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100 West 58th St. 4B, New York, NY 10019

$6,500/mo
Listing Details:
$6,500 Price
Condo Property Type
Midtown Central Neighborhood
2 Beds
2.5 Baths
1,547 Approx. Sq. Ft.
Key Features:
Doorman
Prewar
Gym
Elevator
Laundry
Allows Pets
Rooftop Access
Storage
Unit Laundry
Description:

$6,500/MO FURNISHED RENTAL ALSO AVAILABLE UNFURNISHED AT $6,750/MO

Located on the corridor that is becoming Manhattans most prestigious, this perfect two-bedroom apartment boasts versatile, open entertaining space in a premier, Rosario Candela-designed, Gwathmey & Siegels-redefined building. Enjoy beautiful eastern views from the living/dining area and gourmet kitchen with Viking and Sub-Zero appliances.

Both bedrooms are generously proportioned and have en-suite baths and abundant closet space throughout. An additional powder room is conveniently located off the gallery, in addition to a full-sized washer and dryer.

Originally conceived as the Windsor Helmsley Hotel and converted in Condominium in 2005, the building offers White Glove services including a concierge, 24-hour doorman and porters; Superintendent on site, a fitness center, and a roof-top terrace.

The location is one block directly south of the middle of Central Park and one block away from the shopping mecca that is Fifth Avenue and 57th Street. Plenty opportunities for cultural endeavors: Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, museums, galleries, the theater district and all 843 acres of central park. Breakfast in Tiffanys with lunch at Per Se, down the block from Nobu, Jean-Georges and Petrossian and a short walk to Columbus Circles Whole Foods, Equinox or Reebok Sports Center.





Listing courtesy of UbiQ NY Ltd.

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