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Award winning architectural design and panoramic views of all Central Park and the New York City skyline from an elegant, full-floor aerie. An enfilade of 5 rooms, a 92-foot expanse, directly overlooks the park. The luxurious and modern interior was designed by Michael S. Smith, with architecture by Oscar Shamamian. Ferguson & Shamamian's work on 50 Central Park South was the recipient of the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art 2015 Stanford White Award in recognition of achievement in residential architecture in a townhouse or an apartment.
A large living room with both northern and southern exposures boasts walls of stucco veneziano and a parquet de Versailles-patterned floor of German silver, hand-hammered over wood. The dining room features 18th Century-style boisseries by Feau & Cie and opens to an intimate corner breakfast room. The library, inspired by Coco Chanel's famous Paris apartment, is fitted with 18th Century Chinese lacquer panels.
The sumptuous corner master bedroom suite includes a paneled private en-suite library, a dressing room and 2 exquisitely finished master baths. A light-flooded guest suite enjoys 3 exposures, a dressing room and striking en-suite bath. The immaculate chef's kitchen and a powder room finished in straw marquetry complete this superb home.
Each room of this splendid apartment boasts rare and unusual finishes, wonderful light and 10-foot ceilings. One of only 12 large condominium residences located atop the Ritz-Carlton New York Hotel. The Residences at the Ritz-Carlton afford owners a private residential lobby, peerless security, an outstanding on-site fitness center/spa and the availability of a full array of impeccable hotel services.
A rare marriage of the ultimate in neoclassical elegance and modern sophistication, with the most spectacular views in all New York.