Architect Deborah Berke designed the elegant interiors of these condos. Ceilings rise more than 12-feet high, solid oak flooring, and eat-in kitchens feature windows with spectacular views. Kitchens have white lacquer and natural oak cabinets, marble countertops and floors, fixtures by Dornbracht, and Miele stainless steel appliances. Master baths have free-standing soaking tubs and are fitted in slabs of Italian statuario marble with radiant heated floors and marble vanities. Master suites include dressing rooms, as well.
Lean and tall at a remarkable 96 stories, this property rises above Central Park, the Hudson and East Rivers, and has impressive views of the Atlantic Ocean and the Manhattan skyline. Resident amenities also rise above those of other buildings and include a lounge, private restaurant, indoor swimming pool, outdoor terrace, spa with sauna, steam, and massage rooms, and a library. Other perks include a billiards room, screening room, conference room, concierge, 24-hour doorman, on-site parking garage, valet, and en-suite room service.
The Midtown East location is close to the United Nations, Grand Central Station, and the major office buildings that characterize Midtown Manhattan. Restaurants, nightlife, and shops can be easily found along 2nd Avenue where the building sits, as well as a number of luxury condo towers that have recently sprouted up over the years.