A sophisticated split two-bedroom, two bath residence featuring 9'5" ceilings with herringbone oak flooring throughout, articulating classic elegance and gracious, functional living space. The formal entry foyer opens to a gorgeous great room and kitchen with west exposures. Adjacent to the dining room is a lavish custom-designed open kitchen featuring white lacquered cabinetry complimented by Taj Mahal quartzite countertops and backsplash. The kitchen is fully equipped with state-of-the-art integrated Gaggenau appliances, including a 5-burner stainless steel cooktop, refrigerator, freezer, dishwasher, and built-in 24-inch microwave.
The primary suite features large closets and a luxurious, large en-suite bathroom with radiant floor heating, polished Namibia honed white marble floor and walls. Completed with custom Crema Delicato marble slab vanity countertop and integrated double sinks, Henry antique brass fixtures with Clara undermount sink by Waterworks, and Duravit toilet.
In addition to the primary bedroom, there is a secondary well-proportioned bedroom with excellent closet space. The secondary bathroom is appointed with Flandre Marmi honed porcelain tile walls, custom honed vanity countertops and marble mosaic floors bath accent wall by Asian Statuario. An undermount bathtub offers elegant bathing experiences combined with Henry antique brass fixtures and Clara undermount sink by Waterworks, and Duravit toilet. Completing this wonderful home is a laundry room with side-by-side Bosch washer and dryer.
The signature powder room located right off entry foyer offers Namibia honed white marble tile floors and walls, with Crema Delicato marble slab vanity countertop. Features include Henry fixtures in antique brass, and Duravit toilet.
The collection of 41 one to four+ bedroom condominium residences at 2505 Broadway, blend traditional and modern living with well-considered living spaces. Beautifully designed from the inside out by renowned ODA Architects with a modern take on the traditional architecture of the Upper West Side. The fa ade, private terraces, entrance foyers, and detailed flourishes embrace the hallmarks of pre-war buildings, while diverse floorplans, including the Penthouse and Duplexes with private terraces, are tailored for today's residents.