An impressive 2 bedroom, 2.5 bathroom apartment at the world class Aldyn Condominium with spectacular views of the Hudson River and Manhattan skyline.
This bright and open corner 1,429 sq ft apartment features floor to ceiling windows, Brazilian cherry wood flooring, and an open chef's kitchen with teak cabinetry, Quartzite countertops and high end appliances including Subzero, Miele and Bosch, and a washer/dryer. The two oversized bedrooms feature sweeping city views, excellent closet space and spa-quality en suite bathrooms. The master bath allows total relaxation with a deep soaking bath by Zuma, separate glass enclosed shower with rain forest shower head and a Bianco dolomite marble double vanity. The windowed second bathroom is crafted with custom crackle porcelain tiles and has dramatic city views.
Owner upgrades include a bar with a wine fridge, custom lighting and a state of the art Savant home automation system that controls all audio, visual, lighting, Lutron shades, heating and cooling. The system allows you to control your home from your iPad from anywhere in the world.
The Aldyn Condominium is one of New York's finest luxury buildings in terms of service and amenities. There are over 40,000 sq ft of amenities including a La Palestra Athletic Club and Spa, a 75 foot long indoor swimming pool, yoga and pilates studios, basketball and squash courts, golf simulator, 38 foot rock climbing wall, Kidville play space, club lounge and on -site parking.
Vibrant, exciting and bursting with brash attitude, New York is one of the world’s favourite cities, a place where anything seems possible and simply walking a few blocks becomes an exhilarating experience.
With space in seriously short supply New York developers are eyeing the sky, building ever higher and often slimmer towers to house the never-ending demand for their city. There are also low-level options though including the charming architecture of Brooklyn that lies across the East River from Manhattan or among the brownstones of The West Village.
Central Park and Upper West and East Side:
The areas above 59th Street to the west and east of Central Park offer penthouses on Park Avenue and Central Park West and grand townhouses and brownstones that are among the most coveted in the city. Lower Manhattan and Midtown might be the trendier and more youthful choice but for old school glamour, the great and good head Uptown.
The Upper East and West side might look similar but residents often have a ferocious loyalty to “their” side. The Upper East Side is old-style, luxe Manhattan where white-gloved doormen welcome you to your apartment building and where New York’s most exclusive shops are on your doorstep. Museum Mile has the highest concentration of galleries and museums in the city: The Frick Collection and The Metropolitan Museum of Art for example.
The Upper West Side is a little more relaxed, considering itself more hip and alternative yet still with the wonders of Central Park outside the front door. On both sides property prices are high and escalate sharply for those much-prized views over the park.
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