By: Chandler Presson By: Chandler Presson | November 8, 2022 | Home & Real Estate People
Sitting in the heart of one of Manhattan’s most sought-after neighborhoods, Penthouse 43C at the Ritz-Carlton New York, NoMad is truly a cut above the rest.
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Nearly 500 feet above Manhattan, this penthouse is fully equipped with extraordinary design and impressive amenities. Internationally acclaimed architect Rafael Vinoly designed the gorgeous tower, and his expertise shows. The 1-bedroom 1.5-bathroom penthouse suite features unfettered panoramic views of the city thanks to its oversized picture windows with 12-foot panes.
The largest 1-bedroom penthouse in the building, 43C boasts 989 square feet of custom interiors adorned with white oak floors and millwork. 10-foot ceilings and a Poliform kitchen, honed with Quartzite island backsplash and countertop, as well as Bronzed glass cabinetry with integrated LED lighting create an oasis in the heart of the city. World-class Miele appliances with double ovens, an induction stove and dual-zone wine storage round out the jaw-dropping kitchen.
The primary bathroom’s Bardiglio Nuvolato marble floors and walls, Duravit deep soaking tub and Dornbracht fixtures match the kitchen’s opulence. A separate shower, dual ceiling mounted rain-shower and slide-bar fixtures as well as custom-carved Terrazzo double sinks transport you to a spa. Finally, the separate power room’s marble floors and custom-carved Terrazzo sink and basin ensure guests enjoy the Ritz-Carlton experience as well. Not to mention, The Ritz-Carlton amenities such as room service, maid service, the hottest new bars and restaurants by Jose Andres and a full-service space are also at your fingertips. Enjoy the
The entire collection of 16 penthouses in The Ritz-Carlton New York, NoMad provides families and guests the ability to stay for up to 120 nights per year with the option to elect to have their residences conveniently and expertly managed by The Ritz-Carlton when not in use. The hotel then rents the space for up to $20K a night, making this property a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for a buyer who wants a foothold in NYC without allowing their investment to sit empty for 75% of the year. $4.75 million, Erin Boisson Aries, Douglas Elliman Real Estate, 212.350.2210, [email protected]
Photography by: courtesy of Douglass Elliman Realty