This sprawling three-bedroom, three-and-a-half bathroom delivers style and comfort at the Galleria Condominium, one of Midtown East's most revered buildings.
Step into this 2,050-square-foot high-floor residence and take in fantastic city views and in a wealth of fine finishes. Luxurious wainscoting, wall treatments and designer lighting set an elegant tone throughout living spaces, and each bathroom features stone and designer fixtures. Classic tile flooring greets you in the entry, while rich herringbone hardwood paves the great room and lush carpeting adds calm to bedrooms.
With a gracious flow and layout for entertaining, the welcoming foyer ushers guests to the expansive living and dining areas where a built-in bar is hemmed by frameless glass doors. The foiled tray ceiling adds a touch of glamour in the dining room, and the nearby kitchen, accessed both from the dining room and the foyer, features deep-stained cabinetry, granite counters and premium stainless steel appliances.
The master suite boasts a massive walk-in closet and an en suite bathroom awash in marble. The second bedroom includes a private bath and walls of windows on two exposures, and the third bedroom is situated directly across from the third full bathroom. A large foyer closet and powder room, plus an in-unit washer-dryer, add comfort and convenience to this contemporary Midtown residence.
The Galleria offers attentive full-service staff including full-time doorman, concierge, elevator attendant and live-in super. Residents also enjoy a phenomenal list of amenities, including a state-of-the-art health club with pool and spa and a 54th-floor sky terrace lounge with a breathtaking views of Central Park and the city skyline. The lobby offers direct access to the building's parking garage, Nare Sushi, a beauty salon, seamstress, food stores and dry cleaners.
Located near the corner of Park Avenue and 57th Street, the building straddles the border of Midtown East and the Upper East Side. World-famous shopping, dining and cultural institutions are found in literally every direction. Central Park is just four short blocks away, and MoMa and the Museum Mile are at your disposal from this central Manhattan enclave.