If you like the feel and style of Philippe Stark you will want to see this lofted studio with terrace. You enter into the foyer which has a small bar area with a stainless U-Line 24 bottle wine cooler. The apartment has rare imported European white maple floors plus a F-16 fighter jet ladder leading to the huge loft with a perfectly positioned Flat Panel tv. The southern exposed wall of windows lights the entire apartment and a large flat panel finishes off the living room. However, the apartment has imported high end lighting thru out. There is a dining table for two and a stainless Chefs kitchen with Bosch gas stove and convection oven above. Bosch dishwasher and a under cabinet Marvel Refrigerator / freezer. Black granite counter tops with frosted glass tiled back splash and above/ below custom cabinets. The hall of closets have brand new California closets that lead to the bathroom. The bathroom has a imported glass sink and imported stone tiles. If that wasnt enough you get your Apartment Features: South exposure, Terrace, Full city view, Partial city view, Partial skyline view, Floors - hardwood, Light - excellent, Windows - oversized, Modern kitchen, Renovated bathroom, Great closet space, Dishwasher Building Features: Roof deck, Security guard.
Midtown East, which encompasses the Plaza District, is home to many the largest financial institutions in the world. Hedge funds, asset managers, financial advisors and investment banks fill the renowned Class A office buildings between 34th and 59th Street on Park Avenue, Madison Avenue, Fifth Avenue, and the like. Many law firms, accounting firms, media companies and insurance agencies have offices in Midtown East as well, which makes it a networking nucleus for the world’s most powerful people. Rockefeller Center, The Empire State Building, Grand Central Station, The Seagram Building, The Lipstick Building, The MetLife Building, The GM Building, The Chrysler Building, and The Helmsley Building are just a few of the landmark properties that distinguish Midtown East from the rest of Manhattan. Whereas Midtown East has notoriously been known for having some of the most expensive commercial real estate in the world, we’ve seen steep declines in per square foot prices since September 2008 which is a direct affect of the problems on Wall St and excess sublet space surfacing on the market. Midtown East includes the Park Avenue district, the Grand Central district, the 6th Avenue district and Rockefeller Center.