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It would be reasonable to assume that a structure rising 60 stories high would fit hundreds of residences but at Madison Square Park Towers, there are only 83, or two per floor. As a result, these residences are spacious and exude a penthouse feel regardless of the floor number. Now, one such luxury apartment, 46A, is on the market.
Covering 2,500 square feet, the residence offers a roominess not often afforded to New York City apartments. Upon entering the home via a semi-private elevator, residents are greeted by breathtaking views of some of the city’s most iconic structures through floor-to-ceiling windows lining the 32-foot-long corner living area.
Such views continue throughout the residence, including in the adjacent galley kitchen complete with oak and white lacquered cabinetry, a contoured marble countertop and top-of-the-line appliances. Around the corner, a seated countertop and wet bar make for the perfect place to pour a drink for guests.
Positioned on the southwest corner with views of the Hudson River is the primary suite. The sizable ensuite bathroom fits a Waterworks shower, double vanity and soaking tub near the window. Two additional ensuite bedrooms and a laundry area complete the floor plan.
More amenities, however, await outside the apartment. Located above Madison Square Park, 45 E 22nd Street offers access to a fitness center with a private training area, golf simulator, basketball court, children’s playroom, library, billiards and cards rooms and a terrace with an outdoor grill. The 54th floor houses a social lounge.
About the area: Midtown Manhattan, located in the heart of New York City, is a bustling and iconic neighborhood that epitomizes the vibrant energy of the metropolis. Stretching from 34th Street to 59th Street and from the Hudson River to the East River, Midtown is a central hub for business, entertainment and culture. Midtown is home to some of the city’s most iconic landmarks, including the Empire State Building, Rockefeller Center and Grand Central Terminal, each contributing to the neighborhood’s distinctive skyline.