A Three-Bedroom Condo in Midtown Manhattan’s Historic Steinway Hall

LISTING OF THE Working day Spot: Midtown Manhattan Rate: $11.5 million This a few-bedroom apartment


LISTING OF THE Working day

Spot: Midtown Manhattan

Rate: $11.5 million

This a few-bedroom apartment is in Midtown’s historic Steinway Corridor, which has been entirely restored and reimagined to develop into section of the modern new 91-tale constructing behind it at 111 West 57th Road.

Landmark Residence 12S is a single of just 14 apartments in the 20-tale Steinway Corridor, which mostly functioned as a effectiveness place and factory for the legendary Steinway & Sons Piano manufacturer. Accomplished in 1925, the developing was intended by Warren and Wetmore, the famed architects behind Grand Central Terminal.

“These Landmark apartments have outstanding attraction, with truly wonderful proportions and a amazing prewar really feel,” reported Amy Williamson, director of sales at 111 West 57th St. “There is a fantastic official experience to it, with a substantial foyer and a formal dining home.”

The corner dwelling room attributes more than 36 toes of southern and western exposures and custom smoke-grey oak floors in a classic parquet pattern.


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“You have all of this attraction coupled with the new stunning amenities that appear with a new condominium developing,” she said.

The big rectangular entrance foyer options a white macauba stone flooring and tons of space for artwork. The powder room in the lobby is concluded in jewel onyx.  

 The enclosed kitchen attributes a wet bar, countertops and backsplash in Cristallo Gold quartzite and Gaggenau appliances. 

“My favorite space is the eating home, which is adjacent to the kitchen” and has shiny western exposures, Ms. Williamson claimed. “There is a wonderful curved wall that makes a cozy niche there.”

The corner residing room options far more than 36 feet of southern and western exposures and custom smoke-gray oak floors in a regular parquet pattern. There is also a windowed analyze/library or visitor home with a entire toilet.

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The condominium has a “wonderfully well balanced ground strategy,” with distinctly separate areas for the bedrooms, in their very own east wing, and the general public rooms, Ms. Williamson explained.

The corner major suite has exposures to the south and east and a dressing place. The high-class windowed bathroom is concluded in Italian white Venato marble, with a double vanity, a double glass-enclosed shower and a freestanding copper soaking tub handmade by William Holland. 

Two additional bedrooms facial area east, with full loos completed in white Silverian marble and Cristallo Gold quartzite. 

The apartment also has a washer and dryer and a dedicated AV closet.

“There is a amazing boutique feel to the setting up,” Ms. Williamson stated. “People value how intimate the constructing is—it feels very non-public.”

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Stats 

The 3,601-square-foot condo has 3 bedrooms, 4 full bathrooms and just one partial toilet.

Amenities 



Developing facilities involve a discreet porte cochere entrance on 58th Road an 82-foot two-lane swimming pool with personal cabanas independent sauna, steam and remedy rooms a double-height conditioning middle with a mezzanine terrace a personal dining room and chef’s catering kitchen area a residents’ lounge with an expansive terrace conference rooms and a study and 24-hour attended entrances and focused concierge services. 

The 3,601-sq.-foot condominium has three bedrooms, four whole bathrooms and a person partial toilet.


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Community Notes 



The developing is around quite a few legendary landmarks, like Carnegie Hall, the Plaza Hotel, Central Park, Tiffany & Co., Bergdorf Goodman, Rockefeller Centre and the Museum of Contemporary Art.


Agents: Amy Williamson, Janice Chang, Tal Alexander and J. Roger Erickson, Douglas Elliman

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