Setai Fifth Avenue is a combination of five-star hotel/luxury condominium. Designed by Gwathmey Siegel, the building rises 60 stories high into the New York City skyline. The top of the building looks like a crown, which is illuminated at night. The first 26 floors of the building are for hotel guests and the remaining 34 stories are full of luxury apartments, including three penthouse suites.
Units are spacious and comfortable. They feature black oak flooring, walnut paneling and trim, walk-in closets, an in-home sound system and washer/dryer units. The floor-to-ceiling windows allow for ample natural light and provide stunning views of Manhattan.
Kitchens contain state-of-the-art appliances, marble countertops, beautifully designed wooden cabinetry and wine cooler. Bathrooms are luxurious and complete with Zuma soaking tubs, glass-enclosed floor-to-ceiling rain showers, Grohn fixtures and there are even televisions inside the bathroom mirrors. The three penthouse suites all have distinct styles, but are finished in rosewood and white marble with gold veining.
Residents are taken care of at Setai Fifth Avenue. The building offers guests personal assistants 24 hours per day, a business center and meeting rooms, childcare services and complimentary basic wireless and high-speed internet access is available in all public areas. On the third floor, there are private meeting rooms and a residents' lounge with accompanying outdoor patio. On the fourth floor, residents have access to an incredible world-class spa and 24-hour fitness center. The building also has a bar on the first floor with its own entrance onto 5th Avenue and a restaurant on the second floor that can rival any five-star restaurant in the area.
Being located in the heart of Midtown Manhattan, Setai Fifth Avenue is close to countless New York City landmarks including the Empire State Building, Bryant Park, Rockefeller Center and the New York Public Library. The numerous shopping, dining and nightlife options will not disappoint. Nearby is also the Theater District, where residents have their choice of numerous entertainment options. Great public transportation is nearby, including Grand Central Station and Penn Station, making the rest of the city and surrounding area easily accessible.
Setai Fifth Avenue is the perfect blend of class, sophistication and elegance. It is true New York City luxury living.