Monday, April 11, 2011

It's Free to Look: Intelligent Design | The New York Observer

Take a glimpse at the link below after you read for a complete slideshow.

The above apartment is in the heart of Lincoln Center and is a magnificent sanctuary in the city.

I have a nose for great spaces and perhaps because I lived on 63rd Street and also went to Fiorello LaGuardia HS of Performing Arts on 66th Street, I have always loved this area of the city. There is Lincoln Center, Central Park, great places to eat and most of all, some of the most wonderful homes in the entire city.
I will tell you that nothing has been spared in the configuration of this space. This apartment knows just how to tempt you, beginning from the floor-to-ceiling windows that overlook Central Park, the midtown skyline, the Statue of Liberty and the Hudson River. It's almost as if I designed it to satisfy your taste for technology, because the customized kitchen "takes full advantage of space and light" along with state-of-the-art lighting, cabinetry, granite counter tops and appliances.
If you mosey over to the master suite, and you'll experience a "clever" office wired for sound, cable, fax and telephone, as well as an ensuite bathroom with a Whirlpool bath. The second and third bedrooms are also fully equipped for wall-mounted entertainment systems. Other "thoughtful" additions include a Lutron lighting system, integrated surround sound and automated window treatments. Even the layout is intelligent, as each room "flows seamlessly" into the next for floorplan perfection.
The condo also has direct access to the Lincoln Center Promenade, and is "perfectly situated to take advantage of the city's finest entertainment and cultural destinations." Offering "every conceivable amenity"—private swimming pool, sauna, steam room, gym, reception room, catering kitchen—and a prime location to boot, 160 West 66th Street takes the idea of a "smart home" to a whole new level.
This is by far, one of the premier properties in the city and I am glad to share it with you.
It's Free to Look: Intelligent Design | The New York Observer

Do make suggestions if there is an area you would like me to target for my next post.

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