33 West 56th Street, Unit 5C, Midtown
$1,550,000
33 W 56th St, #5C
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33 W 56th St, #5C

The Centurion is the first ground up residential condominium in New York City designed by I.M. Pei, internationally-recognized Pritzker-prize winning architect. Apartment 5C is a generously-proportioned 987 square feet one-bedroom residence with a bright, southern exposure overlooking the historic Merchants' Row houses along 56th Street. The sunny, spacious living / dining room and adjacent master bedroom feature teak floors and full floor-to-ceiling, sound-insulated windows. The kitchen has custom natural-walnut cabinetry, a solid clear glass countertop, glass tile backsplash, premium appliances by Sub Zero, Wolf and Viking and a Bosch dishwasher. The luxurious master bath is over-sized with a polished marble floor, soft gray honed marble vanity, Kallista tub and Kohler sink; the powder room features a white crystal marble wall. Enjoy the convenience of generous closet space, and a Bosch Axxis washer/dryer. Attractive common charges and a 421A tax abatement.

The Centurion offers a private exercise facility, a 24-hour attended garage, white glove 24-hour doorman / concierge and a resident superintendent. The Centurion is an intimate, exclusive condominium with an unrivaled location near Bergdorf Goodman, and just a few minutes' stroll from Central Park.

  • 1 BEDS
  • For Sale
  • 987 Sq.Ft.

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The Centurion is the first ground up residential condominium in New York City designed by I.M. Pei, internationally-recognized Pritzker-prize winning architect.
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Features & Amenities

Area & Lot

  • Status:For Sale
  • LIVING SPACE:987 Sq.Ft.
  • Neighborhood:Midtown West

Interior

  • Total Bedrooms:1
  • Kitchen:Modern Kitchen
  • Laundry Room:Washer/Dryer
  • Flooring information:Teak Floors

Financial

  • SALES PRICE $1,550,000
  • REAL ESTATE TAXES $1,383/mo
  • Common Charges $1,981/mo
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Midtown West, from 34th Street to 57th Street, from Fifth Avenue to the Hudson River.

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