This $13.995M Flatiron Home On The 57th Floor Has Priceless 360-Degree NYC Views  

In New York’s unique luxury market, a prime view of the city can deliver the instant "magic" that sets a property apart. This magnificent $13,995,000 home listed by broker June Gottlieb with agents Steven Gottlieb and Emily Becker of Coldwell Banker Warburg, has that kind of irresistible magnetism.

Comprising the entire 57th floor of Madison Square Park Tower in the Flatiron district, the 4,600 square-foot penthouse has views everywhere you look. From this elevated perch, you'll feel as if you're dancing among the rooftops of some of New York City’s most iconic buildings: The Clocktower, Empire State Building, Chrysler Building, the Freedom Tower. From downtown Manhattan to the river, you can see it all.

Gottlieb calls it "the epitome of luxury living," and there is no question why. Soaring 10-foot ceilings and floor-to-ceiling glass walls throughout provide the canvas for richly detailed, meticulously designed interiors featuring 4 spacious bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms.

There’s an impressive 40-foot open living and dining room in the northwest portion of the home, with a hall leading east to two bedrooms (both with ensuite baths), and ultimately to the primary suite, which comprises nearly the entire eastern wing.

The primary suite has two large walk-in closets, a massive ensuite bathroom, and one eye-popping view!

The kitchen is loaded with high-end appliances and features. There’s Molteni custom cabinetry, marble counters, appliances by SubZero and Miele, two dishwashers and a full-sized wine fridge. There’s also a laundry room adjacent to the kitchen.

The property is located at 45 East 22nd Street, in Madison Square Park Tower — a modern sculptural building completed in 2017 with interiors curated by London designer Martin Brudnizki. There is a resident lounge with a demo kitchen, a fitness center, a basketball court, a golf simulator, a library, a playroom, 24-hour door staff, and even onsite parking! Plus, owners will be near everything that the Flatiron, Chelsea, and Gramercy have to offer.


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