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An elegant oak entry door welcomes you to this gracious 1,638 SF two bedroom, two-and-a-half-bath residence situated in the tower of One Hundred East Fifty Third Street. Interiors elegantly conceal service functions, balance soaring views and domestic intimacy, and allocate generous space for art.
Enter into the spacious corner living and dining room with northern and eastern exposures outfitted with Carlisle 8 oversized wide-plank white oak flooring, floor-to-ceiling Starphire UV-coated windows, custom full-height curtains, and nearly 10-foot ceilings with integrated reveals for custom lighting that draw attention to views and light.
The Foster + Partners-designed open chefs kitchen features wire-brushed oak cabinetry with integrated pulls and bronze detailing, cabinet-fronted Gaggenau stainless steel appliances, a 96 X 26 center island, and Italian Carrara marble knife edge countertops and backsplash with embedded ventilation and LED lighting a true culinary delight that allows for seamless entertaining.
The split bedroom layout features two private master suites with luxurious ensuite master bathrooms. Master Suite Ones bathroom is adorned with heated Silver Striatio travertine floors, a wire-brushed oak vanity with Silver Striato travertine slab countertop and integrated sink, glass-enclosed shower with rainhead, and complemented with Aquabrass fixtures throughout.
This elegant and modern residence is enhanced by dramatic western, northern, and eastern exposures, ample closet space, a private guest powder room, concealed Miele washer and dryer, LED lighting throughout, seamlessly integrated linear diffusers, and year-round zoned temperature control via a 4-pipe fan coil HVAC system.
Located off Park Avenue in the heart of the Midtown Cultural District One Hundred East Fifty Third Street is at the epicenter of New Yorks entertainment, business, and cultural community. This intersection of global business and world-class culture boasts incomparable dining, art, luxury shopping on the world famous Fifth Avenue corridor, Central Park, architectural icons, landmark performance venues, and other symbols of the citys unique energy.
Hotel-like amenities include a wellness facility, 60-foot sunlit swimming pool, sauna and steam room, yoga and pilates rooms, library, lounges and and world-class dining by Michelin-starred chef Alain Verzeroli. In all, One Hundred East Fifty Third Street is not simply a jewel of contemporary architecture, but also an invitation to rethink ones standards of comfort and elegance.
Artist renderings reflect the planned scale and interior design and are subject to the sponsors right to make changes to material specifications and design. Views shown are approximate and will vary depending on unit and floor. Not all residences contain the same material specifications, finishes and appliances. All dimensions are approximate and subject to construction variances. Plans, layouts, and dimensions may contain minor variations from floor to floor. Sponsor reserves right to make changes in accordance with the terms of the Offering Plan. The complete offering terms are in an Offering Plan available from the Sponsor, File No. CD# 15-0075. Sponsor: 610 Lexington Property LLC, 390 Park Avenue, 3rd Floor, New York, N.Y. 10022. We are pledged to the letter and the spirit of U.S. policy for the achievement of equal housing opportunity throughout the Nation. We encourage and support an affirmative advertising and marketing program in which there are no barriers to obtaining housing because of race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status or national origin.
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