With interior design by New York-based architect, designer and artist Thierry Despont, Residence 38A is a 2,930 SF (272.2 SM) north and east facing two bedroom featuring high ceilings, gracious proportions, and the rich attention to detail of a bespoke privately commissioned home. Interior features include 4" wide plank solid American oak floors, fully customized kitchens and baths, and elegantly crafted furniture-grade 9' tall walnut doors with custom designed bronze hardware inspired by the towers distinctive silhouette. Enclosed behind large pocket doors, creating maximum flexibility, the kitchen features polished statuary marble countertops and backlit backsplash with custom back-painted glass cabinetry by Molteni. Kitchen appliances include a Miele low profile cooktop, oven, coffee maker, speed oven, fully-incorporated dishwasher and vented hood, and Sub-Zero refrigerator and wine refrigerator. The master bath is clad in Noir St. Laurent marble, golden travertine and Verona limestone, with a custom carved stone vanity and medicine cabinet above. The master bath also features radiant heated floors and Dornbracht fittings and accessories. High above The Museum of Modern Art, a short walk to Fifth Avenue and mere blocks from Central Park, the Jean Nouvel-designed 53 West 53 is an exclusive collection of residences with super-luxury, hotel-like services and amenities. Now welcoming residents.
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