This is Manhattan's Most Paparazzi-Proof Tower
Having already broken a Third Avenue sales record with the $27M deal for Penthouse A in November, 200 East 83rd continues to be one of the top-selling residential buildings in Upper East Side history. Now the tower's most exclusive residence, Penthouse C, which recently hit the market asking $32.5M, presents a unique opportunity: a home atop the Upper East Side's very own paparazzi-proof building. It may be time for the celeb-laden 443 Greenwich Street, with its below-ground valet parking, to take a back seat (no pun intended). Crowning the top two floors of the 35-story condo tower, Penthouse C presents an alluring living opportunity for future residents. The sky-high mansion features generous 12-foot ceiling heights with custom crown moldings and oversized windows, which flood the home with natural light and present breathtaking wraparound views of Central Park. Noteworthy entertaining spaces include a dramatic 37-foot long living room with a bespoke gas fireplace, a library, and a large den. Continuous white oak flooring grounds the light-flooded interiors and custom-designed millwork which provide additional elements of warmth. Complementing the custom millwork in the spacious eat-in kitchen will be polished nickel hardware, honed Calacatta Elba marble slab countertops, and backsplashes along with a Miele and Sub-Zero suite of appliances. Most bedrooms – each with an en-suite bath – are located on the second floor of this contemporary house-like apartment and two of the secondary bedrooms have direct terrace access. As one would expect, Penthouse C’s primary bedroom is ultraluxe with its own private terrace, expansive closets, and a windowed five-fixture primary bath, which doubles as a serene oasis with a massive rain shower, deep soaking tub, and radiant heated tile floors. Residents will not only enjoy a masterfully-designed duplex home but will also have access to automated onsite parking complemented by a vaulted porte-cochere allowing for total privacy for those camera-shy buyers - among many other incredible amenities and conveniences. This incredibly rare residence also includes a "movie set" size dining terrace with arched stonework framing spectacular exposures of Central Park, the East River, Midtown, and the Upper East Side.