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Built in 1907, the Plaza Hotel is one of New York City's most historic and iconic landmarks. It consists of two components: 189 private condominium residences and 152 hotel residences. The Plaza's private residences have a separate entrance at 1 Central Park South. Units range from 500 square feet for the Deluxe Suite (also known as the Palm Suite) to over 2,000 square feet for the Combination Suite. Units are exquisitely furnished with Versace Home Collection decor, and features include high ceilings, ornate moldings, beautiful mantelpieces, and walnut bordered herringbone parquet floors. The floor designs actually resemble the original mosaic patterns found in the historic Plaza Hotel lobbies.
The ultra-exclusive Residences at Mandarin Oriental are the embodiment of luxury. Residents essentially live as permanent hotel guests located on the 16 floors above the Mandarin Oriental Hotel. This sleek and sophisticated building has more than 60 different apartment layouts, many of which are duplexes.
Bristol Plaza is unique in that it models residents as “long-term visitors,” who are having extended stays in New York City. The leases comprise a minimum 30-day stay: they may begin on any day of the month and can be extended on a daily, weekly or monthly basis thereafter. Reservations may be made in the name of a corporation or individual.
The Iconic Trump Tower is a masterpiece of style and design. At 68 stories and rising 664 feet high, this landmark, built by the famous Donald Trump in 1983, immediately became the tallest glass building in Manhattan. Located on 5th Avenue, between East 56th and East 57th Streets, Trump Tower is one of the most recognizable luxury buildings in the world. Trump Tower is known for its distinctive and visually striking, yet very elegant sawtooth faceting.
When Donald J. Trump eventually abandoned his plan to erect the world s tallest building on his sprawling Riverside South/Television City project on former railroad property between 59th and 72nd Streets along the Hudson River, who would have thought he would ever erect a mid-rise building?
The Ritz-Carlton is classic elegance and contemporary luxury living in Manhattan. Built in 1938, the Ritz-Carlton Tower was originally the St. Moritz Hotel. Designed by architect Emery Roth, the hotel was converted into residential units in 2002.
Built in 1927, the Sherry Netherland Hotel is a mix of elegance and romance. Designed by architect Schultz & Weaver, it is truly recognizable by its elaborate minaret, reminiscent of a French chateau. This 38-story building is home to 165 cooperative residences, which were converted in 1954. Apartments range in size from one- to seven-bedrooms. Units contain both classic and modern touches.
Built in 1927, this 16-story red brick building makes luxury a priority. Designed by Schwartz & Gross, it was originally the Mark Hotel; however, it was closed for two years for renovations and re-opened in 2008. While the lower floors remain a hotel, the building now contains 118 hotel rooms and 42 apartments. Units range in size from one to six bedrooms.
One57 Condominium located at 157 West 57th Street in Midtown Manhattan epitomizes and is among the highest quality of refined living, views, amenities and magnificent opulence that Manhattan has to offer. Rising to over one thousand feet above Midtown Manhattan's skyline one can just imagine and take in the breathtaking and inspiring Central Park, Hudson River and Manhattan skyline views. The ONE57’s location at 157 West 57th street between 7th and 6th avenues in Midtown Manhattan is ideal for the most discerning buyers wanting the most uncompromising opulent interiors and refinement yet discreet with unequaled level of services and amenities available in the most sought after locations to be in. Centrally located in Midtown with Central Park at its feet, it’s perfectly located and mere steps to Lincoln Center, Columbus Circle, The Time Warner Center, Broadway and Rockefeller Center with their fantastic restaurants, nightlife, shopping and the many wonderful museums and theaters, including Carnegie Hall, The American Museum of Natural History and the Museum of Modern Art. You are also mere minutes short walk, to spectacular restaurants and eateries like Masa, Jean Georges' Nougatine, Per Se, Picholine and all the best world class shopping along Madison and Fifth Avenues that Midtown Manhattan is known for.
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