This sleek home, with its clean lines and lack of ornamentation, is welcoming and livable. Totally renovated, the strategic reconfiguration keeps the living/sleeping area separated from the kitchen/dining area but still allows light to flow through. Even though it is small, the foyer creates a grand entrance. The efficient and functional windowed kitchen has a modern character: simple cabinetry, industrial hardware, gloss countertops, penny-tile backsplash and factory-inspired pendant lights. The high end appliances include a Miele cooktop and dishwasher, Bosch microwave and Liebherr refrigerator. Because of the well-organized and outfitted closets, this tightly-edited home is anything but cluttered. A "Tiny Tim" that is comfortable and stylish. The purchase of Apartment #12F does not require "Board Approval".
433 East 51st Street is one of the five Art-Deco inspired buildings that comprise the desirable Southgate complex. Developed in 1931 by Bing and Bing and designed by the renowned New York architect Emery Roth, these building feature full-time doormen, landscaped garden, laundry room, bike room and on-site management office. The maintenance includes electricity.