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This unique 11 room, 7,750sf duplex is one of the largest homes in the world renowned Olympic Tower condominium. Enjoy unobstructed wide reaching views from any position through the continuous floor to ceiling windows that wrap around the apartment. Central Park views to the North, the East River to the East and St. Patrick's Cathedral, the Empire State Building and beyond to the South.
This glamorous home is made for entertaining with a perfectly designed layout that has all the rooms in the right places. The first floor begins with a double entry foyer and Gallery that leads to a ballroom-sized 41-foot long corner living room with wet bar and white Thasos marble floor. Also on this level is the formal dining room that seats 12, a chef's eat-in kitchen with marble counters and stainless steel appliances, breakfast room and a 34-foot library/media room with 8 ft. projection screen. Off of the Gallery are 2 South facing bedrooms with en-suite baths. The corner master suite is on the 2nd level and features 2 full bathrooms and walls of custom closets. Two additional bedrooms, each with ensuite baths, complete this floor. There is a professional sound system throughout and numerous deep storage closets on each floor.
The Olympic Tower condominium features 24-hour doorman and concierge service, 3 uniformed elevator men and a complimentary gym. Current tenant paying $48,000/month would like to remain.
This is a Post-war High-Rise home located in Midtown East, New York, NY. This home has 5 bedrooms, 6.5 bathrooms and was built in 1975.
A wide swath of land with the United Nations building in the middle, Midtown East real estate encompasses a diverse range of affordable tenement housing, charming townhouses, glassy modern high-rises, and luxury penthouse apartments. Midtown East offers a top-of-the-line shopping experience, a sophisticated dining and bar scene, as well as famed marketplaces. Parks and recreational waterfront spaces add to the calming appeal of Midtown East’s residential setting.