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The Duplex Residence at One Hundred East Fifty Third Street offers a rare opportunity to purchase the largest continuous terrace in Manhattan. Situated directly off of the entry gallery, the homes 5,272 sq. ft. outdoor space is the largest of its kind across one level in any Manhattan condominium and is the only private outdoor space in the entire building.
This gracious 6,646 sq. ft. four bedroom, four-and-a-half bath residence comes with direct double elevator access, arriving at either floor, to find a beautiful keyed rift cut white oak door before stepping into the grand double-height entry gallery outfitted with 8-inch oversized wide-plank white oak flooring, floor-to-ceiling Starphire UV-coated windows, custom full-height curtains and the trademark undulating facade designed by Foster + Partners.
In addition to the double-height entry gallery, the lower level of the home is an entertainers dream and features a striking great room with soaring ceilings with generous space for art and bar area as well as a spacious dining room. The Duplex Residences intricately designed, sculptural staircase serves as a focal point within the home as a monolithic structural piece, creating an additional composition in the gallery space as it transitions to the homes second floor, where all living quarters are located.
The Foster + Partners-designed chefs kitchen features wire-brushed oak cabinetry with integrated pulls and bronze detailing, Gaggenau and Sub-Zero stainless steel appliances including wine storage, an oversized center island, and Italian Carrara marble knife edge countertops and backsplash. With embedded ventilation and LED lighting, The Duplex Residences kitchen is a true culinary delight that allows for seamless entertaining.
The master suite encompasses the entire south end of the homes upper level and includes a massive bedroom seamlessly connected to a sumptuous master bathroom by way of a private dressing room built out with Foster + Partners-designed custom millwork closets. More akin to a private spa, the master bath features Silver Striato travertine radiant heated flooring, wire-brushed oak vanity with Silver Striato travertine slab countertop and integrated sink, freestanding Apaiser soaking tub and glass-enclosed steam shower and water closet, complemented with Aquabrass fixtures throughout. In addition to the master suite, three additional bedrooms are located on the homes top floor, each outfitted with its own luxurious bathroom.
This elegant and modern residence is further enhanced by a powder room, private service elevator access, concealed Miele washer and dryer, LED lighting throughout, seamlessly integrated linear diffusers, supplemental perimeter under-floor radiant heating, and year-round zoned temperature control via a 4-pipe fan coil HVAC system.
Celebrated interior designer and architect William T. Georgis contributes additional warmth and comfort with a selection of furnishings for both the amenity spaces and the 24-hour attended residential lobby. Hotel-like amenities also include a wellness facility, 60-foot sunlit swimming pool, sauna and steam room, yoga and pilates rooms, highly-curated residential library and residential lounges. 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.
Residents at One Hundred East Fifty Third Street now receive priority reservations to the towers two new restaurants Shun and Le Jardinier from Chef Alain Verzeroli, who worked under Joël Robuchon for 21 years and most recently served as Director of Culinary Operation at Château Restaurant Joël Robuchon in Tokyo.
Buyers at One Hundred East Fifty Third Street have the option to choose from exclusive personalized home furnishing services offered through strategic partnerships with esteemed luxury brands such as 1stDibs, Bloomingdales, Design Within Reach and Luxury Living. With a dedicated concierge on-hand to design their dream home, buyers enjoy the ease of moving into a fully furnished residence that has been tailored to their style.
Located off Park Avenue in the heart of the Midtown Cultural District One Hundred East Fifty Third Street is at the epicenter of New York's 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 city's unique energy.
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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