Luxury Penthouse on Fifth Avenue
The Crown Penthouse, a newly listed residence with beautiful views, situated at the heart of Fifth Avenue hits the market at a whopping value of $73.8 million
The Crown Penthouse, a new street at the heart of Fifth Avenue hits the market at $73.8 million
Spanned across three levels of the penthouse, The Crown, at 212 Fifth Avenue is a newly listed luxury apartment situated on Fifth Avenue, which offers an unrivalled windows and dramatic views.
First discovered in 1913, Schwartz & Gross designed the neo-Gothic office building and more than 100 years later, Madison Equities helmed the conversion of this historic Beaux Arts building to private apartments. After that, it passed through Helpern Architects, who stepped in to redesign the residence and much of the historic details were preserved to keep it as original as it had been before, all the while the interior within transformed to suit the tastes profiles of the home occupants.
Today, where the residential stands, The Crown exudes strong ties to the vibrancy of Manhattan city. Just a short walk from the residence is the Gramercy’s Michelin-star restaurant, Fifth Avenue shopping, and other exciting venues that firmly established this neighborhood.
Overlooking the cityscape, this gorgeous penthouse is a perfect place to enjoy and delight what Manhattan has to offer. In addition, The Crown has been completely furnished to provide future home owners a spacious Great Room, including a roaring fire and arched windows, a kitchen clad in Calacatta marble and state-of-the-art appliances, as well as a master suite with seven rooms on the main level.
Upon entering the triplex residential, there’s a bronze staircase in the atrium, including a private elevator and a separate staircase leading to the master bedroom suite. The state-of-the-art penthouse also comprised two large terraces that have been spaciously designed for residents to socialise, unwind and nestle in supreme comfort.
Amenities at this domain offers a pool and entertaining spaces as well as plenty of seating opportunities for residents who want to seek respite or catch up with their favourite novels. The third level features an observatory space that contains a fireplace, wet bar, powder room, a walkable skylight, with aerial views of Manhattan.