Completed in 1999, the Impala is a thirty-one-floor Condominium designed by the architect Michael Graves located in the Lenox Hill neighbourhood on the east side of Manhattan. A pleasant and professional staff runs the building and includes a full-time doorman and concierge.
Enter the building through the stylish lobby along an access corridor to the reception desk. A private paved and landscaped courtyard decorated with Impala sculptures behind reception serves as a shared space for tenants.
Apartment 8A is a three-bedroom, three-bathroom condominium that affords you an incredible amount of Manhattan real estate for the price. The apartment is replete with storage throughout the property.
The living, dining, kitchen area, and the guest bathroom is laid out to the apartment's right-hand side as you enter, the main en-suite bedroom and two additional bedrooms and a bathroom to the left.
The living room bathes in light, brought in by three large eastern facing window exposures. There is storage space in an alcove to the rear of the room. There is ample space in the living area for an office desk set up to look out on Manhatten views. The open plan continues to the dining area and kitchen with its recently extended bar with its additional storage. The kitchen also has a built-in wine fridge. Across from the living area tucked out of view is the guest bathroom.
The corridor that leads you to the bedroom and bathroom side of the apartment is home to a further three storage cupboards.
The main bedroom is en-suite, contains two walk-in closets, and enjoys northern exposures via two large apexed windows.
Walk back into the corridor and turn into a gallery area, which currently serves as bike storage. Further along the gallery area, the second and third bedrooms are located together with a third bathroom. Both bedrooms enjoy west-facing windows.
building amenities include:
a fitness center with steam-sauna-spa and massage rooms,
a business center with conference room,
a children's playroom,
a bike room,
and a storage room.
The Impala is pet-friendly.
The Impala is a smoke-free building.
The Impala located a short walk from the Q, N, R, and six trains and is a short drive from the FDR Drive.
Numerous bars and restaurants such as the Jones Wood Foundry and Sushi Ishikawa dot the immediate area.