South-facing two bedroom and two bathroom with windowed dining alcove located in an amenity-driven condominium in close proximity to the United Nations and Grand Central. This spacious home features an expansive living and dining area with galley kitchen and a separate alcove that could be a perfect home office or additional windowed dining. The kitchen boasts stainless steel appliances and ...
granite countertops. The master bedroom has great closet space and an en suite bathroom. This home is equipped with a washer & dryer.
The Vantage Condominium boasts: Expansive rooftop sundeck with stunning views of Manhattan skyline, 24-hour concierge, live-in super Residents Lounge. State-of-the-art Fitness Room and Yoga Room, Individual storage facilities available, Lobby Lounge, Shared work lounge, Bike Storage, Bike Share available for residents. Resident's private mailroom. Package Room with the notification screen.
This elegantly charming building is located on a tree-lined street in the dazzling Murray Hill neighborhood. Located in close proximity to the United Nations and Grand Central, this location yields access to fine dining, numerous parks, and plenty of luxury boutiques. Vintage is designed by award-winning interior designer Andrs Escobar and is a fine example of contemporary architecture. The smooth sleek design allows one to appreciate the open floor plan that is enlightened by natural light entering through large windows. Take a break and enjoy the beautiful views of the iconic NYC Skyline from the Roof Deck. Read More
For those seeking modern, luxury living, The Vantage is an excellent choice. Designed by Meltzer/Mandl Architects and located in the vibrant Murray Hill neighborhood, it rises to a height of 22 stories and features 94 units. It includes several amenities one would expect from a luxury residence such as a rooftop deck, fitness room, yoga room, free wifi, bike storage, and a 24-hour doorman. The interior was designed by Andres Escobar, who is internationally recognized for his interior design work. The building was converted to a condo in 2017 and previously called The Montrose.