Welcome to the entire Eighteenth floor of 1050 Fifth Avenue. This trophy property has over 7,500 square feet of interior living, 1,500 square feet of outdoor living and almost 100 feet directly on Cen
tral Park. Dramatic new windows which span from 7 to 14 feet capture 180-degree views from one end of Central Park to the other. These breathtaking views allow one to see from Central Park South's skyline to the George Washington Bridge, and in between the majesty of the Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Reservoir.
Entertain from the living room and adjacent study, which can easily be combined to create a remarkable 40-foot living room directly on Fifth Avenue. Continue entertaining outdoors on the magnificent wrap terraces, also overlooking the reservoir, park and skyline views. One has the luxury of enjoying mornings, afternoons and sunsets, these spectacular views are yours to behold inside and outside of this home.
There are 16 rooms of formal and informal spaces, each one with dramatically oversized windows. The views, light and large spacious rooms continually surprise one room after room. Currently configured with a living room, open kitchen, dining room, study, library, media room, kitchenette, home office, gym, laundry room, seven bedrooms, nine baths and two powder rooms. With new windows, partial central air and two additional lobby level rooms available this residence has it all.
The principal suite consists of two enormous rooms with south facing light and park views from not only inside the suite but outside on the private terrace as well. There are two baths and the ability to create a windowed dressing room. All the additional bedrooms are oversized, filled with light and have open views.
With a 7,500 square foot home, the only amenity one needs is a garage, which 1050 has, as well as an attentive doorman, concierge, resident manager, handymen and porters. This well-run building allows 50% financing and has no flip tax. 1050 is an established cooperative that sits on the corner of Eighty Sixth street and Fifth Avenue across from the Neue gallery and on museum mile. This is truly a one of a kind home