Living on the East Side is a welcomed treat for many New Yorkers who want to be connected to the rest of the city but also find respite in their own quiet neighborhood. Fine restaurants and shops, the kind you find "only in New York," line the streets while access to many cultural attractions is made easy. Looking to get out of the city from time to time? You will appreciate the easy access to Grand Central, the world's largest train station.
Even with the majority of units being luxury one-bedroom apartments, there's no shortage of indoor space for socializing, working out or relaxing in unrivaled comfort. With its enclosed swimming pool, complete with a breathtaking domed skylight overhead, you'll feel like you're on a much-deserved vacation. As a resident of this luxury New York City apartment, your complimentary membership also includes the fully-equipped fitness center with trainer, saunas & showers, a furnished sun terrace, a landscaped private garden and a private party room, to name a few.
Located in the historic Turtle Bay district, the elegant Belmont has an international appeal with its close proximity to The United Nations Headquarters and Roosevelt Island. In a neighborhood surrounded by remarkable, historic brownstones from the late 1800's, this location offers convenient access to Grand Central Station as well as Dag Hammarskjold Plaza Park.
Luxury living is immediately reflected in the framed limestone piers framing the entrance to this elegant residence. Alabaster fixtures and sconces, crown moldings and decorative wood-framed apartment entrance doors further carry out the lavishness you've come to expect from Glenwood. With one, two and three-bedroom apartments, you'll appreciate the extraordinary swim and fitness center and cheerful children's playroom.
This prestigious New York address located in the sophisticated Sutton Place neighborhood has unusually large apartments. Even the one-bedroom units are equipped with one and one-half baths...a rarity for this size apartment. Sutton Place, referred to as the most affluent street (and surrounding enclave) in the borough of Manhattan, is situated on the border between the Midtown and Upper East Side neighborhoods and is an enviable address for a luxury one-bedroom apartment in New York.
If Times Square is "the crossroads of the world," then Grand Central Terminal is "the heart of New York City." It has been completely restored back to its 1913 splendor and is the largest train station in the world (based on the number of platforms).
The center of diplomacy between heads of state, the United Nations Headquarters provides informative and inspiring tours on a daily basis. Built in the aftermath of WWII and bankrolled by the historic Rockefeller family, the United Nations building is steeped in a cultural legacy both globally significant and specific to the history of New York City.
St. Patrick's Cathedral presents a breathtaking Neo-Gothic face to the City. Starting in 2012, the Cathedral has entered a large-scale, five-year renovation project to restore the still-splendid church to its former glorious state, undoing the damage caused by rain, pollution, millions of visitors and the ravages of one hundred and fifty years.
With its iconic art deco crown, the Chrysler Building is arguably New York's most distinctive tower, and it has stood among the tallest buildings on earth since construction completed in 1930. Its planners "wanted a provocative building that would not merely scrape the sky but positively pierce it."
Nevertheless, Related and Glenwood garner several enthusiastic endorsements for mouse-free living. "...I have never seen a mouse once....In my opinion, they do a great job with that stuff."
One of the most historic, magnificent buildings in all of New York City, with enough thoroughly contemporary attractions to make it a true destination.