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About 15 W 53rd St New York, NY 10019
Sunny skyline views await you from every window of this lovely residence.
Located in the award-winning Museum Tower Condominium next to the world famous MOMA museum, this delightful apartment encompasses approximately 1,917 square feet of luxurious living space. A huge 30' x 19" living room boasts views of Rockefeller Center. The windowed kitchen is replete with top of the line appliances including a Wolf Stove. Two spacious bedrooms can both serve as masters with en-suite closets and full bathrooms. There is also a separate powder room for guests and an in-unit washer/dryer.
The incomparable, white glove service building boasts an attentive staff of 52, and offers optional maid, laundry and valet options for residents. A well-appointed, dual level fitness center is on the premises (for a nominal fee), as well as a media/conference room, and a beautifully-planted roof terrace overlooking the MOMA Sculpture Garden.
Situated in the heart of midtown, this distinguished and truly noteworthy tower is near the elegant shops on Fifth and Madison Avenues, Carnegie Hall, Central Park and Lincoln Center.
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