Location: 25 Columbus Circle #61E
Listed by: Nicole Gary
Step into your new home or pied-a-terre in the world renowned Time Warner Center. This two- bedroom, two-and-a-half bathroom palace in the sky is located on the 61st floor of one of the most sought after buildings in Manhattan.
From the minute you walk through the front door, there is a plethora of natural light that cascades through the unit’s breathtaking floor to ceiling glass windows. With 10’ ceilings and custom solar shades, waking up every morning to these water and city views is just astonishing. You can see the Statue of Liberty and the beautiful Hudson River from almost every room of this spectacular apartment.
61E was crafted with the finest finishes. All walls are hand upholstered with custom fabric and a contrasting trim border making each room unique to itself. It has custom mirror work and an upholstered column in its living room, Carrera Marble with a soaking tub in its bathroom, double sinks and glass enclosed shower, washer/dryer, and a kitchen with the finest appliances that will leave you astonished. Bring lots of place settings and all your cooking gadgets because this chef’s kitchen is equipped with top of the line Stainless Steel Miele & Sub Zero Appliances, and a large hood for ventilation. If you prefer to dine out, you have your own private entrance on the third floor to the Time Warner Center Mall with the finest five-star restaurants and shopping Manhattan has to offer.
About the building
This one of a kind white-glove building offers the finest staff to maintain Time Warner Center and place it as one of the first rate residences of the world. It offers all the luxurious amenities you can imagine such as concierge service, private gym, access to the spa and pool at the Mandarin Oriental, a private screening room, parking garage, children’s playroom, conference room with amazing views of central park, private storage and a ballroom. 25 Columbus Circle was designed by world renowned architect David Childs of Skidmore, Owings & Merrill. The Time Warner Center sits in one of Manhattan’s cultural epicenters with it being just a short distance away from the famous Lincoln Center and Central Park, as well as some of the city’s best restaurants, shopping, and arts and cultural activities.