All images are renderings from architectural plans
Presenting a rare assemblage opportunity on the 15th and 16th floors in the premier A tower at Manhattan House. One owner is selling four neighboring apartments that took many years to put together. Apartments A1506 & A1507 which are currently combined, would be joined with units A1505 & A1607. Together the sprawling duplex offers over 4,200 square feet of living space across two floors with 3 balconies.
Architectural plans have already been drafted for the combination by renowned architectural firm Design + Urbanism, delivering a sprawling 5 bedroom, 6 bathroom home complete with separate den and playroom. The 15th floor showcases a kitchen complete with breakfast bar that opens to the spacious west-facing living/dining room and gracious west-facing balcony. A separate den can function as an additional guest room, home office, or media room. An adjacent full bathroom functions as a powder room or guest bathroom.
Three bedrooms on this level all include ensuite bathrooms, generous closet space, and ample opportunities for built-ins. A separate room between two of the bedrooms can be used as a playroom, media room, or multi-functional space.
Upstairs on the 16th floor is the primary suite with a walk-in closet, a north-facing balcony, and an additional wall of custom built-in closets. A generously sized, windowed ensuite bathroom includes dual vanities. An additional bedroom on the 16th floor also includes an ensuite bathroom, a large closet and built-in work station. Both floors feature generously sized laundry rooms.
This is an opportunity to create a one-of a kind trophy home.
The Manhattan House is centrally located in the heart of the Upper East Side between 2nd and 3rd avenues. Designed in 1950 by master architect Gordon Bunshaft with Skidmore Owings and Merrill, the building was declared a New York City Landmark in 2007. Amenities include 24 hour doorman, full-time residence manager, on-site valet, rooftop club offering 10,000 sqft of interior and exterior entertainment space, exhale Mind Body Spa & fitness club, yoga studio, playroom designed by Roto Architects, bicycle storage and five star hotel concierge services. Former home of Grace Kelly and other notable names, truly one of Manhattan's iconic residential buildings.