Come home to a white glove lifestyle at Museum Tower. Situated on the sky-high 36th floor above the legendary Museum of Modern Art, this spectacularly expansive corner two bedroom home has been completely renovated to perfection for you. In a world where details matter, Apartment 36D is a singular experience from start to finish: from the 10 floor to ceiling windows throughout which frame a remarkable geometric Manhattan skyline, to the handsome herringbone walnut floors to the brand new Poggenpohl custom kitchen with stainless Subzero and Miehle appliances, to the pristine Carrera Marble baths with Duavit smart commode, to your own in-home laundry - no expense was spared throughout for you. And the floor plan allows for gracious living with its oversized split bedrooms, generous closet storage and a wonderfully vast living and dining area. Museum Tower is a residential building unlike any other. With a professional and courteous staff of 52, a state of the art fitness center, Norwegian sauna, media, conference and wine tasting/storage and a beautifully landscaped roof terrace overlooking the incomparable MoMA gardens you can enjoy New York luxury at its finest.
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