Upon entering this grand scale four bedroom duplex Penthouse, located on the 50th and 51st floors, you will be captivated by the glorious Central Park/city vistas, featuring floor-to-ceiling oversized windows throughout, allowing for fabulous views and light. This meticulously designed apartment, with its own private elevator, was fully renovated just a few years ago, with beautiful finishes and great attention to detail. It includes a Crestron system that controls lighting, window shades, curtains, and sound.
On the main level, with 11' 9" ceiling height, the generous gallery leads to a spacious living room with gorgeous Central Park/city views, is perfect for entertaining, with an adjacent library/office and wood burning fireplace. The dining room has sweeping Central Park views, leading to a butler's pantry. The highly efficient kitchen with stainless steel countertops, outfitted with high-end appliances, ample cabinetry and a state of the art Alkaline Water Ionizer. The rear of the apartment offers staff quarters, with a bedroom, full bathroom, laundry room, abundant storage space, with its own separate service entrance.
The lower level living quarter features a luxurious master bedroom/suite with lavish foyer and dressing area, a large sumptuous en-suite spa like bathroom with its own sauna and massage table. The second and third bedrooms with their own en-suite bathrooms, offer tons of closet space, as well as Central Park views.
Olympic Tower is a globally recognized condominium designed by Skidmore, Owens and Merrill. It offers the highest standard of services; 24-hour full service doorman, concierge, attended elevators, valet service, plus a well-equipped gym and bike room. Located in the heart of the city, close proximity to museums, near a plethora of upscale shopping boutiques, theater district and restaurants. Pied-a-Terre's are welcome, but sorry no pets permitted.
Property Features Include: 1 Fireplace(s)
Amenities Include: health club
Built in: 1976
Designed by: Skidmore, Owens and Merrill
Architectural Style: Post-War