The perfect mansion block the block on which this mansion is located is the only one on all of fifth avenue on the upper east side that does not have an 18-story apartment building. the reason: henry cook, who originally owned the entire block of fifth to madison avenues, from east 79th to east 78th streets, limited the height of all buildings with deed restrictions that persist to this day. this fact provoked a new york times writer to declare the block for all time the choicest plot of land for elegant single-family dwellings in new york city. c.p.h. gilbert's grand neo-gothic mansion built for isaac fletcher on 79th and fifth, today the ukrainian institute, anchors the northern corner of this block. cook originally lived on fifth avenue at the corner of east 78th street while he waited for his new stanford white residence at 973 fifth avenue to be completed. at the time of his death, james b. duke bought that home, 1 east 78th street, and engaged horace trumbauer to erect the stately mansion that still stands at that location today. all in all, this single block has three mansions by stanford white, three by cph gilbert and one by warren and wetmore. little & browne architect from their boston beginnings in 1895, the architectural firm of little and browne designed several extraordinary boston residences including a country home at pride's crossing, ma for henry clay frick. arthur little, an mit graduate, would partner with herbert w.c. browne after both received extensive training with architectural firms in europe and later in boston. built as a neo-georgian pair from 1901-1903 under the supervision of harvey murdock, no. 12 was built for mary f. ogden and no. 14 was built for her brother, charles w. ogden. charles was a well-known in the real estate industry and held title for both properties until his passing in 1935 when the deed to no. 12 was transferred to his sister, mary, with the restriction that it be used solely as a private residence. characterized by their bowed bays, 12 and 14 east 79th street feature brick and limestone facades. iron fences, open urns, and broad low stoops provide a gracious entryway above and two practical service entries on the lower level. roman brick walls on the upper floors feature limestone trim. two additional floors above the balustrade were added to this building in 1960. the residence perfectly positioned on today's gold coast about 125 feet from fifth avenue, this mansion is built 28 feet wide with a wide extension that is built to the full 102 foot depth on its lot. the lowest level of the residence features windows front and back as well as two separate entries to east 79th street. 12 east 79th street is currently configured for institutional use; however the grand original rooms in the front and rear remain open and intact allowing the new owner to experience the full 28 feet in width in many of the main rooms. presently designed with a main stair, service stair, and elevator, each floor features a large center landing joining the large front and rear rooms. it has been in the same ownership since 1975, almost forty years. encompassing approximately 16,000 total square feet on seven levels, this mansion is unique in possessing an incomparable historical provenance, and a location that can never be duplicated. inviting the buyer to create the perfect space for their needs, it is truly a home for the ages Featuring: Garden, Roof Garden, Elevator, Basement
684 Park Avenue 10065, New York, NY - Property For Sale
Located on the West side of Park Avenue between East 68th and East 69th Streets, 684 Park Avenue is a neo-Federal townhouse designed by McKim, Mead & White in a row of Georgian inspired landmarked buildings. Forming one of the last intact architectural ensembles on Park Avenue, this series of stylistically related landmark buildings creates a unique block front. Encompassing over 11,000 square feet, this 26-foot wide mansion retains much of its original grandeur and magnificent architectural details. With elegant tall archways, the impressive marble foyer is anchored by an elegant curved marble staircase with a wrought iron railing that leads to the upper levels. The entertaining spaces include a grand parlor with a dramatic expanse of 3 floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking Park Avenue, original hardwood flooring, a fireplace with a carved mantelpiece and a soaring ceiling accentuated by beautiful plaster molding. The library features hand-crafted wood paneling and has a large 26 x 29 garden terrace, ideal for entertaining. This special home was originally built in 1926 as a residence for Oliver D. Filley and his wife Mary Pyne Filley, who was the daughter of Percy R. Pyne, a distinguished Manhattan financier and philanthropist. In 1965, the building was donated to the Queen Sofia Spanish Institute by Margaret Rockefeller Strong, Marquesa de Cuevas. The Queen Sofa Spanish Institute was founded in 1954 to promote greater awareness and understanding of the culture of the Spanish-speaking world in the United States. The building was designated a Landmark in 1970. About McKim, Mead & White: A prominent 20th century architectural firm, McKim, Mead & White built Manhattan's former Pennsylvania Station, the Brooklyn Museum, and the main campus of Columbia University. Elsewhere in New York State and New England, the firm designed college, library, school and other buildings such as the Boston Public Library and Rhode Island State House. In Washington, D.C., the firm renovated the West and East Wings of the White House, and built the National Museum of American History. Across the United States, the firm was responsible for buildings in Illinois, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennessee and Wisconsin. Other examples are in Canada, Cuba and Italy. Featuring: Garden, 4 Wood-burning Fireplace, Roof Garden, Elevator, Basement
