In the upper half of a 1941 Emery Roth-designed building, two units have been combined, each independently spacious, together a brilliant, magnificent expanse. Within this exceptional footprint exists a range of options for adaptation by a discerning buyer. From a simple cosmetic upgrade to a full-scale reconfiguration, 9-GH enjoys extraordinary floor plan utility and flexibility, enviable scale, oversized east-facing portrait windows, and incomparable storage space. At the corners, bedrooms with two exposures benefit from a gentle cross breeze. And, because there are no party walls to the east, west, or south, each chamber is free of even the faintest or friendliest sound or signal typically detectable from an adjoining residence. A library or third bedroom of pleasing proportion fits neatly next to a gracious foyer, and the foyer can function as an impressive private gallery. Such an enticing apartment profile will be nearly impossible to replicate, especially with Central Park at your doorstep. Situated at arguably the most desirable coordinates along Fifth Avenue, building number 875 continues to delight as an exclusive, full-service co-op that puts residents first by permitting washers and dryers, and by restricting showings to weekdays between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Two individual storage units convey in the sale. With regrets, pets are not permitted. Please note, the new owner will participate in the building's modernization process by installing several new windows. Call for your private appointment in advance of a revitalized spring market.