Perched on the fifteenth floor of 5th on the Park, this sun-flooded residence offers sweeping Park and city views to the South and East. Standing on the large planted balcony one looks across the treetops of Central Park to the skyline of the majestic Billionaires Row and the iconic Upper West Side. Facing East the view is open with the Whitestone Bridge visible in the distance. With its spacious rooms and wide-plank, white oak floors, this home is one of few with ceiling heights of close to ten feet.The open living and dining room are prefect for entertaining when the New York Marathon passes down below. The kitchen with stainless steel appliances opens up into the dining room and to the gorgeous South-facing view. Both generously sized bedrooms face East and get great morning light. The master bathroom is ensuite and the second bathroom is across the hallway. The large bedroom closet is outfitted by California Closet and the owner added a pantry and a linen closet to the residence which gives it ample closet space. There is a Bosch Washer and Dryer off the hallway.5th on the Park is a white glove building which offers a pool, gym, two common terraces and a playroom. There is a garage in the building as well. This unique high-rise building in South Harlem is located right on Marcus Garvey Park and Central Park is only a few blocks away. The green lines and red lines stations are close by which allows quick access to Midtown and Downtown Manhattan and beyond, and there are a myriad of great restaurants and shops close by. Pets allowed. Tax abatement until 2034.