134 Charles Street 10014, New York, NY - Property For Sale
An unparalleled opportunity to create a spectacular West Village mansion as unlimited as your imagination. This 13,328 square foot, 51+'-wide building with four open exposures resides in the heart of the West Village, on beautiful Charles Street between Washington and Greenwich Streets. Grand ceiling heights, sprawling interior proportions, exceptional natural light though oversized windows and exquisite mature gardens on three levels provide the foundation for endless possibilities to be realized. Designed in 1911 for William H. Woolverton, President of American Railway Supply Company, the building's earliest products were brass baggage checks, lapel tags and badges for the booming U.S. railroad industry. After housing light manufacturing for more than half a century, the building gained a new identity in 1965. Automotive heir Walter P. Chrysler, Jr., who was noted by the New York Times as one of the country's leading art collectors and benefactors, remade the edifice as an urban hideaway and gallery. His art and artifacts collections included stamps, rare books and glassworks, as well as paintings and sculptures by Picasso, Renoir, Marin, and other 19th- and 20th-century masters. The noted painter and printmaker Jennifer Bartlett arrived at 134 Charles Street in 1989. Known initially for her early, minimalist work, Bartlett received wide acclaim for monumental installations such as Rhapsody, now in the collection of the Museum of Modern Art, which is made up of 987 steel plates stretching over an expanse of 150 feet. During her two decades on Charles Street, Bartlett created many of her most familiar works, often blending geometric forms with familiar domestic objects that recall an idealized American homescape. Her understated yet exuberant vision transformed the building into a distinctive residence and studio space. She added a third story designed by architect Victor Caliandro, created award-winning gardens invisible from the street, and adorned the stairwell with custom tile-work still visible today. The resplendent gardens were designed for Jennifer Bartlett by the esteemed landscape architect Madison Cox, as his first major private commission in the United States. Multiple sets of south-facing French doors open onto two levels of breathtaking 2,500 square foot country in the city gardens. The stunningly original gardens, realized atop 42 tons of soil, feature Japanese Maples, Prairie Fire Crabapples, a giant Tulip Magnolia tree, a Concord grape arbor and various tree peonies and roses. Today, the American Railway Supply Company Building continues its celebration of creative proximities, housing companies that specialize in television production, social media strategy, digital communications, and media design; along with private residences and world-class hidden greenspaces.The upper two floors are presently designed as full-floor apartments, each bright, airy, and beautifully illuminated by windows on all four exposures. The building embodies the unification of industry, artistry, and history-the essence of the West Village. Ready for reinvention once again, 134 Charles offers the location, dimensions, light, privacy and gardens for a home unlike any other. One block from the expansive Hudson River Park, and moments from West Village landmarks such as the new Whitney Museum, 150 Charles, The Standard Hotel, Waverly Inn, The High Line and some of the finest dining and entertainment in New York, the neighborhood surrounding 134 Charles is a deeply desirable amenity unto itself.This is a rare and special offering that is not to be missed. Co-Exclusive. Featuring: Garden, Roof Garden, Basement
57 East 64th Street 10065, New York, NY - Property For Sale
The architect: cph gilbertcharles pierrepont henry gilbert was born in 1861 to a family descending from the english aristocracy before the time of queen elizabeth i. from an early age, he was devoted to the study of all aspects of the construction and decoration of magnificent residences: civil engineering, painting, sculpture, fine arts, and architecture at the ecole des beaux-arts in paris. graduates were taught to produce a building of differing stylistic expressions but with a functional, lucid floor plan. some of c.p.h. gilbert's greatest creations were in the late french gothic limestone chateau style favored by the wealthiest members of the elite of the gilded age. for isaac d. fletcher in 1898, at fifth avenue & 79 street, he designed a pinnacled gothic structure with a moat, now the ukrainian institute. for felix m. warburg, in 1906, at fifth avenue & 92 street, a french gothic chateau, lavish in scale, perfect in proportion yet graced with spaces for family life, now the jewish museum. for otto h. kahn, in 1916, at fifth avenue & 91 street, he