This fully furnished 28-DAY TIMESHARE FRACTIONAL OWNERSHIP Residence is deeded real estate, with ownership that entitles you to 28 indulgent days in a glamorous studio residence at The St. Regis each year, or you can divide your time through the Interchange Program at another participating Residence Club property, such as the St. Regis Residence Club in Aspen or the Phoenician in Scottsdale, Arizona. The designated Fixed Week for this offering is Week #19, which is May 7-14 in the current year. The Fixed Week is guaranteed, unless you choose to exchange that week in a given year.
Other usage options permit the owner to exchange 1 or 2 weeks for Marriott Bonvoy points that can be used for flights or stays at other Marriott Hotels & Resorts around the world.
The St. Regis Hotel New York sets the ultimate standard of luxury in the heart of Manhattan. Privileges of ownership include: personal butler service 24-hours a day, twice-daily maid service, state-of-the-art entertainment and communication technology, and access to all hotel amenities during your stay, as well as Platinum Elite membership in the Marriott Bonvoy program.
Fractional ownership is a real estate lifestyle that is ideal for those looking to enjoy luxury services and accommodations around the globe, without worrying about the upkeep and logistics of owning a second home outright. Opportunities like the St. Regis Residence Club provide the freedom to enjoy a luxury second home experience without the burden of whole ownership. Yet these units are deeded real estate that can be sold, gifted, or inherited.
Building Features 20 Floors24 Units
$75,000 / $168 per ft²
Reported closed by Agent, pending ACRIS document
In Contract: Jul 05, 2022
367 Days to enter contract
Studio / 1.0 Bath / 445 ft²
Total Monthly expenses: $963
Maintenance: $874 / R.E. Taxes $89
Exclusively listed with: Compass
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