Postwar Coop Built 1978 in
Upper East Side
| Full Service Doorman With Elevator
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BACK ON THE MARKET! Located on prized Fifth Avenue, this completely gut-renovated and rarely available home offers an unparalleled experience. Completed to the most exacting standards of renowned designer Brian Gluckstein, the layout is impeccable. Located off the living room is a tailored custom kitchen that includes yellowonyx countertops with beveled edges, as well as custom gray lacquered cabinetry complimented by nickel Pullman hardware and very chic exposed shelving that run the kitchen's western and eastern walls, respectively. These features are coupled with chef-level appliances off-set with 5 inch gray-stained rift. The vast master suite has a wall of windows and impressive western views. The bathroom includes a dramatic white marble, oversized penny tile floor that is complimented by a rich, tiger wood art-deco vanity that houses a cream onyx marble top offset with nickel hardware, as well as a dramatic, oversized glass shower stall with Dornbracht fixtures. The home also has quartered white oak floors that run the entire length of the apartment, as well as ample closet space throughout. 1001 Fifth Avenue is located in the heart of New York's Museum Mile, the epicenter of the upper east side which is known for its cultural institutions, restaurants, shopping, and recreation. Designed by world-famous architect Philip Johnson (Johnson and Burgee), 1001 Fifth is architecturally significant with its iconic limestone facade and trapezoidal extension above the roof line. Completing this amazing home is a 24-hour doorman, concierge, live-in superintendent, and fitness room. Pied-a-terres allowed, and pets are welcome.