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MIDTOWN MASTERY

Smack dab in the middle of midtown, 28 W. 38th Street is a stylish full-floor loft with three exposures that’s been elegantly designed with incredible attention to detail. Both the living/dining rooms feature marble and stone mosaic floors, chrome ceilings, silklined walls, a decorative fireplace, and a wall of closets. The den comes with checkered marble floors, brass ceilings, mahogany walls, and cedar floor-to-ceiling closets. The master bedroom sports marble floors, silk walls, and its ensuite bathroom boasts handpainted Chinoiserie walls, double sinks, a bidet, and Sherle Wagner fixtures. A windowed dressing room easily converts to a library or study. The enormous chef’s eat-in kitchen is dressed up in marble floors, too—along with Venetian plaster and rubbed vinyl walls, a Portuguese-tiled wall, tin ceilings, and a marble-topped island. Appliances are topdrawer and the stove is professional grade. Other extras include a home office and video intercom. $2.275 million. IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY.

ANNA SHAGALOV | 212-381-4216 | HALSTEAD PROPERTY

 
       
         
 

SOHO RARITY

Elegance is personified in this sun-filled 2,300-SF 1BR, 1BA loft in the Gunther Building at 55 Greene Street. Easily convertible to a 2BR, 21⁄2BA co-op with access to a private glass elevator, it features soaring ceilings, nearly a dozen oversized windows with north and east exposures, and Brazilian walnut floors throughout. The kitchen is brimming with custom-designed maple cabinetry, honed Absolute Marble worktops, and tri-fold glass-paneled doors. Appliances, including a washer/dryer and wine cooler, are from Subzero, Miele, Asko, and Fisher & Paykel. Top electronic features include a fully integrated four-zone sound system with surround sound in the media room, a Bang & Olufsen phone system, two-zone central air, and a video intercom system. $3.995 million. IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY.

WENDY MAITLAND | 212-317-3660 | BROWN HARRIS STEVENS

 
   
 
 
 

BEST OF THE WEST

Here’s a chance to own a 3,000-SF, pre-war co-op in a white glove building on Central Park West. Inside 239 Central Park West at 84th Street, the park-facing, eight-room home is in triple-mint condition after a gut renovation by a world famous architect and interior designer. It has three bedrooms (convertible to four) and four marbled bathrooms. Special touches include a gilded-panel foyer with mirrored French doors and an oversized wood-burning fireplace with an antique mantle in the enormous living room. There’s a formal dining room and library that doubles as a family room and can be converted into the fourth bedroom. The eat-in kitchen boasts hand-made custom cabinetry with marble countertops and French ceramic tile floors. Other highlights: central air conditioning, a huge storage room, central laundry room and round-theclock doormen. $4.995 million. IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY.

LISA MAYSONET | 212-891-7195 | PRUDENTIAL DOUGLAS ELLIMAN

 
“High end real estate buyers are more discerning than ever before,” says Kelly Mack, President of Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group. “New York has huge international appeal, offering residences with highly sophisticated design and a fully serviced lifestyle to the world’s most discriminating buyers. The tremendous success of The Mark illustrates perfectly the increased demand for a super luxury lifestyle.”  
 


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