Designed by Benjamin Noriega-Ortiz, what makes duplex Residence 6/7F unique in all of legendary River House is its ethereal nature. Nearly 70 feet of unencumbered space is dedicated to main living and entertaining on the first floor, while 70+ feet of river frontage on two floors feature sweeping bridge, river and City views to the east and south. Four exposures and high ceilings throughout provide ample volume and air, which imbue the home with a certain loftiness and luminosity not usually associated with a classical Art Deco flat. The entertaining floor features a corner living room with bay window and fireplace, an expansive dining space, a gracious foyer, a library/den, an office, a guest powder room, a windowed eat-in kitchen, two graciously sized staff rooms, laundry area, and a full staff bathroom. On the second floor are three grand bedroomsall with bathrooms en-suiteand each with large walk-in closets. The master bedroom suite encompasses the full width of the second floor. It has gorgeous direct river and City views to the east and south, an attached alcove study, a balcony, a large master bath, and bountiful closet/dressing space. The building's elevators are accessible from both the 6th and 7th floors levels.
The River House is a regal, prewar, full-service cooperative. Its residences have historically been some of the most coveted in all of New York City, and its residents some of the most influential and distinguished. Built in 1931 by Bottomley, Wagner, and White, this 26 story Art Deco building is known for its architecture and service. Privacy of the tenants is of paramount importance to the building staff. Adjacent to the apartment building resides the River Club, which offers residents peripheral membership and access to certain services for a small fee, as well as a streamlined application process and a discount for full membership to the club.
*3% Flip Tax (payable by the purchaser)