This impecably renovated penthouse residence, atop a distinguished white glove prewar co-op building, offers unparalleled views of New York City's iconic skyline and the Empire State Building from its private 1,360sf wrap-around terrace.
Designed and renovated with impeccable taste by one of New York's award-winning architect, Joe Franza, and renowned stylist Tony Fornabaio, this one-bedroom, one and a half bathroom home measuring approx 1,100sf interior, has been featured in the NY Post and is considered an exceptional asset.
The clean lines of the chef's kitchen by Florense come equipped with top-of-the-line appliances, an 8 foot long island, remote controlled kitchen cabinets, self-closing custom cabinetry, and movement-sensor lighting.
With its direct access to the terrace lounge area, the primary bedroom has a generous walk-in closet and an en-suite bathroom outfitted with Italian marble slab bathroom, heated floors, Hastings rose gold fixtures, and dark walnut paneling.
Other property features include a wood burning fireplace, automated shades throughout, wide plank natural walnut flooring, double pane windows, discrete sound system, two- zoned AC units, and a foyer with an original 1923 metal door.
This well-managed coop offers a 24-hour doorman, a live-in super, a roof deck for residents and laundry facilities. 136 East 36th Street is in the heart of the historic yet vibrant neighborhood of Murray Hill. It is conveniently located near all major transportation options, great restaurants, and shops.