Think you can’t find luxurious loft space in Midtown East? Think again! This one-bedroom home in Turtle Bay Towers is sleek, spacious, soaked in sunlight and situated on a serene street that is just steps from UN Plaza. It’s a rare Midtown gem you need to see in person to believe.
Enjoy the Perfect Midtown East Retreat
310 E 46th Street, Unit 25G is a recently renovated, true one-bedroom that pairs a modern aesthetic with sweeping city views. The 12ft ceilings give this home an airy quality, which is accentuated by the tall solarium windows that let in copious amounts of natural light.
Unique, gray hardwood floors throughout the home give it a feeling of sophistication. The open floor plan includes a custom kitchen comprised of stainless steel cabinets and appliances and black granite countertops. Prepare a memorable meal on top-of-the-line appliances including a Wolf range and cooktop, Sub-Zero refrigerator and Asko dishwasher.
The en-suite bedroom features the same solarium windows found in the living area, which come equipped with custom solar screens for privacy. After a hard day of work, retreat to the revamped bathroom oasis, complete with white granite double vanity and impressive Zuma soaking tub. A brand new HVAC system will keep you perfectly warm on cold winter nights and cool on those sultry summer afternoons.
Experience the Convenience of a Condop
Turtle Bay Towers is a prewar, Art Deco condop built in 1929. The building was originally home to a school of design and was later turned into a print factory. It was converted to luxury residences in 1979 and received an award for its striking design from the American Institute of Architects. It was recently renovated in 2006.
Residents enjoy a full range of luxury amenities including a 24-hour doorman, parking garage, roof terrace, bicycle room and laundry on every floor. Additional storage units are available, and a building manager is on-site to attend to your needs. The building is pet-friendly and has an open sublet policy.
Midtown East Neighborhood Amenities
Nestled in a quiet pocket of Midtown East, you’ll enjoy tree-lined streets and green spaces in the neighborhood. The United Nations Plaza is one block east, and Grand Central Station is just a few blocks west.
With so many office complexes nearby, the neighborhood is full of fantastic restaurants that reflect the diversity of the area. Try Aburiya Kinnosuke for fresh sashimi, Crave Fishbar for locally caught seafood, or La Grenouille if you’re celebrating a special occasion.
Shopping is abundant in Midtown East. The Amish Market is a wonderful place to stock up on specialty grocery items, and the Grand Central Market offers a wide selection of gourmet vendors. Of course, the neighborhood also features some of the best high-end shopping around, with famous department stores and upscale boutiques lining Madison Avenue and Fifth Avenue.
Whether you’re in the market for a primary residence, a pied-a-terre or an investment property in Midtown East, this luxury Turtle Bay Towers loft could be just what you’re looking for. Click here to see the full listing and contact Cash Bernard today to schedule a private viewing.