Elegant and modern living awaits in this iconic pre-war apartment. This second floor corner unit is bursting with character details from the sweeping oak floors to the sky-high beamed ceilings. The layout features a long entrance hall with room for a library wall or perhaps a personal gallery to hang your favorite art.
From here, the hallway opens into the living room where the oversized windows capture the southern exposure with plenty of natural light throughout the day and views of the twinkling city skyline at night. There is a kitchen to service the home, plus a windowed bathroom located between the living space and the bedroom.
This beautiful apartment is set within the historic Whitby that has played host to the likes of icons such as Doris Day, Al Capone and George Burns.
Architecturally designed and built in 1923, this is an elegant full-service co-op with a stunning rooftop deck, a 24-hour doorman, a new laundry room, a storage and bike room, a stunning art-deco inspired lobby and an enviable location in the heart of the Theater District.