A wonderful layout was created from the seamless combination of multiple apartments perched up high on the 39th floor of the Dag Hammarskjold Tower, a well-managed condominium in Midtown East's Turtle Bay. 4 exceptionally large bedrooms and 4 renovated baths grace this residence. Brilliant sunshine floods through all 4 exposures (south, east, north, and west) with views of 3 bridges, the East River, Chrysler Building and Manhattan's midtown cityscape. One enters into a gracious foyer that opens into an exceptionally large living/ dining/ entertaining space. The eat-in chef's kitchen is outfitted with 36 inch Subzero, wine storage, Gaggenau oven/ cooktop, Bosch dishwasher, custom cabinetry and beautiful granite counters. A breakfast bar in addition to space for a full table abuts one of the balconies. A media room offers a large movie screen and can serve as a library or 4th bedroom. The primary bedroom is completely private offering a massive dressing room separate from the bedroom it self. This bedroom is large enough to accommodate a separate seating area or home office. Other amenities include recessed lighting throughout, hardwood floors, and washer dryer.
The Dag Hammarskjold Tower truly is a global address often sought for its proximity to the United Nations. This white glove condominium towers 43 stories and is located in Turtle Bay on the southeast corner of 47th Street and Second Avenue. The building offers a host of luxury amenities that include a resident manager, concierge, full-time doorman and service staff. There is a bike room, additional storage (subject to availability), residents garden and on-site garage. The top floors house the Skyline Lounge that can be privately reserved for functions of up to 150 guests, a swimming pool, health club with sauna and steam rooms, wraparound rooftop deck with gorgeous views, and a children's playroom. Turtle Bay offers a wide range of restaurants, cafes, shops, and bars, and is only a few blocks away from the United Nations. Near many forms of public transportation including Grand Central Station. Pets are welcome.