Calling this apartment colorful would be a total understatement. Each room of the Lenox Hill co-op, at 875 Fifth Avenue, is decked out in bold paint colors, artwork, and decor. The space was renovated in 2014 by the interior designer Nick Olsen for Michael Lorber, a former star of “Million Dollar Listing,” who purchased the pad in 2014 for $3.6 million. Now fully renovated, the three-bedroom spread overlooking Central Park is on the market for $4.795 million.
The apartment is located across from Central Park at 69th Street, and according to the listing it “enjoys open sky and city views, incredible light and high ceilings.” An entry hall leads to the corner living room, boasting north and east exposures with lacquered bright blue walls.
Nick Olsen has decked out every corner of the apartment with creative and artistic touches. Comfortable living room nooks were positioned near windows to take advantage of the views.
The dining room, covered in a DeGournay print wallpaper, holds a hidden bar.
A door from the dining room leads to the windowed kitchen with Carrara marble counters, lacquered purple cabinetry and custom painted black-and-white floors.
There is no shortage of creativity throughout the home, with pops of color, patterned wallpaper, door finishes and quirky decor.
The master bedroom, with upholstered walls, features a custom-designed wall of built-in cabinetry, two walk-in custom closets and a windowed limestone bathroom with a double vanity and large shower.
875 Fifth Avenue is an Art Deco co-op completed in 1941. Today it boasts a gym, brand new lobby lounge, and business center. The Douglas Elliman broker listing this apartment is none other than the owner, Michael Lorber.
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Neighborhoods : Lenox Hill