1 66th #12D
New York, New York City, NY
Spectacular Central Park views from four exposures in this generous Fifth Avenue residence with two expansive suites, over nine-foot ceilings and a wood-burning fireplace with travertine surround. Uninterrupted views of Central Park from the reception foyer through to the open living and dining room with its herringbone hardwood flooring, crown molding and versatile layout.
A gallery leads to the corner primary suite, which overlooks Central Park and south along Fifth Avenue and features a windowed bath with tub and a separate dressing room with two walk-in closets. The corner second bedroom suite features a city view, a bath with tub and two closets. Each suite has ample room for a king-sized bed, substantial furniture, a writing desk and lounge seating.
The east wing of the residence offers a home office or den with a Murphy bed, a deep closet and a built-in desk and shelving, a third full bath with shower, a washer and dryer closet and a kitchen with a four-burner electric range, a dishwasher and a Sub-Zero refrigerator.
Built by noted architect Rosario Candela in 1948, One East 66th Street has a three-story rusticated limestone base, limestone band courses between the windows on the fourth floor and a building entrance with a polished red granite surround and a stainless steel canopy. One of the first Mid-Century residential buildings constructed on Fifth Avenue, One East 66th Street is also one of the rare remaining New York City apartment houses to provide both a private dining room and in-residence catering. Residents enjoy a windowed fitness center with NordicTrack, Peloton and separate weight and stretching rooms, the services of a full complement of professional building staff and storage as available. One East 66th Street is a pet-friendly community.
Perfectly positioned to enjoy Manhattan's best, One East 66th Street is directly across Fifth Avenue from Central Park, one block from the luxury designer boutiques of Madison Avenue, three blocks from Restaurant Daniel, with its two Michelin stars, and a short drive along the 66th Street Transverse through Central Park to Lincoln Center for world-class opera, ballet, music and film. The elegant Lenox Hill neighborhood within the Upper East Side Historic District, on the United States National Register of Historic Places, is home to Frick Madison, The Asia Society, Park Avenue Armory, important art galleries and sumptuous nightlife and live jazz at The Carlyle, The Pierre and The Plaza.