If you have been looking for a JEWEL perched high in the sky you have found it in this ultra-luxury Condo! BIRDS EYE VIEWS from all the rooms overlooking the River, George Washington Bridge, Lincoln Center and far beyond. No expense has been spared in the full renovation of this wonderful home. Some of the details are: remote controlled sunshades, Venetian Plaster wall treatments, custom built-in cherry kitchen cabinets, top-of-the-line appliances, washer/dryer, audio-visual system is pre-wired throughout and beautiful floors. Master bedroom has loads of storage with walk in closet and the master bathroom has a huge glass shower stall with rain head shower. The powder/guest bathroom is beautiful. The apartment has custom lighting throughout. Must be seen to appreciate!. Simply stunning throughout! This is a co-exclusive with Corcoran.The Millennium Tower is regarded as one of Lincoln Square's most prestigious residences, has two separate entrances and takes up the entire block from Broadway to Columbus and West 67th to West 68th Street. The Millennium Tower entrance accesses the top portion, which begins on the 44th floor and ends on the 56th. Built in 1994, this luxury condominium features apartments with incomparable views of the city, park and river. Residents enjoy amenities that include 24-hour doorman, concierge service, state-of-the art security system, storage facility, IMAX theater. The Equinox Club featuring a multi-lane swimming pool and outdoor deck is located in the building. Conveniently located in Lincoln Square, a block from Central Park, Lincoln Center, excellent shopping, restaurants and transportation. No Pets Please.
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Building Features

full time doorman
bike room
pet friendly
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$6,750 per month

Last Asking: May 31, 2018

1 Bed / 1.5 Baths / 800 ft² ($101 per ft² yearly)

Furnished: No

Exclusively listed with: IT Properties

Suzanne Johansson-Cawley


Listing Courtesy of IT Properties

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