If this isn’t the fantasy New York City apartment, then it’s hard to say what is!
Perched high above the city streets at 1 West End Avenue, Apartment 38A, this massive apartment was given its finishing touches by Los Angeles-based designers Patrick Dragonette and Charles Tucker, and it shows.
Currently owned by Philip Lawrence, an 8x Grammy award-winning songwriter and producer, and Urbana Chappa Lawrence, renowned celebrity stylist, and fashion designer, this sky-high mansion is destined for greatness.
Clocking in at more than 3,000 square feet of living space, this four-bedroom, four-and-a-half bathroom Lincoln Square property delivers on all fronts.
The details shine through every square inch, with custom cabinets, motorized windows, beautifully appointed closets light fixtures, and more!
Just take the Italian-crafted Scavolini kitchen, for example, designed by Jeffrey Beers, and flanks the spacious corner living room.
The kitchen houses marble slab counters, polished, name-brand fixtures, and an expansive lineup of high-end appliances, giving occupants a taste of Italy in more ways than one.
The primary bedroom, at the opposite end of the unit from the kitchen and main living space, offers north-facing views, and a dreamy walk-in closet, along with an en-suite, five-piece bathroom with heated marble floors, a glass-enclosed shower, and a Zuma soaking tub.
Did somebody say spa day?
There are three other bedrooms, each offering its own spectacular views, and its own en-suite bathrooms. Rest assured, those bathrooms are also dressed up to the nines!
There’s still more: A laundry room, a walk-in foyer closet, a wine fridge — the list goes on!
The unit is located in One West End, a gorgeous glass residential tower that also features designer touches — the architecture was designed by Pelli Clarke Pelli, and the building rises above Riverside Center — Atelier Christian de Portzamparc’s master-planned neighborhood enclave.
Owners will also be near Central Park, Lincoln Center, the Hudson River, and the best of both the Upper West Side and Midtown.
This unit is currently listed for $8,250,000 by broker Maria Daou of Coldwell Banker Warburg.
Photography by: Coldwell Banker Warburg, Daniel Arnold Photography