helped create an italian renaissance palace with 65 rooms, one of the largest private mansions ever built in new york, now the convent of the sacred heart. american socialite, arlene tewborn in 1872, arlene tew was a member of the dar, the daughters of the american revolution, signaling that her direct ancestors fought in the american revolutionary war. with a large inheritance of her own, she proceeded to marry five husbands including the chairman of general electric, anson wood buchard, one prince and one count. long one of the wealthiest american women of her time when, when married to husband number two, morton colton nichols, she commissioned c.p.h. gilbert in 1905 to design her new york residence at 57 east 64 street, replacing two smaller townhouses with a massive limestone mansion in the style of neo-francois i with a magnificent four story curved bay.the mansioncomprising approximately 14,000 total square feet on seven levels, this mansion was originally designed to have the kind of scale and ceiling height in entertaining rooms sought today to display an art collection of major scale. it is a special benefit that the original plan of the architect is largely intact, and details in the rooms throughout have been restored with attention to historical accuracy. the massive wrought iron double doors open to an entry hall which includes a huge manor fire place and extraordinary light. the wrought iron work in the sculptural staircase reflects the same designs that appear in the boisserie surrounding mirrors over fireplaces in the numerous grand rooms. the massive staircase culminates in a stunning skylight with leaded glass. the paneled dining room with a floor to ceiling fireplace and a wall of bowed floor to ceiling windows with leaded glass accented with colored glass shields evokes s a chateau in the loire valley in france. the elevator accommodates six people. the house is perfectly located on the north side of what is generally considered to be the best street in the east 60s for mansions of this type. the north side of the street allows far more light to pour into a building, given the way the sun travels across manhattan, an extremely important factor for those who seek a mansion that is as light as possible.most important of all, no other building by c.p.h. gilbert is on the market at this time and it is unlikely that another will be available, which makes this mansion a very rare opportunity to acquire one of the best creations of one of the acknowledged stars of the gilded age. co-exclusive Featuring: Garden, Roof Garden, Elevator, Basement
7 East 88th Street 10128, New York, NY - Property For Sale
TURNER AND KILLIANConstructed in 1902-1903 by architects James R. Turner and William G. Killian, 5, 7, and 9 East 88th Street were built in the Beaux-Arts style with frontages ranging from 24.5 feet wide to 27 feet wide, an impressive scale which amplifies the elaborate details found in each mansion. Number 7 is distinguished by having a full limestone facing and prominent dormers compared to the limestone and brick facades found on Number 5 and 9. With a two-story oriel and columns at the front entry, Number 7 East 88th Street also retains its original wrought-iron grille on the front door.Turner and Killian had previous experience in creating exquisite townhouses in the East 80s and brought to this building what they learned in designing and building 991 Fifth Avenue, now the Irish-American Historical Society at East 80th Street, and 1083 Fifth Avenue, the National Academy Museum just one block away from the very prominent 7 East 88th Street neighbor, The Guggenheim Museum.THE RESIDENCEMade impressive by its columned limestone center entry, this elegantly crafted townhouse is comprised of 12,700 square feet and currently configured as a six-unit residence. Standing 24.5 feet wide, it is built 80 feet deep on the 100 foot lot creating an expansive garden but also allows for a gracious interior floor plan. There is a superb central staircase which runs the full height of the six level plus basement townhouse and elevator servicing all floors. The present unit composition is a garden level triplex, a top level triplex, and four one-bedroom sized simplex apartments. Evident within the units are original details, outstanding scale, ceiling height, and large window sizes, as well as the numerous opportunities for outdoor spaces on upper levels including the existing fifth floor rear terrace facing north.THE FIRST CITIZEN OF NEW YORKWith an impressive roster of architects, the north side of East 88th Street Fifth to Madison provides a showcase of turn-of-the-century architecture, benefiting each owner to be part of the this elegant streetscape. While the Frank Lloyd Wright designed Guggenheim Museum anchors the block on Fifth Avenue, residences such as the J. Fulton Cutting, Jr. House at 15 East 88th Street, designed by renowned architectural firm Delano and Aldrich, continues the richly detailed elegance of the north side of this block, with an impressive 25.5 foot wide Neo-Federal faade of brick and stone. A descendant of Robert Fulton, inventor of the steamboat, J. Fulton Cutting, Jr. was a financier and philanthropist who tried to address the housing problems of the City's working poor, earning the title, the first citizen of New York. Featuring: Garden, Roof Garden, Elevator, Basement
