3,466 sq. ft.
This spectacular 4-bedroom, 4.5-bathroom home offers truly unbeatable Central Park views from its supremely enviable perch on the 51st floor of New-York's most exclusive new building One57, the striking glass tower overlooking the city from Billionaires Row.
Designed by Pritzker Prize-winning French architect Christian de Portzamparc, this brand new showpiece of the Manhattan skyline boasts five-star-hotel-style service from Park Hyatt and dramatic interiors by designer Thomas Juul-Hansen.
The breathtaking centerpiece of the apartment is the grand salon, a wide-open entertaining space with floor-to-ceiling windows offering unending vistas out over the city skyline and park. A long gallery space - perfect for a discerning art collector - leads back to the four bedrooms, all with prime views from floor-to-ceiling windows and luxurious en-suite baths. The park-facing master has a huge walk-in closet, separate dressing area, and spacious bathroom with his-and-hers vanities, plus a deep soaking tub with direct park views - the ultimate spot for a sumptuous soak.
The separate eat-in kitchen features a large central island and top-of-the-line appliances, including dual dishwashers and a wine fridge, and there is a washer/dryer within the apartment.
From an indoor pool, fitness center, steam rooms, and yoga studio to private dining, event space, and 24-hour concierge service, every imaginable amenity is at your fingertips here at One57. The iconic location is in the absolute heart of Manhattan. Walk outside to Central Park, The Plaza hotel, Columbus Circle, and Carnegie Hall. Shop at Bergdorf and Dior on Fifth Avenue; dine at Per Se and Daniel. This is New York City living at its absolute finest. Furnishings available for purchase.
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It is a home to dozens of financial corporations’ headquarters, well-developed industry, biotechnologies, Internet business – this makes New York City #1 in economic potential among the cities of the world. Real estate prices are stably high and increase constantly. Even the U.S. financial crisis of 2008 could not harm the local real estate market.
New York is the most densely populated city of the United States, which keeps the demand for accommodation high and increases rent rates, which means steady profits for an investor.
The city is ranked 9th in the world in terms of living standards, boasting great infrastructure and the most vivid life you could imagine. Only here you can have a TV star as a neighbor and drink coffee in a café every morning next to a Hollywood actor.