Large open layouts, quality construction, and finishes. Steps to Central Park and the Theatre District - making it the perfect residence as a second home.
Being in a commercial area, the Centurion may not be in an ideal location for those looking to make it their full-time residence. The neighborhood lacks options for quality dining and shopping; albeit expensive.
As a primary residence, this may not be the most optimal choice. But, if you are looking at it from an investment point of view or plan to use it as a crash pad when visiting the city - this may be the home for you.
The 47 residences inside this building are luxuriously appointed with thoughtful touches. Ceiling heights in most of the units are 10 feet high. Kitchens are equipped with appliances by Sub-Zero, Wolf, and Bosch. Natural walnut cabinetry and teak floors offset the kitchens’ glass countertops. In-unit washers and dryers are made by Bosch Axxis. Several units also have terraces.
Designed by famed architect I.M. Pei, The Centurion is 17 stories tall and built with hand-cut Chamesson limestone and granite. Resident amenities were as thoughtfully considered as the architecture. The lobby greets residents with a waterfall and reflecting pool, watched over by a virtual doorman. Other amenities include a gym, attended garage, concierge, resident super, and storage units.
Located in Midtown, the building is off Fifth Avenue, a prime shopping and sightseeing destination, with plenty of restaurants on Restaurant Row, and cultural opportunities. It is also close to Central Park, Times Square, and Gotham West Market. As the neighborhood continues to see a boom in real estate development more retail destinations continue to make living here desirable.