Condo pick of the week

This three-bedroom Lincoln Square condo has a sumptuous feel and a golden glow

By Alanna Schubach | August 3, 2017 - 2:00PM 

This three-bedroom, three-bath condo, situated right between Central Park and Lincoln Center, has a sumptuous feel that will appeal to buyers looking for a home with classic NYC style. The building was a warehouse in a past life and underwent a condo conversion in 2003, but despite the recent renovation it has pre-war features like a porte-cochere; the unit itself has high, vaulted ceilings, a Juliet balcony, and generous closet space. Listed by Brown Harris Stevens for $5.995 million, its price tag is what passes for moderate for this neighborhood, judging by a StreetEasy search. 

A private keyed elevator takes you directly into the apartment, where you'll find a living room with barrel-vaulted ceilings and a little balcony overlooking 64th Street. The open plan space is large enough for a dining area, which has a cozy, warm glow thanks to the lighting fixtures and exposures. The kitchen, meanwhile, has a sleek, cooler color palette, with a green tile backsplash, stone countertops, designer cabinetry, and stainless steel appliances. 


The master bedroom features two walk-in closets and a huge, marble-lined en-suite bath complete with double sinks, a soaking tub, separate shower stall, and chandeliers to round it all out. The two additional bedrooms are a bit smaller, but each comes with closet space and its own en-suite bath; they could easily serve as office space and guest rooms as well.   

The floorplan reveals that there's also an in-unit washer and dryer; building amenities include full-time doorman and concierge service, a live-in super, garage parking, and bike storage, and pets are permitted. 


Alanna Schubach

Contributing writer

Contributing editor Alanna Schubach has over a decade of experience as a New York City-based freelance journalist.

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