This sophisticated apartment successfully marries pre-war elegance and contemporary style-albeit its easy to see that real life is an integral part of the equation. This meticulous gut renovation took 2 years to complete, so its not surprising the attention to detail approaches a level rarely seen. In one word, the finishes are luxurious. The most salient features include 11 foot ceilings, Lutron lighting, a full Crestron system and a wall of refurbished blown glass windows overlooking Madison Avenue, not to mention the parquet de Versailles flooring throughout. The center island kitchen with its show stopping solid slab of Vermont marble, is equipped with a Wolf range, Gaggenau ovens and Bosch appliances including washer & dryer. Since seeing is believing, come view this very special home for yourself.
The Upper East Side is a neighborhood of New York City that is defined by high end boutiques, restaurants and residences. The Upper East Side boasts one of the wealthiest residential populations in the country, with elegant townhouses and brownstones lining Park Avenue, Madison Avenue and Lexington Avenue. Embedded within the Upper East Side are the neighborhoods of Yorkville (centered on 86th Street and Third Avenue), Carnegie Hill (centered on 92nd Street and Fifth Avenue) and Lenox Hill (centered on 69th Street and 1st Avenue). The Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Guggenheim Museum, Dylan's Candy Bar, Bloomingdale's and the Central Park Zoo are just a few of the cultural and shopping icons located on the Upper East Side.