Home Details for 60 E 55th St #29A
60 East 55th Street
This grand, spacious (1,074.sq.ft.) one bedroom, one of a half bath apartment
has North and East exposures with wonderful views. Brand new state-of-the-art appliances including Miele Stove, cooktop, dishwasher, and Sub Zero refrigerator. Washer/dryer en-suite, Brazilian cherry wood floors, floor to-ceiling windows, windowed kitchen, and custom white lacquered cabinetry. Sabbia beige marble bath with glass enclosed showers and high ceilings make this perfect apartment truly complete. Park Avenue Place Condominium is a full service, luxury building. Residents enjoy a free membership to Th...e (prestigious) Core Club, located within the building. Also access to the top-of-the line Spa, Dry Cleaning services, full-service Salon and Barber Shop, full Butler & Concierge, and gourmet dining at the famous Top Colicchio restaurant and bar. In addition, there is a lounge with a beautifully landscaped outdoor terrace. All of this, in New York City's most exciting neighborhood for shopping, dinning, entertainment, and culture! The prime condominium affords every amenity for luxurious living. Please call me for an appointment today.
Listing Info for 60 E 55th St #29A
Information last updated on 08/27/2016 12:00 AM
- Price: $6,800
- 1 Bedroom
- 1 full, 1 partial Bathrooms
- Status: For Rent
- Pets Allowed:
- Parking: Garage Attached
- Neighborhood: Midtown Center
- MLS/Source ID: 14972351
- Zip: 10022
- 1,074 sqft
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