A Perfect Pied-à-terre on Billionaire’s Row
Located on the most prestigious block of midtown Manhattan, with views of Central Park, Residence 37A at Pritzker Prize-winning architect Christian de Portzamparc’s 157 West 57thStreet offers its future owner a perfectly appointed 1 bedroom, 1.5 bathroom pied-à-terre or investment property.
Both gracious and bright, this perfect home features 11’ ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows, oversized doors, and a large open kitchen. Designed by Thomas Juul-Hansen, the interior finishes include rift-saw white oak floors and a Smallbone of Devizes kitchen with custom crafted wood cabinetry, granite counters, professional grade Miele appliances, and a Subzero wine cooler. The master bathroom features Italian marble and onyx finishes, a Savina vanity, Zuma soaking tub and separate shower, as well as radiant heated floors and custom designed hardware and light fixtures. The powder room includes onyx and black glass details. Smart Home technology, custom motorized shades, and a utility closet—equipped with a Miele washer/dryer—just off the entranceway complete the space.
Standing directly south of the Essex House, between Carnegie Hall and The Russian Tea Room, One57 is an extraordinary building that anchors the world-renowned Billionaire’s Row of Manhattan. Along with access to the internationally acclaimed amenities of the Park Hyatt Hotel, which includes the Spa Nalai and health club—with a triple height indoor swimming pool—overlooking Carnegie Hall, residents of One57 benefit from a host of private amenities such as 24/7 doormen, porters and concierge, a function room with a full catering kitchen and/or in-residence catering, a library with billiards table and 24-foot aquarium, an arts and crafts atelier, and a screening and performance room. Discreet additional entry is available on 58th Street, as well as valet parking, bike storage, cold storage and a pet wash room.