This month’s cream of the crop listing is perched atop the prominent Pierre Hotel at 795 Fifth Avenue. A duplex co-op apartment situated on floors thirty and thirty-one embodies metropolitan living at its finest. This pre-war hotel graced by Peter Marino renovation designs offers elegance and versatility. Full 360 degree views of Central Park and the Manhattan skyline, combined with stunning hardwood floors, custom design details, and high-tech systems, create the perfect blend of luxury and functionality.
The entry gallery just off of the elevators features paneled walls, giving way to a stunning suite of entertaining rooms comprised of living area, an extensive library with built ins, and a formal dining area. The dining area leads into the chef’s kitchen with a large walk in pantry, plenty of storage space, glass front cabinets, two dishwashers, two refrigerators, wine cooler, and a window seat. A small bar is located across from the powder room between the gallery and the library.
A privatized master suite wing on the main floor provides expansive retreat space including sitting area, custom wood paneled dressing room with built ins, walk in closets and an incredibly fitted marble bath and stand up shower. This master wing offers abundant closet space as well as the laundry area and a staff room with another bath attached. Another bedroom with bathroom and ample closet space is situated on the opposite end of this floor past the library.
An open staircase with gold leaf trim leads to the upper level gallery. Another master suite favors this level including a large study, dressing room with extensive closet space, and master bath. A small kitchen, library, powder room, and another bedroom with bath are also located on this upper level, providing the fine details of comfort and extravagance expected from such a magnificent home.
This trophy residence in the Pierre offers all of the conveniences of hotel living combined with the privacy of an exclusive living space. White glove service includes 24 hour doorman, 24 hour concierge, housekeeping services, restaurant services, and fitness center. Listed by Serena Boardman at Sotheby’s, this apartment at the Pierre definitely earns its place as the most expensive listing on the Upper East Side in January, with an asking price of $70,000,000.