Sotheby's International Realty - New York, NY
This massive loft is also larger than most of one bedrooms in 75 Wall Street, and is better priced than any other similar apartment in the building and area.
Featuring a distinct and large private separate sleeping area, this high end luxury property also features Miele dishwasher, Bosch oven/ stove top and a Liebherr refrigerator. It also has an in residence Eurotech washer and dryer. The kitchen has Caesar stone countertops and lacquer cabinetry.
Upgrades made by the seller are another bonus you will not find elsewhere, this includes in the home office / sleeping alcove, a soundproof wall and ceilings. The one and half bathrooms has custom wood cabinetry, Botticino semi classic marble floor and Tub Surround.
This open loft apartment is designed with living/dining area on one side of the space and the other end is the home office/ sleeping alcove.
75 Wall Street is a full service condo building. It has 24 hour doorman, live in super, media room, gym and parking garage and is also a pet friendly building.
Finally, 75 Wall street residents have access to the hotel services including catering, housekeeping, room service, valet laundry and a full time personal concierge.
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