Magnificent views from every room in this expansive, full-floor residence at the notable Campanile cooperative. Once home to Greta Garbo, Rex Harrison, and other luminaries, the Campanile exudes elegance and has become a symbol of old world New York glamour. Perched on the 9th floor of this pre-war, white-glove cooperative, the residence boasts unobstructed views to the South, East and West, and encompasses nearly 3000 square feet of flexible living space. One exits the attended elevator onto the apartment's own landing, providing optimum privacy. The entrance gallery, complete with powder room and coat closet, leads to an enormous living room bathed in southern light, with a wood-burning fireplace and dramatic, sweeping views of the river. From the living room one enters the dining room and generous library/bedroom, which both have enormous windows that frame scenes of the river and skyline.Wrapped in water views, the master bedroom occupies the northeast corner of the residence, evoking the illusion of floating above the river. An additional bedroom is located in the northwest corner of the residence. The flexible layout of this full floor apartment presents the opportunity and space to create a magnificent custom residence, within one of the most iconic buildings in Manhattan.