Located in the sought after mid-century master piece, 870 United Nations Plaza, this apartment is in move-in condition, offers you generous room proportions, large floor to ceiling windows in every room with wonderful north light, sweeping views, and an elegant lifestyle sought after by many. The entrance vestibule leads to the room-sized central gallery that opens to the expansive living room and adjoining dining room large enough for grand-scale entertaining or quiet evenings at home. There is glorious light from the wall of oversized windows with enchanting views of Beekman Place, the serene calm of the East River and city views during the day, which becomes a mosaic of mesmerizing city lights in the evening.
The recently renovated kitchen has top of the line appliances and extensive counter and cabinet space. Off the gallery is the bedroom hallway with the large marble guest bathroom and the second bedroom, currently used as a study/library. The very private master bedroom is 27 feet long and has a marble bathroom en-suite with stall shower. There is a wealth of closets, seven in all with several walk-in, central air conditioning and private storage.
The architectural firm of Harrison & Abramovitz designed 870 United Nations Plaza. They also designed the Metropolitan Opera House and the United Nations, to name a few. Residents not only enjoy living in this architectural beauty but also appreciate the convenient private driveway, the sheltered front entrance and serene double height lobby staffed with door attendants, concierge and on-site management office. Amenities include fully equipped fitness center, private residents Club 39 with a lounge, entertaining rooms, catering kitchen, indoor recreation center with golf simulator, billiards and ping-pong. There is a library, in-house valet, bicycle room, roof top terraces with spectacular views and an on-site garage. Pied-a-terres allowed and the building is pet friendly. There are separate monthly charges of $27.60 for window washing, $700.54 for utilities and $71.50 for television.