This magnificent cooperative apartment is a French chateau with a mansard roof atop the landmark Pierre Hotel. Visible from afar, this apartment is an iconic part of the New York City skyline. It is unique in many ways, especially in beginning on the 41st floor making it the highest prewar cooperative apartment in Manhattan. The residence has 360 degree views including all of Central Park. It boasts the hotel's original ballroom with a 23 foot ceiling; cozy sitting rooms; a paneled library; terraces in each of the four corners of the building; five or more bedrooms; five fireplaces and an interior elevator. Priced properly at its market value, this apartment provides a unique opportunity for the most discerning buyer.
Built in 1929 at the southeast corner of Central Park on the site of the original Elbridge Gerry mansion, The Pierre is the tallest prewar building on the Park. Owned at one time by J. Paul Getty, it has been an established cooperative building for over 55 years. In 2005, the building underwent a $100 million dollar renovation. Today it is a co-op which includes a luxury, five star hotel and private residences managed by Taj Hotels Resorts and Palaces. The residents of the distinguished cooperative apartments enjoy the same lavish amenities available to the hotel guests. For the owner of the Penthouse, these benefits include a dedicated two person staff; access to 24 hour room service and concierge service; attended elevators; valet parking, and the use of the fitness and business centers.