450 East 52nd Street, Club 1/3
Let your imagination run wild. Possibility for up to 4 bedrooms interior with an immense private garden. Situated at the end of a rare Manhattan cul-de-sac, 450 E. 52nd Street is a 14-story pre-war co-op that boasts a Venetian-Gothic facade of stone & brick. Known as The Campanile, Dorothy Parker dubbed the building, Wits End. Only its glamorous & illustrious residences overshadow the building's colorful & storied history. Home to the Swedish beauty of American cinema, Greta Garbo; philanthropist, Edgar J Kauffman; commentator for The New Yorker & member of the Algonquin Round Table, Alexander Woollcott; & inventor of Heinz's 57 Varieties, Henry Heinz. The elite have flocked to the Campanile because it is both secluded & at the center of things. Club 1/3 of the Campanile offers what many New York apartments cannot a varied history & vast private outdoor escape. This apartment is a clean slate in which you can realize the next reincarnation of Club 1/3.