Exclusive Duplex Penthouse in Manhattan

By • Sep 22, 2012 •  Selected Work 

This exclusive 5,000 square foot duplex penthouse is located in the 40 story Park Laurel condominium, a residential skyscraper built in 2000 and designed by Beyer Blinder Belle and Costas Kondylis in Mahanttan, New York City, USA.

Located on the top two floors of the building, the five bedroom, five and a half bath apartment offers breathtaking 360 degree views Central Park and the city’s skyline.

Offered at $26.5 million.

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Property description by broker:

“On the top 2 floors of the Park Laurel condominium, off a private landing, this trophy property offers luxury at every turn and jaw-dropping 360-degree park & skyline views from every window. The dramatic living room with 20′ ceilings, centered between the library and dining room seamlessly integrates the staircase, the glass and gunmetal wall and railings, the art wall wine display and the piano which is cantilevered off the balcony.

Tiny lights in the ceiling evoke the stars and nighttime views are optimized through windows which have all been replaced with glass designed to eliminate reflection. A moving bookcase seals off the study (or bedroom) from the library for privacy, while allowing natural light to the powder room behind it. The library and living room are separated by a stone and steel double sided fireplace.

The chef’s kitchen is furnished with marble counters, top of the line appliances and separate sub zero fridge and freezer. Two bedrooms, each with ensuite bath and a laundry room complete this floor.Upstairs, the master suite is furnished with a double dressing room and ensuite bath with huge soaking tub, double sinks and large steam shower. Also on this floor are a third bedroom, family room and 2 full baths. Other features include a fully integrated home Crestron system and central air conditioning.

A serene oasis in the heart of the city.”

Photos courtesy of Elliman

Exclusive Duplex Penthouse in Manhattan was published on HomeDSGN on Sep 22, 2012.

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