An Architectural Gem This modern, newly renovated duplex is built on a grand scale. An entry gallery leads you to the magnificent 28.10'x 27.4' living room with 17.9' ceilings with a gas-burning-fireplace. The apartment is ideally suited for entertaining. The enormous North-facing windows generate tremendous light. Many of the windows have window boxes with luscious greenery. A grand staircase leads to the formal dining room overlooking the living room. The large eat-in-kitchen was designed with a chef in mind with state-of-the-art appliances and custom cabinetry. The spacious master suite has a large dressing room and a luxurious master bath. Closets are abundant throughout the apartment. The second bedroom and bath are located in a separate wing of the apartment. This property combines prewar details with a bright, modern design renovated to a very high standard. This apartment is rich in character and elegance complimented by an abundance of original features that are synonymous with 322 East 57th Street.
322 East 57th Street, built in 1929 and completed in 1930 is one of the most storied co-ops in New York City. It was designed by architect, Harry M. Clawson of Caughey and Evans, the same architects who designed and built the Hampshire House. 322 East 57th Street is known for its soaring double height living rooms and neo-Classical limestone facade. It is a widely admired architectural gem and one of the most elegant and prestigious co-ops in Manhattan. Originally, built as a 22 story residential hotel, it was re-zoned as residences in 1939 and converted into a co-op in 1959. Co-Exclusive