1965 Broadway 10023, New York, NY - Property For Sale
Perched atop one of the most prime Lincoln Center modern condominium buildings, this stunning apartment features unparalleled 360 degree views of Manhattan and beyond. This one-of-a-kind, contemporary 3-story penthouse with three entrances - one on each of the building's penthouse levels - contains 16 rooms, totaling an impressive 10,100 square feet (8,100 interior and 2,000 exterior square feet). The 7-8 bedrooms contain nine full bathrooms, plus a powder room, and there are two kitchens. A peaceful retreat, the master bedroom suite has dazzling views and appointments, a generous walk-in closet and a large master bathroom which uses over 25 slabs of onyx with his/her sides, a huge two person all-glass enclosed shower with great northern views. To enhance this property the two massive, landscaped and irrigated terraces designed by Thomas Balsley Associates together provide extraordinary outdoor living with views North, South, East & West, large entertaining space, a unique, one-of-a-kind elevated planter system and immense electronic sliding doors one of which was brought up 33 stories to the home via crane. The estate atmosphere provides panoramic views from an immense grand room of over 1,500 square feet containing two sitting areas, over 65 feet of floor to ceiling windows, a free-floating, four-sided bronze and glass fireplace, stone and wood bar, and drop down movie screen with hidden speakers and black-out shades. In the bronze and wood paneled study with park views, there is a unique cantilevered free-floating double stone desk with pop-up computer screens, and custom bookshelves and cabinetry and custom bronze art lights. A particularly unique advancement is the large TV on a custom lift that recesses into the paneled ceiling and also pivots when in the down position to allow for different viewing angles from different parts of the room. The massive main kitchen designed by Boffi utilizes stainless steel, Corian (including on the walls) and slab stone construction with double stoves and double ovens, two refrigerators, three sinks, and three dishwashers. The large dining room with a double-sided fireplace is perfect for entertaining intimate parties or grand scale events. It features a paneled, exotic wood ceiling, floor to ceiling frameless glass panels overlooking one of the terraces and has Southern views over Lincoln Center and the Freedom Tower. The breakfast room has direct access to one of the terraces providing north and west views overlooking the Hudson River and the Central Park reservoir and has a further two refrigerators and large wine cooler and second built in coffee machine. A long hallway with art walls and specially designed art lighting directs attention to the custom bronze, fibre-optic ceiling and diamond-patterned wood floor. Only the finest materials and custom design elements were used. Notable features: distressed, pillowed-edge American Walnut flooring, custom, hand-made solid wood doors, a free floating steel and ebony staircase, stone slab bathrooms, Crestron and Lutron systems throughout with a 16-zone security camera system, electronic shades, radiant heat and central HVAC with a built in HEPA filtration system with 18 separate zones and a central humidity system. This full-service building has a 24-7 doorman, concierge, security staff, live-in resident manager, in-house maintenance and repair team totaling over 25 full-time staff members who collectively provide the ultimate in luxury services for their residents. The building is conveniently located next to Lincoln Center and the Apple Store, across from the Reebok gym and is a very short walk to Riverside Park and Central Park, mid-town Manhattan and all the famous food stores and retail destinations along the Upper West Side. CO-EXCLUSIVE Featuring: City Views, Eat-in Kitchen, Windowed Kitchen, Formal Dining Room, Yes, 2 Wood-burning Fireplace, Doorman, Attended Lobby, Concierge, Laundry Room, Bike / Storage
778 Park Avenue 10021, New York, NY - Property For Sale
Sublimely located at Park Avenue and 73rd Street, this extraordinary nine room apartment of rare provenance combines grand scale entertaining rooms and multiple outdoor spaces for world-class living. 778 Park Avenue, designed by New York's most renowned architect for luxury apartments, Rosario Candela, offers unique intimacy, privacy and exclusivity. Central Park views, are available from the West-facing rooms, including the kitchen, which would meet the standards of the most exacting food aficionados. The dramatically proportioned wood paneled living room includes a wood burning fireplace and features three juliet balconies, rare for Park Avenue and a special Candela addition, which welcome a nice breeze into the room. It is sun flooded by the Eastern exposure and opens to the cozy library for entertaining or drinks a deux by the fire. A baronial gallery with high ceilings unites the living room and the sumptuous square dining room, which retains its original bird and floral chinoiserie Gracie wallpaper. Currently configured as three master bedrooms with en suite bathrooms, a fourth bedroom with en suite bathroom is easily possible. Two bedrooms include their own private terraces. Located in a superlative prewar cooperative, David Easton's classic re-design heightens the enduring appeal of this glorious building. Located within Museum Mile, the best schools, restaurants, and top shopping are all nearby. Two short blocks from Central Park. Featuring: Terrace, Doorman, Attended Lobby, Pre-War
