Millionaire’s Row in Manhattan is studded with some pretty incredible apartments. Living on a block dubbed something like “Millionaire’s” anything should really be a tip off to the high luxury that you’ll be getting as a resident, granted, but some stand apart from the rest. At 900 5th Avenue, for instance, Apartment 16A is boasting an immaculate view with over 30 windows shining into this sunny home for just under 9 million.
The three bedroom, three and a half bathroom apartment, listed by Keller Williams’ Richard Tayar, brings out the best in a traditional interior designed by Robert Bien, with white brick leading into two columns of bay windows. The home has the original crown molding, hardwood floors, and en-suite bathroom, with its own window looking out onto beautiful Central Park. The balcony in the apartment allows for 180 degree views of the park too.
For so many of the older buildings in the city, the trade off for a home steeped in New York history like this one is sacrificing the expansive views modern towers seem to offer. Unique to this apartment though, the surplus of windows gives the same level of light and views to the apartment whether it’s the darkest winter afternoons of bright Spring days.
The home is also in a great location just a short walk from the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Madison Avenue shopping, or Central Park in either direction. Lenox Hill is also home to some of the city’s best restaurants and bars in midtown, with The Grill, the city’s hottest locale for fine dining, just a few blocks away. Great markets like Eli’s are also located nearby for the classiest of dinner parties. With all the area has to offer in luxury locales and amenities in the building, this home is the ultimate location to blend modern tastes with traditional design.