$825K Turtle Bay pad has a floating staircase and glass-bottom sleeping loft

Posted On Tue, August 6, 2019 By

Posted On Tue, August 6, 2019 By In Cool Listings, Turtle Bay

Photo credit: Eitan Gamliely for Sotheby’s International Realty.

This one-bedroom home in Turtle Bay Towers at 310 East 46th Street, asking $825,000, plays with creative design and dramatic custom construction to give it the feel of an industrial loft. Steel and tempered glass surround a floating staircase, and grand dimensions and open spaces make this condop stand out from the average full-service midtown Manhattan pack.

310 East 46th Street, cool listings, turtle bay towers, turtle bay, east midtown

Beneath 12.5-foot beamed ceilings, oversized double height windows overlook a serene garden. Every corner offers the open feeling of space and natural light that loft buyers love. The apartment doesn’t skimp on 21st-century comforts like polished concrete floors, custom outfitted closets with frosted sliding glass doors and revolving Mika Aire ceiling lights and fan.

310 East 46th Street, cool listings, turtle bay towers, turtle bay, east midtown

310 East 46th Street, cool listings, turtle bay towers, turtle bay, east midtown

The modern chef’s kitchen features Viking stainless steel appliances, a massive breakfast bar, custom cabinets, a large pantry, a glass tile backsplash and porcelain tile flooring. Tucked away in a corner is a  custom built-in home office.

310 East 46th Street, cool listings, turtle bay towers, turtle bay, east midtown

Hovering above it all, a sleep loft accommodates a king-sized bed plus plenty of storage. An exquisite spa bath boasts a rain shower head and Duravit fixtures while not straying from the moody industrial look.

310 East 46th Street, cool listings, turtle bay towers, turtle bay, east midtown

310 East 46th Street, cool listings, turtle bay towers, turtle bay, east midtown

Originally built as a print factory in 1929, Turtle Bay Towers is a full service building with a 24-hour concierge, a live in super, new laundry rooms on each floor, a storage and bike room and a parking garage in the building. A finished roof terrace is available to the building’s residents. Another perk: The building is a condop, so you have the flexibility of condo rules and the option to sublet or use as a pied-a-terre.

[Listing: 310 East 46th Street 4K by Gina M. Kuhlenkamp for Sothebys]

[At CityRealty]

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Photo credit: Eitan Gamliely for Sotheby’s International Realty.

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