870 United Nations Plaza, 16D
New York, NY 10017

$799,000
  • Coop
  • 1 bed
  • 1 bath

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You will be enchanted by this massive 1-bedroom, 3.5 room residence in 870 United Nations Plaza, one of the city's most prestigious addresses. Filled with superb natural light all day long, this high-floor apartment boasts lofty ceilings, stunning views of both the city and East River, and a private storage locker measuring approximately 5' wide by 6' deep by 9' high! Passing through the home's gracious foyer, you enter into the sprawling living room, marked by dramatic floor-to-ceiling windows and perfect for elegant entertaining. The home's kitchen offers ample cabinet and counter space and is cooled and mechanically ventilated with fresh outside air. The expansive bedroom is just shy of 20 feet long, easily accommodating a king size bed and additional furnishings. 870 United Nations Plaza is a pet-friendly, luxury building that offers a wide range of amenities including 24-hour doorman and concierge service, staff of 46, four spacious sun decks, fully-equipped fitness center, Club 39 (an indoor recreation space offering catering kitchen, bar, golf simulator, billiards, and ping pong), on-site garage, library, in-house valet, laundry room, bicycle room, and the longest private driveway in New York City. Surrounded by the glamour of Manhattan's East Side, adjoining Beekman Place, Turtle Bay, and Sutton Place, 870 United Nations Plaza is at the epicenter of fine restaurants, supermarkets, specialty food stores, retail stores, parks, and cultural institutions, as well as close to houses of worship and public transportation. The building is adjacent to MacArthur Children's Playground, across the street from Peter Detmold Park Dog Park, and conveniently positioned along the East Side Drive for easy access to Wall Street, Midtown, Long Island, as well as points north. From the moment the doors opened in the late 1960's to the present, 870 United Nations Plaza has been home to some of New York's most prominent families in politics, entertainment, and commerce, including author Truman Capote, TV producer David Susskind, publisher Katharine Graham, David Koch of Koch Industries, art collector Mary Lasker, The Late Show host Johnny Carson, actor Yul Brynner, and news anchor Walter Cronkite. This is your opportunity to enjoy the same superior standard of living. There is a $567 monthly surcharge that pays for all utilities as well as window washing.This is a co-exclusive with Brown Harris Stevens.

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