A stunning gut-renovated residence at Museum Tower in NYC has just hit the market for a cool $9.45 million. At 4,500 square feet, the combination of Residence 36AF and 36E includes four bedrooms, five bathrooms, and one-half bath. Its one-of-a-kind floor plan offers northern, eastern, and western exposures.
The 36-foot living room is the perfect place to admire the spectacular views of Central Park and the New York skyline.
A grand dining room is an exquisite and dedicated space for a fine dining experience and intimate entertaining.
The separate, eastern-facing kitchen boasts an oversized island with generous space for seating.
The primary bedroom has a large dressing room and an oversized bathroom. The three additional bedrooms also have contemporary en-suite bathrooms complete with walk-in wardrobes and New York views.
This residence is a massive combination of two popular lines in the building offering a truly unique floorplate for someone who appreciates a condominium that has always been known for its cult art-enthusiast-following (it is across the street from the MoMA).
Designed by Cesar Pelli and is directly adjacent to the MoMA, Museum Tower is a 52-story tower that features six floors of museum activities and 240 condominiums. Amenities include a doorman, concierge, fitness center with sauna/steam room, conference room, and a landscaped rooftop terrace. The lobby of the building has an impressive private art collection with artists like Picasso and Caro. The condo is located next to a Michelin-star restaurant The Modern (re-opening soon).