Prewar Condo Built 1913 in
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The award-winning, 87-foot wide Carhart Mansion with its grand lobby and four majestic residences offers the ultimate in discretion and luxury. Designed by London architect, John Simpson, whose royal commission includes work in Buckingham Palace, this low-key boutique condominium received architecture's most prestigious award, the Palladio Award in 2007 - heralding it as the year's "Outstanding New Classical Work in an Urban Setting." The condominium was also presented the Carnegie Hill Neighbors' Enrichment Award, praising its contribution to the community as an architectural and cultural jewel. The present 7,140 sq. ft. duplex penthouse encompasses ten rooms, enhanced with the finest finishes and appointments, and 6 fabulous terraces. Among the primary rooms are a grand 40 ft. living room with 12 ft. ceilings, a 22 ft. formal dining room, a 20 ft. breakfast kitchen with windows, and staff quarters. There is an option to create a master suite on the upper level solarium with access to a vast 48 ft. x 20 ft. terrace. Residents of the four grand units at The Carhart Mansion enjoy a full-time doorman/concierge, a porter and residence manager. Each unit has its own storage room also.