"An unrivaled 11 room, 5 bedroom, 6.5 bathroom duplex on the 46th and 47th floors of the world renowned Olympic Tower Condominium. Marvel at the 360 degree views across Manhattan, river to river and encompassing Central Park, Rockefeller Center, the Empire State Building, and the newly built Freedom Tower. As you walk through the formal entry foyer you will enter the luxurious 41ft corner White Thasos marble drawing/living room with wet bar. Enjoy the 34ft media room that controls the state-of-the art professional sound system, with an 8ft screen projector. Treat yourself in the new full eat-in kitchen and family room with Statuary White marble counters, stainless steel appliances, and Bosch stove top. Entertain your guests in the 12 seat dining room separate to the kitchen. All the bedrooms are generously sized with high ceilings, endless closet space, and en suite full bathrooms. To encompass it all, feel indulged as you live in the 7750sqft of luxurious space. This extravagant condominium offers 24 hour white gloved uniformed doorman and concierge with 3 elevator operators and a complimentary in house gym. The building also now offers valet parking. Corporations and Pied-a-Terre s are welcome, and pets are welcome case by case. Short or long term rentals considered. A History of Olympic Tower and Apartment 46/47COlympic Tower has a history worthy of a book; a biography or a pop culture/fashion lesson of a bygone era. Perhaps this book could have been published by Joni Evans, the publishing executive in charge of Simon and Schuster and Random House who lived in the building for several years. Olympic Tower was built in 1976 by developer Aristotle Onassis and partners, and designed by architectural company, Skidmore, Owings and Merrill. Not only was it one of the first condominiums in New York City, but it was the first all glass tower in the city. The Onassis family was only one of many prestigious families to live in this glamorous building, which also included the Gucci, Ferogamo, and Camerino families. Known as the Studio 54 of apartment buildings, it is not hard to believe that Liz Taylor would sneak into the building through the back entrance, to avoid the paparazzi that would always be outside, to enjoy the many glamorous parties hosted by Halston in his showroom which included a runway. Many of those parties were frequented by A-Listers such as Liza Minnelli, Carol Channing, Eartha Kitt, Truman Capote, Bianca Jagger and Martin Scorsese. Scorsese even brought some of his new up and comers at the time, Robert De Niro and Al Pacino. 46/47C has been owned by the Onassis family, and Adnan Khashoggi. Most recently, the notorious Rafaello Follieri and super star Anne Hathaway leased this apartment during their storybook romance.Available for short term and long term lease."
Architecture Style: Other
Roof Type: Unknown
Rooms: Bedroom, Full Bath, Kitchen, Laundry Room, Recreational Room
View Type: City, River