A gracious layout, unique pre-war details–including the signature bathroom finishes–and amenities unmatched in any Manhattan building make this one-bedroom condominium in the legendary Plaza Hotel and Residences at 1 Central Park South as enviable now as ever.
Currently asking $2.389 million, this perfectly maintained apartment offers all the cachet of Plaza living and every modern convenience. The home’s floorplan–offering a spacious entry foyer and a huge living/dining space–could even handle the addition of another bedroom or any number of alternative configurations. The unit faces the garden, and oversized windows allow warm light to infiltrate every corner.
The apartment is dressed to impress with classic features like crown moldings and solid oak herringbone floors. The current owner is entrepreneur and tech startup veteran Michael Golomb–he’s CFO of the company responsible for the Breathometer, a breathalyzer that connects to the iPhone and empowers people to make smarter decisions–so you’ll imagine that modern technology is a must, evidenced by recessed lighting throughout, seamlessly integrated A/V in the living room and central HVAC with separate room controls. Barely visible is a new washer/dryer.
A spacious open living room is more than big enough for entertaining. The kitchen offers Nero Marquina stone countertops, a mosaic Calacatta marble tile backsplash and commercial grade Viking appliances.
Referencing the timeless Plaza Hotel bathrooms, this space has been immaculately restored with Lefroy Brooks and Kohler fixtures created exclusively for the Plaza residences.
A comfortable, private bedroom opens to a large and fully oufitted cedar-lined walk-in-closet.
No small part of this package are the amenities and services that come with Plaza living. Residents enter the building via their own discreet private lobby and have access to the Palm Court, the Plaza Ballroom, private conference rooms, Todd English signature room service, a La Palestra Health Club, and in-house beauty and day spas.
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Neighborhoods : Central Park South