310 East 46th Street, Unit 17D, Manhattan, NY 10017
This spacious and sunny 1-Bed, 2-Bath is located in prime Turtle Bay. Enter into the unit down a long hallway into the large living/dining area that boasts tons of sunlight that seeps in through the unit’s oversized windows, and plenty of space to comfortably fit a dining table and a living area. The updated kitchen features 3 large windows, sleek appliances and abundant cabins space. On the far side of the living area, a door opens onto a gorgeous, spacious private terrace overlooking the city, with spectacular northern views.
The primary bedroom features an ensuite primary bathroom with a soaking tub and a standing shower – there is ample closet space throughout both the bedroom and bathroom. This home also has a small office space as well as a second bathroom and just above the kitchen, a small ladder leads up to a loft for extra storage. *Some photos are virtually staged.
Set on a serene stretch of Midtown East just down the block from the United Nations Headquarters, Turtle Bay Towers is a full-service luxury building set in a historic prewar property. Built in 1929 as an NYC design school and known for its striking terraced facade, the 27-story tower was briefly home to a print factory. In 1979, its careful conversion to 338 luxury apartments was noted with the First Honor Award from the American Institute of Architects. On-site amenities at this pet-friendly property include a large renovated lobby with two sitting areas, a rooftop terrace, laundry, storage, bike room, and a parking garage, plus 24-hour doorman service and a live-in super. As a cond-op, Turtle Bay Towers combines all the attraction of a graceful prewar property with the flexibility of a condo: no formal board approval, an open sublet policy and pied-a-terres allowed. With a venerable history dating back to New Amsterdam, Turtle Bay is the most tranquil corner of Midtown Manhattan, known for its quiet tree-lined streets and beautiful green spaces. United Nations Plaza is just down the street, while Grand Central Station is a few blocks in the other direction and all the appeal of living in the heart of Manhattan is moments away.