25 Columbus Circle
Originally 4 bedrooms, now 3 bedrooms with one of the grandest great rooms in all of NYC, measuring 40.6 feet and 7 floor to ceiling windows floating over Central Park. This lavish residence combines breathtaking Central Park and Hudson River views with grand scale entertaining spaces. A sense of tranquility in the bedrooms and exceptional views from every window - make this home a perfect Oasis!
Enter through a grand foyer that serves as the access point to all the rooms of the apartment. The gallery opens onto an impressive 40.6-foot living/dining room with floor to ceiling windows providing both exceptional light and stunning panoramic views of Central Park, Fifth Avenue and the city beyond! Off the gallery, a large corridor leads to the master suite. The large master suite features a corner exposure with breathtaking Central Park views. Within the master suite are two expansive dressing rooms with two spectacular marble baths.
A separate bedroom hall off the foyer leads to two large bedrooms with en-suite baths both featuring open views to the south and west over the Hudson River and downtown. A large eat-in kitchen with generous powder room are both situated directly off the gallery.
The building is one most prestigious white-glove condominiums in the city. Residents at 25 Columbus have access to outdoor roof deck, Mandarin Hotel spa and pool, fitness center, magnificent party rooms with catering kitchen and bar, children's playroom, in-house garage with valet parking, chauffer's lounge, global communications center, wireless technology, private screening room and every conceivable white-glove service and amenity available. 25 Columbus is a remarkable blend of location, architecture, services and views. This unique landmark is home to The Mandarin Oriental Hotel and Jazz at Lincoln Center. There is also a tremendous shopping experience at Time Warner. PHOTOS TO FOLLOW!
* Listing courtesy of The Modlin Group
Time Warner Center
25 Columbus Circle / Midtown West
The Time Warner Center is made up of twin skyscrapers designed by renowned architect, David Childs of Skidmore, Owings & Merrill and completed in 2004. The buildings consist of two 80-story towers with a bridge like atrium between them. The…Explore this Building