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The Chatham condominium was conceived with an entirely new aesthetic from the condos constructed prior to The Related Companies mandate to Robert A. M. Stern was to design a high-end condominium, the first in New York, with classical architectural features that would have a modern design with the feel of a Park Avenue pre-war apartment house. This was Robert Sterns first residential condominium project and the genesis for his later, much larger scale buildings such as the celebrated 15 Central Park West and the much anticipated 520 Park Avenue and 220 Central Park South.
This desirable two bedroom apartment with 2.5 baths is perfectly designed for both entertaining and private enjoyment. A large entry gallery with powder room leads into the light-filled 29 corner living room/dining room with bay window. The private master suite, also with bay window, offers large closets and ample marble bathroom with soaking tub, separate stall shower and double sinks. A separate hallway leads to the second bedroom with walk-in closet and en suite bathroom. The kitchen with east-facing window, is fully equipped and there is also a washer and dryer. All of the large-scale light-flooded rooms offer over-sized windows, high ceilings with crown moldings and central air conditioning.
The highly sought-after white glove Chatham condominium has 34 stories and a beautiful classically-designed and intimate lobby with full-time concierge and doorman. Features include solid wood doors, cherry wood floors and plaster walls. Modern kitchens have premium appliances and cabinets imported from France. High-efficiency windows were imported from the Netherlands and bathrooms have marble floors and walls and high-end fixtures. In addition there is a residents-only Equinox gym, Paul Lebrecque salon/spa, and in-building parking garage. AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY FOR RENT. Owner will consider a longer term lease.
This is a Post-war High-Rise home located in Upper East Side, New York, NY. This home has 2 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms and was built in 2000.
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