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PRICE ADJUSTMENT, Welcome to a slice of Paris perfection on Fifth Avenue. This spacious alcove studio is a serene jewel box. Impeccably renovated, this gem is in pristine condition, with modern and elegant high end finishes while preserving the special pre - war details of this premiere Emory Roth cooperative. There is a lovely separation of space between all of the areas in this immaculate home. Enter into a custom built in work space with blonde leather paneled walls and abundant drawers in the desk for storage. Move into the windowed kitchen and dining area with a Gaggenau cooktop and hood, Jenn - Air microwave, Subzero refrigerator and freezer, Miele dishwasher, Vola fixtures and Silestone counter tops. Washer/dryer allowed with board approval. The living room and bedroom have a 9 foot ceiling and work seamlessly together. Blonde leather paneled folding doors elegantly separate the living and sleeping space from the dining area and kitchen. The bedroom can accommodate a king or queen bed and is pin drop quiet. The dressing room has a built in vanity, a generous closet and heated travertine floors. The windowed travertine bath has Waterworks fixtures, heated floors, Broan heat lamps, and a large stall shower. There are 5 spacious, fitted closets, central air and heat with Pro wall thermostats, recessed lighting, and hard wood oak floors throughout.
930 Fifth Avenue was designed by Emory Roth in the height of the Art Deco Era, and is an impeccably run, white glove building with an attentive staff and a resident manager. There is a gym, bike room, laundry room, and if available, storage. Washer/dryer allowed with board approval. Pied a terres are allowed. Pets are not allowed.
Located at the corner of Fifth Avenue and 74th Street, on the Upper East Side, 930 Fifth Avenue is steps from Central Park. There are fine restaurants, casual cafes, and infinite shopping opportunities just around the corner on Madison Avenue. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Met Breuer, Frick and Guggenheim museums are a short walk away.