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House In New York, United States
US $1,995,000
Property features
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  • 2 bedrooms
  • thru the wall air conditioning
  • pets allowed
  • pre-war
  • doorman
  • attended lobby
  • fitness room
  • laundry room
Property description
rare meticulously preserved mid-century modern home
Apartment 26A in the legendary Ritz Tower is a rare meticulously preserved mid-century modern two-bedroom gem, high on the corner of 57th and Park. With three exposures North, South, and West, two breathtaking terraces, Apartment 26A is primed to become your elegant and chic home in the sky- in one of the most iconic and storied white-glove buildings in NYC. Gleaming white marble floors throughout and seamless rounded window casings and moldings give you an unbelievably bright space, graced with natural light all day long. The jaw dropping entertaining and living space spans the entire width of the building, with breathtaking views of the city highlighted by Midtown's greatest architecture- framed by this home's 14 dramatic windows. This singular home- one of the very few with private outdoor space at the Ritz Tower- is outfitted with discreet lighting, ample built-in closets, a pristine stainless-steel kitchen, and renovated modern windowed bathrooms. Once the tallest residential apartment tower in the world when built in 1926 and designed by noted architect Emery Roth - The Ritz Tower is a white-glove co-op that offers five-star service, with one of the most capable and hospitable staffs imaginable- perfectly situated at the nexus of Midtown and the Upper East Side. Among its many amenities are an exclusive chef, 24 hour concierge and doormen, house-keeping services, valet and porters. The fitness facilities have recently been remodeled and updated, as well as the conference room and business center. The building is pet-friendly, allows pied-a-terres, 50% financing, and conditionally accepts purchases both in Trusts and LLCs.

465, PARK AVENUE, New York, New York, United States
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