Luxury New Development In New York - 2br/2bth

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Manhattan, NY 10069
Luxury New Development In New York - 2br/2bth
2 bedrooms
6 guests
No min stay

Overview Description


Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 2
Sleeps: 6
Type: Apartment
No rental rates available - please contact the owner
Pets allowed: Yes
Internet: No
Description of the Manhattan vacation apartment rental
Spectacular BRAND NEW Trump Place condominium! 2 bedroom, 2 bath home with dramatic Hudson River views at Trumps newest development. This beautiful apartment has high ceilings and tall glass windows, a luxury chef's kitchen with imported Italian stone counters and marble baths.
Building amenities feature 24h white glove concierge and valet service, a state-of-the-art fitness center with an indoor pool, sauna and hot tub as well as a children's playground and media room.
Floors - hardwood, Light - excellent, Windows - new, Modern kitchen, Walk in closets, Great closet space, Washer/dryer, Dishwasher.

Tanya Mozel

Area Information
The Upper West Side has become one of Manhattan's most coveted locations. Full of entertainment, fashionable stores and drop-dead gorgeous architecture, the Upper West Side attracts a wide variety of residents, visitors, and garden-variety wanderers. Charming townhouses, luxurious co-ops, and to-die-for condos with park and river views tend to be some of the most sought-after residences in Manhattan. You'll also find distinguished pre-war brownstones, many of them lining the blocks west of Broadway, and stunning landmarks that cast shadows along the western edge of Central Park. Two of the most architecturally distinguished buildings in the country, the impressive Dakota and the Italian Baroque San Remo, with its looming twin towers, are both on Central Park West. These and many other choice addresses on the shady streets and Central Park West are home to celebrities of all types; Dustin Hoffman, Yoko Ono, and Jerry Seinfeld are just a few of the celebs enjoying the area's residential bliss.

The area canvasses 59th to 125th Street between Central Park to the east and Hudson River on the west. While primarily wealthy, there are also middle class residents here, all living in peaceful harmony. The area includes many artists, actors, celebrities, educators, and professionals. The Upper West Side also boasts its own culture. It is home to the Museum of Natural History with its mammoth dinosaurs, a truly awe-inspiring Planetarium, and the magnificent Lincoln Center, as well as numerous other performing arts centers. Popular and trendy bars, as well as gourmet food (think Zabars) and outdoor restaurants, are commonplace in this hip and luxurious locale.

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