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Morrel, Hirsch & Advisors | 146 West 57th Street, Unit 66/67E
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146 West 57th Street, Unit 66/67E

This is the one! Best value in Midtown Manhattan just two blocks from Central Park. Enormous convertible 3 bedroom with sunny Southern exposure at Metropolitan Tower. Approximately 2,400 square feet of living space with a unique layout that lends itself to multiple configuration options. Currently configured as an over-sized two bedroom home with double-length living room and a master bedroom suite fit for royalty.

Living at Metropolitan Tower is truly a six star experience. Understated elegance is the hallmark of this exclusive residential tower.

Enjoy the services of the exclusive residents’ only Club Metropolitan Restaurant featuring complimentary breakfast, room service, wine tastings, parties, patio dining. There is in house premier maid and valet services. There is 24 hour access to the fitness center. Enjoy the 30th floor glass enclosed full size 20 × 40 foot swimming pool, steam and sauna, in-house physical trainers, masseuse and masseur.

Be catered to by the premier Metropolitan Tower Concierge service that New York City has to offer with white glove doorman service, attended parking garage with chauffeur’s lounge.

Details

Price: $2,800,000
County: New York
Beds: 2
Baths Full: 2
Baths Half: 1
Property Type: Condominium
Common Charges: $3,366
Monthly Taxes: $3,203
Maintenance: –
Year Built: 1986
Neighborhood: Midtown

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Amenities

  • Pool
  • Fitness Room
  • Laundry Room
  • Maid Service
  • Valet
  • Private Storage

BROKERS

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HOWARD MORREL

LICENSED REAL ESTATE BROKER

Cell: +1 (917) 843-3210
Office: +1 (646) 757-2515
Howard.Morrel@compass.com

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