Here’s your chance to live in an iconic unit of the super-luxury Midtown tower One57 at a relative discount. According to CityRealty, the “usual” average price per square foot for an apartment at the building is $6,120—but this four-bedroom, four-and-a-half bath pad is asking $13.9 million at a price of $3,742 per square foot. It’s also located right under the skyscraper’s distinctive arched-glass walls at both the top and middle of the tower.
This apartment is all about views: you enter into a foyer with a floor to ceiling windows that frame Central Park. In the 37-by-19-foot great room, the massive windows look out over Midtown (including the iconic Essex House and Hampshire House) as well as some of the park.
The open kitchen was designed for entertainment, with a center island that includes built-in seating. Top-of-the-line appliances are complimented with custom cabinetry by the interior designer Smallbone of Devizes.
Portions of the corner great room are particularly striking as its distinguished by the curving glass wall that’s visible from the exterior of the skyscraper.
The bedrooms are particularly unique–in fact, all four of them feature the solarium-like glass walls. The master boasts both south and east exposures, with an entire curving wall of glass. There’s also a huge walk-in-closet and en-suite bath finished with a jacuzzi soaking tub, custom wood vanity, radiant floor heat and walls of Italian Statuario marble.
Here’s a look at the 1,005-foot-tall tower, which was finished in 2014 and offers nearly all of its apartments with views of Central Park. Those curving setbacks–the ones visible from inside this very apartment–were designed by Christian de Portzamparc and are meant to evoke a waterfall. Be sure to check the gallery for a few more shots.
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Photos courtesy of Corcoran
Neighborhoods : Midtown West