Manhattan House, the iconic luxury residential condominium on Manhattan's Upper East Side, has been impeccably re-engineered to combine its modernist heritage with the quintessential elements of contemporary living. Located at 200 East 66th Street, Manhattan House was originally designed in 1950 by Pritzker Architecture Prize Laureate architect Gordon Bunshaft of Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, the visionary behind Lever House and 9 West 57th Street. Designated a historic landmark in 2007 by the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission, Manhattan House is a post-war condominium built to pre-war specifications and offers spacious, light-infused, one-to-five bedroom residences available for immediate occupancy.
Set within one of Manhattan's largest private residential gardens, Manhattan House offers full-time doormen, five-star concierge services and porte-cochere entrances on the tree-lined two-way 66th Street, as well as on-site garage and valet service. Residents enjoy the stunning 10,000-square-foot rooftop level featuring the Randall A. Ridless-designed Manhattan Club.
The Club features an outdoor terrace and indoor library for residents' enjoyment and relaxation, as well as morning coffee, pastries and newspapers. The exhale® mind body spa, yoga studio and treatment room can also be found on the rooftop level and complement the exhale fitness center - both are the highly acclaimed national mind-body spa brand's first residential locations in Manhattan and are exclusive to residents. For the youngest residents, there is the Roto Studio-designed children's playroom, recently featured in the New York Times. Two significant sculptures, Trinity and Red Gateway, designed by internationally acclaimed sculptor, Hans Van de Bovenkamp, enhance the Sasaki Associates designed gardens.
For more information, visit the on-site sales office, call 212-566-0660, e-mail email@example.com or visit manhattanhouse.com.