In the upper east side of Manhattan an entire 12-storey building divided into 3 large units on 4 levels with a private elevator. A luxury condominium where they lived, among others, Puff Daddy, Tommy Hilfiger and some members of European royal families. The entire building costs 29 million dollars.
n the upper east side of Manhattan, one of the most prestigious real estate districts. A stone’s throw from Central Park, at 807 of the famous Park Avenue, there is a very special building. 12 floors, 27 rooms overall, 16 bathrooms for a total of over 2,200 square meters, Divided into three large super-luxury apartments in which several celebs were used to live. Beginning with rap star Puff Daddy , Sean Combs – who bought the entire building at the end of the 1990s for 12 million of dollars. He split it into various units . The famous American designer Tommy Hilfiger , as well as some members of European royal families.
Each apartment is about 500 square meters , arranged on 4 levels connected by a private elevator and has 5 or 6 bedrooms, 3 or 4 bathrooms, private terrace surrounded by greenery. The interior layout is typical of luxury New York apartments. With large open-plan kitchen-living spaces flooded with natural light thanks to large full-height windows with rectangular glass. The New York studio IMG design curated the design based on codes as essential and geometric rigor. But without excess, which allows to obtain rooms with sober elegance. In addition to the luxurious apartments, the building offers large common areas. Also a sumptuous lobby with precious marble floors, walnut walls and vaulted ceilings decorated with silver leaf.
The property has all the credentials to become a luxurious family complex, or a sumptuous single-family residence. In the heart of the sought-after neighborhood of Lenox Hill, as well as a great investment opportunity. To win it, you will need $ 29 million. As directed by the New York City real estate agency Stribling , which deals with the sale.