12 East 77th Street 10075, New York, NY - Property For Sale
Built in the neo-Renaissance style by developers Richard W. Buckley and Robert McCafferty in 1895, this 25-foot-wide, five-story townhouse was one of four homes originally built in the area. Comprising approximately 11,450 square feet, this historic mansion is located on a tree-lined block off of Fifth Avenue. It features soaring ceiling heights, classic plaster moldings, original pocket doors, tall doorways, exquisite millwork, beautifully preserved herringbone flooring, 4 fireplaces, a terrace and a lovely South garden. The first level has an impressive entrance which features a 20-foot gallery. The parlor floor includes a grand 25-foot living room and an elegant 23-foot formal dining room. These entertaining rooms are graciously anchored by a dramatic curved staircase with a vast 17-foot landing. Upstairs there is a library and eight bedrooms, each boasting attractive overlooks over East 77th Street or the charming gardens in the rear. There is central air-conditioning and an elevator which goes to all five levels. The house was first purchased in 1897 by Emmanuel and Rose Heller, who owned it until 1916, when it was sold to Reginald C. Vanderbilt. The youngest son of Cornelius Vanderbilt, Reginald was heir to a portion of the sizable Vanderbilt fortune and a noted horseman. After his death in 1925, his second wife, Gloria Morgan Vanderbilt, sold the property to Robert Karsner Stafford. In 1932, it was sold to Mutual Life Insurance Company, and then again to Street Realty two years later. In 1934, motion picture pioneer and Columbia Pictures Corp. executive Nate B. Spingold acquired the home. Spingold's widow, Frances, gifted the house to Brandeis University in 1960 and continued to live there until 1970, when it was transferred into an alumni center and educational space for the university. A rare opportunity to turn a special historic property back to a single-family home. Featuring: Garden, 3 Wood-burning Fireplace, Roof Garden
795 Fifth Avenue 10021, New York, NY - Property For Sale
Architecture and provenancechicago-born architect leonard schultze co-founded his architectural firm with partner s. fullerton weaver in 1921. weaver, a protg of franco-american architect emmanual louis masqueray, alongside schultze, a twenty-year employee of warren and wetmore, would go on to create some of the most architecturally significant hotels in the united states. their first major commission came from john bowman to design his biltmore hotels, most famous of which is their coral gables biltmore hotel. later they would design the breakers in palm beach.where they made their mark was in the design of new york's most illustrious hotels, including: the sherry-netherland, the waldorf-astoria which at the time of completion in 1931 was the world's largest hotel with 2,200 rooms, the lexington hotel, a resdesign of the grand ballroom at the plaza in 1929 - and the illustrious pierre hotel.standing 525 feet tall, the pierre hotel opened in october 1930 to great fanfare. built on the site of the former gerry mansion, the hotel cost $15 million to build, a staggering sum for the time, the building later sold 75 apartments to a cooperative in 1959 while the owner of the pierre, j. paul getty, retained control of the hotel services and guest rooms. now owned and operated by taj hotels resorts and palaces, coop owners today enjoy the benefits of five-star hotel services within an historic tower at arguably one of new york's finest locations.the residenceenjoying north, south, east and western exposures, this four-bedroom residence offers an extraordinary amount of public and private living spaces, destined to suit the needs of any living arrangement. a grand living room faces west and north onto central park, flooding the main entertaining space with sunlight. with a combined expanse of over 46 feet, the living room opens to the dining room with north-facing windows, and the nearby kitchen with concealed china storage cabinets. the entire expanse from west to east stretches approximately 106 linear feet.the master bedroom suite also overlooks central park. there are three additional bedrooms arranged enfilade with en-suite baths culminating in a corner bedroom facing north and east. the apartment features a second living and dining room with east and south windows facing onto the gm building and the plaza hotel. there is a second kitchen off the dining room with a door leading to the service entry and a second powder room adjacent to the living room.branching out to nearly all rooms of this residence, the entry hall leads to coat closets, a security room, a powder room, access to the kitchen, main living room, bedroom suites, and the rear living room which includes views of the gm building and the plaza hotel.exquisite renovation, extraordinary light and elegant arrangement of space for comfort and privacy: all are here in a gracious and serene home Featuring: Thru the Wall Air Conditioning, Doorman, Attended Lobby, Concierge, Elevator Attendant, Health Club, Laundry Room, Pre-War
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