Sunlit Seven at 1060 Fifth Avenue
1060 Fifth Avenue epitomizes classic, luxury living. Designed in 1928 by noted architect James Carpenter, its grandeur, abundance, and beauty offer timeless appeal.
Bright and open, Apartment 8C flows seamlessly. Its broad, square entrance foyer opens to the home's main living spaces: A 30-foot corner living room with grand windows facing south and east and a formal dining room. The home's private sleeping quarters contain two large bedrooms with en-suite windowed baths. A semi-private landing makes the apartment exceptionally private. There is generous closet and storage space throughout.
The 11-foot ceilings of this home, a rare offering, highlight and heighten its light, space, and majesty. The apartment has two staff rooms and a large serving hall easily convertible to suit the future homeowner's needs. The apartment comes with two large storage units (one originally set up for laundry) and a closet-sized vault.
Victoria Hagen designed the elegant, renovated lobby of 1060 5th Avenue. The building is rich in amenities, including a substantial, handsomely equipped sky-lit gym, a resistance swimming pool, a golf simulator, and a much-loved half basketball court.
With only 48 original apartments, 1060 Fifth Avenue is both intimate and stately, renowned for the warmth and professionalism of its staff and its exceptional location. The building is an integral component of the Carnegie Hill Historic District, a peaceful neighborhood with a high degree of architectural history and a distinct sense of place. Charming restaurants, boutique shopping, and notable museums may be found throughout. Central Park, that 842-acre jewel and perhaps the most significant amenity in the city is right on the corner.
The building has an excellent Resident Manager, full-time staff, and allows up to 50% financing. There is a 3% flip tax payable by the buyer and no summer work rules.