Stunning Central Park and New York City skyline views abound from this contemporary and loft like 3632 square foot home in the highly sought after Metropolitan Tower at 146 West 57th Street on Billionaires Row.
Luxurious and light-filled, apartment 61BT features an expansive 57 foot living and dining area and enjoys breathtaking views of Central Park and the New York City skyline through floor to ceiling windows that flood the entire space with light.
Currently configured as 5 bedrooms and 2.5 baths, this spacious home can also be configured as 5 bedrooms and 4.5 baths.
The elegant white-glove condominium Metropolitan Tower at 146 West 57th Street, has it all and is considered one of the finest contemporary residential buildings in New York City.
Metropolitan Tower offers its residents a full complement of luxurious hotel style amenities including an in house concierge, maid, laundry, and valet services, as well as a fully attended garage, including chauffeur waiting areas. There is also a wine cellar, common storage, laundry and bike rooms and an additional entrance on West 56th Street.
The Club Metropolitan Restaurant on the 30th floor for residents only serves lunch and dinner in its private dining room and outdoor terrace. They also offer a complimentary breakfast, room service, and seasonal wine and food tastings.
The well equipped fitness center on the 30th floor offers personal trainers, steam room, sauna and massage therapy. There is also a 20 by 40 swimming pool surrounded by open New York City views.
Next door to Carnegie Hall and the Russian Tea Room and just minutes away from Central Park, Lincoln Center, Columbus Circle, and the Theater District, at Metropolitan Tower you have the best of New York City's dining, shopping, and entertainment at your fingertips.
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