Refined living awaits at the architecturally-distinctive full-service Three Ten condominium in the heart of vibrant Midtown! This stunning modern duplex, converted to two bedrooms, has been extensively updated and designed by famous designer Karim Rashid.
Massive windows, generous light, soaring 18' ceiling height, new 7'5'-wide French oak hardwood floors and sleek finishes throughout make an elegant impression. Among the other high-end upgrades that have been recently and thoughtfully integrated include designer vanities, upgraded showers and Karim Rashid faucets in both spa-like baths; 2 fabulous walk-in custom-outfitted closets with Elfa storage systems in the primary and secondary bedroom; a new washer and dryer; automated window blinds in the living room; new blackouts in the bedrooms; and an upgraded HVAC cover with solid Corian creating a functional window bench in the living area.
The dramatic main level is ideal for entertaining marked by towering ceilings and an open-concept layout for seamless living and dining. The contemporary open kitchen is well-equipped for the chef featuring high-end materials, premium appliances, and a large new island. Also found on level one is a bedroom, home office area, and beautiful full bath. Take the stairs to level two reserved for your primary bedroom, brightened by a floor-to-ceiling glass wall. Adjoining is an indulgent marble-clad bathroom offering dual sinks, exceptional vanity and medicine cabinet storage, and a soothing soaking tub/shower.
Three Ten is a smoke-free, 31-story luxury condominium with an excellent staff of 24/7 doormen, concierge service, repairmen and a building manager who take great care of the residence. You'll also enjoy an onsite fitness center, laundry room, rand spacious courtyard on the ground level. Equally attractive is free window cleaning too (inside and outside) twice a year, and HVAC maintenance with filter replacement two to four times per year.
The prime address in Turtle Bay, one of Manhattan's most sought-after neighborhoods, is close to Rockefeller Center, Radio City Music Hall, Saks Fifth Avenue, Bloomingdale's, Grand Central Terminal and more.