Perched on the 19th floor of the prestigious tower at One Fifth Avenue, lies residence 19E, a spectacular one bedroom, one bathroom jewel box with unmatched light and views that will take your breath away.
An entertainer’s living room with over 9 foot beamed ceilings, honey wood plank floors, and three oversized picture windows spanning South-facing views of One World Trade, Washington Square Park and West-facing views overlooking the West Village, Hudson Yards and beyond.
An expansive dining area can easily fit a table of eight and is situated perfectly adjacent to the kitchen with quartz adorned countertops and an abundance of cabinet space. The primary bedroom is an enviable retreat with ample space that can host a King-size bed and cozy sitting nook. With Southwest views over Fifth Avenue and Washington Square Park from a massive picture window, this is where NYC dreams are made.
One Fifth Avenue is a landmark pre-war Art Deco building located at the entry of Fifth Avenue’s Gold Coast. Its iconic architectural profile is a prominent signature belonging to Washington Square Park views and Greenwich Village’s skyline. Built originally in 1929 as a luxury hotel by lead design architect Harvey Wiley Corbett, One Fifth Avenue is acclaimed today as one of the most coveted co-ops in all downtown Manhattan. Its imposing landmark two-story grand lobby was recently restored and its hallways renovated in 2019. Residents at this exclusive address enjoy a private social room and library, the convenience of having a live-in superintendent, 24-hour doorman, and porters. Pied-a-terre allowed and pet friendly. The “E” line apartments are the largest line of one bedrooms and are rarely available in the tower. There is a small ongoing monthly assessment of $154.78