HEART OF THE CITY
Located on the 25th floor of a quiet residential high-rise just between Midtown and the Upper East Side, this modern two-bedroom, two-bath New York City residence is an architectural wonder. Floor-to-ceiling windows and two private balconies present unparalleled south-facing views and fill the space with warmth and light. Inside, the open living and dining area with 20-ft. ceilings creates a feeling of spaciousness, while the clean and crisp design, rendered with rich materials makes this luxury residence feel like home.
A full gourmet kitchen with bar-style seating is the perfect spot to enjoy a glass of wine or a home-cooked meal, while a separate sitting space in the living area is ideal for relaxing with a good book after a day out exploring.
Here, you also have access to the building’s private amenities including a resort-style fitness center, tenant lounge, and a landscaped rooftop terrace.
There’s no other city like New York, New York. Its buzzing, crowded streets lead you through uniquely distinct neighborhoods, waiting to be explored. A vibrant arts scene flourishes alongside some of the best shopping and dining options in the world. And with too many cultural attractions to list, you’ll never run out of things to do. There’s something here for everyone, and a 24/7 energy that can’t be found any place else.
While each NYC neighborhood is a gem waiting to be discovered, and each block offers something new to explore, one of the most iconic, must-see areas in the city is Midtown East.
Home to the biggest names in finance, media, and retail, along with UN Headquarters, pockets of greenspace, and a cosmopolitan community vibe, this is the classic bustling New York neighborhood that everyone recognizes from movies and TV. From its famed skyscrapers and landmark buildings, to its notable shops, restaurants, and tree-lined cross streets housing some of the city’s nicest brownstones, Midtown East offers the very best of New York living right outside your front door.
Explore one of New York’s most iconic landmarks. More than a bustling transportation hub, Grand Central Terminal is an architectural masterpiece featuring elegant details, arched windows, a vaulted celestial ceiling, and more. It’s also home to more than 30 restaurants, and the Grand Central Market, one of the area’s most unique shopping experiences. Free tours are available daily.
Enjoy the best in luxury shopping along Manhattan’s famed Fifth Avenue. Here you’ll find the biggest names in high-end department stores, including Bergdorf Goodman and Saks Fifth Avenue, alongside grandiose designer shops from Gucci, Valentino, Dolce & Gabbana, Armani, and more. If you’re in the market for jewelry, or just want to window shop, be sure to stop by Tiffany & Co., New York’s oldest and most famous jeweler.
Midtown East is home to several popular pocket parks, but the most renowned has to be Greenacre Park. Located on 51st Street, this 60-foot by 120-foot greenspace has been named one of the best parks in the world by Project for Public Spaces. Take a break here from the noise and bustle of the city to enjoy the greenery and quiet. There is a delightful 25-foot waterfall that drowns out the sounds of nearby traffic.
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“If you like architecture, you’re in for a treat in Midtown East. The neighborhood is a wonderland of Beaux Arts and Art Deco splendor, rooted in renowned structures like Grand Central Terminal and the Chrysler Building. When you’re done gazing at the buildings, it’s time to shop. Midtown East is where you’ll find Bergdorf Goodman, Bloomingdale’s, and other famous department stores.” – TripSavvy