Designed by internationally acclaimed architect Rafael Vinoly with luxuriously appointed interiors by Jeffrey Beers International, Residence 33C is a 1,397 SF (130 SM) corner split two-bedroom with south west exposure showcasing panoramic Downtown views including the Hudson River, One World Trade, and beyond. A subtle and serene array of warm, natural materials complements the towers robust modern architecture. Perimeter columns establish an alternating rhythm of vertical floor-to-ceiling windows framing the views along multiple exposures and solid walls for displaying art. Interiors are graced with ceiling heights reaching over ten feet, in addition to a selection of warm woods and elegant natural stones. The open kitchen is a palette of pale-oak cabinets with upper cabinets provided in metal trimmed white back-painted glass with Calacatta Saccheli polished marble slab center islands, countertops, and backsplash which gives the kitchens a luminous glow. The open windowed kitchen is fully customized with a suite of stainless-steel finish Miele appliances including: refrigerator and freezer, wine cooler, gas cooktop with retractable ventilation hood, convection oven, speed oven, and dishwasher. The master bedroom includes a generous dressing area and windowed en-suite bath featuring full height San Nicola marble walls, heated Bianco Dolomiti marble flooring, handsome walnut cabinets with Bianco Dolomiti marble slab countertop with waterfall sides, Kohler Kathryn sinks, and Dornbracht LULU series faucets in a polished chrome finish. The secondary bath is appointed with Bianco Dolomiti marble walls and floors with a black accent trim and Dornbracht fittings. A light-filled suite of amenities, designed by Jeffrey Beers International, spans two floors and offers residents carefully curated spaces for relaxation, socializing, and recreation with a lobby library featuring a double-height bookcase wall, an entertainment suite featuring a bar and private dining room with catering pantry, a fitness club opening onto the furnished Fifth Avenue Terrace, a games lounge, and a kids club.