Published in Assouline's coffee-table book Art House, Four Seasons Residence 24F is a downtown standout in a class of its own. Imagined by interior designer Gary Hutton in creative partnership with his client, Chara Schreyer - one of the world's leading collectors of contemporary & modern art - this ultra-luxe aerie is equal parts gallery & home. Spanning 2,730sf across the tower's northwest corner, the condominium features oversized windows & sweeping views that include the dome of the adjacent, iconic Humboldt Building. Curated, contemporary interiors create a harmonious blend of neutral textures & materials - timeless, sophisticated & elegant. Ivory-hued epoxy floors meet lacquer-painted central columns. Architect Timothy Gemmill's visionary design transfers the grids & planes of the city into the apartment, resulting in a reciprocal architecture. Advanced infrastructure includes touch-pad control of sophisticated lighting, solar shades, & climate. 5-Star Four Seasons Hotel amenities include anticipatory concierge, friendly doorman & world-class security, 24/7 in-room dining, housekeeping, the dynamic MKT restaurant & lounge, & the onsite 127,000sf Equinox fitness center. Located steps from the city's best museums, shopping & restaurants.
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Listing Agent: Gregg Lynn
Listing Office: Sotheby's International Realty
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