This sophisticated Manhattan residence is located in one of New York City's most highly regarded Full-Service White-Glove Condominiums, 500 Park Tower Condominium at the corner of Park Avenue and 59th Street.
Enter 34B through double entry doors into a gallery leading to the large corner living room and dining area with sweeping City views of Central Park, Upper East Side, and 59th Street Bridge. At 2001 sf, you don't see room sizes or a floor plan like this too often. Pocket doors connect you to the library with a wood burning fireplace and beautiful built ins. The library could also serve as the guest room or convert to a third bedroom.
The apartment features a windowed eat-in kitchen with great counter space and storage, SubZero refrigerator and top of the line appliances, including a washer/dryer. There is room for a table and chairs to enjoy the view of Central Park.
The oversized primary bedroom suite has beautiful Western views of Central Park, Central Park South, the Sherry Netherland Hotel and Columbus Circle. Window seats line the wall of windows and it's the perfect perch to sit and watch the sunset. Also included in the suite is a large dressing room with wonderful closet place and a nook perfect for a desk. The windowed en-suite bathroom has a jacuzzi tub with views, a large shower, a water closet and a bidet.
The second bedroom is very spacious with great closet space and beautiful white marble en-suite bath with a large shower. Other apartment features include gorgeous hard wood floors, molding throughout, custom lighting, a powder room and a storage unit.
The building, designed by renowned architect James Polchek, who was awarded the gold medal for outstanding architecture by the AIA, features full-time doorman/concierge, a roof garden and private storage. World-Class shopping abounds nearby including: Louis Vuitton, Chanel, Bergdorf, Tiffany and other fine establishments along NYC's Gold Coast. Fine dining also awaits you just outside with such notables: Le Bilboquet, Avra Estiatorio, La Goulue, Nello's, Phillip Chow, and Vaucluse.