Be the first to live in this corner three bedroom, 2,385 square foot home in New York City's newest neighborhood, Hudson Yards. The corner great room allows for effortless entertaining and gracious living, and 10'7" floor-to-ceiling windows with southern and eastern exposure offer spectacular views of the Hudson River and New York City skyline. The open chef's kitchen features an island of Italian Grigio Trambiserra marble, oak cabinetry in black-ink stain, marble backsplash, and Miele appliances including vented gas cooktop, double ovens with steam and speed oven, and wine storage. The master bedroom suite offers southerly river views, dual walk-in closets, and a windowed master bathroom with six-foot soaking tub, floating stone vanity of polished Blue De Savoie marble, fixtures by Dornbracht, and radiant heated floors of sand brushed Blue de Savoie marble. The two secondary bedrooms feature eastern city views, walk-in closets, and en-suite bathrooms with honed Solakas Greek marble walls and floors. Washer/dryer. Powder room with polished Nordic Bone quartzite floors and vanity walls. NO FEE.
Enjoy white-glove service from the doorman and concierge plus amenities on the 50th and 51st floors including a 75-foot swimming pool and whirlpool, 3,500 square foot fitness center designed by the Wright Fit, yoga studio, steam rooms and saunas, spa with treatment rooms, beauty bar for hair and makeup services, residents' lounge, club room with billiard tables, card tables, and TV, atelier with communal working table and lounge seating, screening and performance room, business center, golf simulator lounge, chef's kitchen and wine tasting room, two private dining rooms, and children's play room.
In addition to its wellness and leisure amenities, Fifteen Hudson Yards offers bike storage, pet spa, and an underground connection to the parking garage at 10 Hudson Yards.
NEW YORK CITY'S NEWEST NEIGHBORHOOD
Developed by Related and designed by the renowned firms Diller Scofidio + Renfro and Rockwell Group, Fifteen Hudson Yards benefits from comprehensive planning that combines luxury residential living, shopping, dining, and culture.
Anchored by the first Neiman Marcus in New York City, The Shops & Restaurants at Hudson Yards offer one million square feet of shopping, with a mix of luxury and fashion brands, and dining, with restaurants co-curated by Chef Thomas Keller. An urban food hall located under the High Line at 10 Hudson Yards blends quick serve concepts in a high-design setting.
Directly adjacent to 15 Hudson Yards is The Shed, New York's first arts center to commission new work across the performing arts, visual arts, and popular culture.
35 Hudson Yards is home to the first ever Equinox Hotel and the largest Equinox fitness club ever built, including indoor and outdoor swimming pools and a 25,000 square foot spa, and the city's newest SoulCycle.
In addition to the 14 acres of parks within Hudson Yards, residents have direct access to three outstanding city parks: the High Line, a 1.5-mile long park converted from a historic elevated railway line; Hudson River Park, with its 550 waterfront acres and 32 miles of jogging and biking paths on the greenways that circle Manhattan; and Hudson Park & Boulevard, which bring additional lawns, fountains, and playgrounds to the center of Hudson Yards.
Dedicated to transforming one of New York's last undeveloped areas into a vibrant and engaging neighborhood, New York City and State have invested over $4 billion in projects adjacent to or connected to Hudson Yards, including mass transit, infrastructure, new parks, and new cultural and recreational facilities. The new No. 7 subway extension offers quick connections from Hudson Yards to midtown's five key transportation hubs.
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