This luxury residence is located at 255 East 74th Street, New York City. The projects developer, The World-Wide Group publish that its most exclusive residence, a $14.27 million, 5,980-square-foot, five bedroom home on the property’s 29th floor.
This full floor tower residence proposes buyers the ultimate in privacy and luxury. Examples of urban sophistication, this home features outstanding views, 39 – foot living room, fireplace, library of inexpensive, large family rooms and four secluded master suite with sitting room and bedroom and bathroom of his suite.
The building’s extremely sought after East Side location proposes easy access to 90 public and private schools, Central Park, premier museums, restaurants, shopping and other recreational facilities in one of New York City’s most safe and desirable neighborhoods.
Residence at 255 East 74th Street is the best of modern life has to proposes. The range of unit bedrooms are two until five, including a friendly-sized rooms, and playrooms in-residence in a specially made much larger units. Windowed eat-in kitchen, designed by Varenna by Poliform is the essence of each apartment. Each kitchen includes top-of-the-line appliances like Sub-Zero refrigerators and wine coolers, and oven towers and dishwashers by Miele. Balconies, terraces and fireplaces complement selected residences
The World Wide Group recently disclosed the doors at the building’s 2,400-square-foot Children’s Pavilion for adding the family-friendly facilities. The children’s center includes an interactive toddler room and cruising wall, climbing tree house, play zone for crafts, and a reading area. The facility also provides a game room for ‘tweens’ and teens with an arcade zone including pinball machines, dance-dance revolution machine, basketball arcade games, foosball, air hockey and table tennis.
Exclusive shops including Prada, Scoop NYC and Ralph Lauren are a short walk from the building, while gourmet specialty shop Citarella, the Morrell Wine Xchange and Eli’s Manhattan are just blocks from the Upper East Side residential tower. Local eateries include Orsay, Eli Zabar’s E.A.T., JG Melon and Haru. The building, which features Equinox Fitness Clubs’ 40,000-square-foot flagship facility, is steps away from Central Park and Museum Mile. [VIA]