Grand Central and United Nations Area
Investor Friendly Bldg or Pied a terre
Triple mint luxury studio condominium suite available now. Your own private oasis in this 24 hour building conveniently located at the heart of Grand Central and the United Nations.
Can be used as a pied-a-terre, live full-time or rent out. Investor friendly building allows gifting, parents buying for children, 1031 Exchanges and more. Entertain your guests from a gourmet chef style, windowed kitchen framed in luxurious European style cabinetry, counter tops and custom built-ins. Designer style bathroom with oversized Italian ceramic tile with a "leather like" texture design element. The suite's luxury features continue with a spacious walk-in closet, custom foyer storage cabinets with under the counter lighting, custom paneled appliances including dishwasher. Also features a gorgeous hidden, drop down full size dining table and custom HVAC enclosure with shelving.
Sorry no pets allowed. The building features a 24 hr doorman, resident superintendent, and laundry and has a cool, boutique hotel style vibe that keeps the place a popular bullding.
This World Class neighborhood features famous restaurants and bar lounges like the Palm Restaurant, Sparks Steakhouse, PJ Clarkes, Smith & Wollensky, The Smith and is minutes from popular stores such as Bloomingdales, Whole Foods, Morton Williams & Gristedes. Not to mention the convenience of the most famous transportation hub of them all...Grand Central Terminal where you can catch the Shuttle to Times Square or the 4,5,6,7 trains and all the Metro North trains plus Express Buses to Queens, Staten Island, Brooklyn & the Bronx. Oh, and by the way the Long Island Railroad (LIRR) will be getting a station here at Grand Central too...that means no longer having to go to the 34th St Penn Station! Head just down the street and visit with diplomats and citizens of the world at the United Nations, get some organic fruits and veggies each Wednesday at the Farmers Market at Dag Hammarskjold Plaza Park, watch the flowers blooming in the Katherine Hepburn Garden, catch a Japanese art exhibit at the Japan Society or maybe take a relaxing swim at the Vanderbilt YMCA or Equinox gym or grab a drink and a bite on 2nd Avenue's Restaurant Row all just steps from your new address. Coming and for the 1st time in 60 years, there will be a waterfront promenade with seating benches and a bike path right behind the UN. Don't believe it? Well, no one ever believed the 2nd Ave Subway would become a reality either. So come be a part of the revitalization of one of NYCs quietly sophisticated and undervalued neighborhoods...Midtown East's Turtle Bay, before the secret is out