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PENTHOUSE PERFECTION - WRAPAROUND ROOFTOP TERRACE AND PARKING! Penthouse D is the extraordinary embodiment of sleek, innovative, and modern design. This 3 bedroom, 3 bath duplex corner sanctuary with soaring high ceilings and a 1500 sq feet ROOF TOP TERRACE awaits. This spectacular rooftop sundeck features a barbecue grill, two seating areas and basketball hoop while enjoying breathtaking panoramic city views. Entertaining is seamless and stylish in the great room that comfortably accommodates the spacious living and dining room. The impeccably designed chef's kitchen is a masterful work of art with custom cabinetry, a Viking 6 burner range, Sub-Zero fridge, Bosch dishwasher and wine fridge. The epitome of chic, the generously-sized primary bedroom suite also enjoys a Zen inspired bath that indulges you with double integrated sinks, a deep soaking tub and separate shower. Two more bedrooms, quiet and comfortable, plus den are on this level too Gleaming hardwood floors, large closets, a washer dryer and deeded storage (484 sq feet) complete this incredible residence. Deeded parking space included!
Located on historical West 54th St, The Hit Factory was founded 1993 and has rich history as it was the recording place for iconic music such as "HIStory" by Michael Jackson, "Butterfly" by Mariah Carey, "Dangerously In Love" by Beyonce, "CrazySexyCool" by TLC, "Ray Of Light" by Madonna, "Ready To Die" by The Notorious B.I.G., "The Bodyguard" soundtrack by Whitney Houston, "Titanic" soundtrack with Celine Dion, "Merry Christmas" by Mariah Carey, "Duets" by Frank Sinatra, "My Life" by Mary J. Blige, "Rhythm Of Love" by Anita Baker, "Songs" by Luther Vandross, and "The Velvet Rope" by Janet Jackson. Converted to condos in 2006, The Hit Factory is 6 stories and is home to 27 luxury homes. The condo amenities include attended lobby, fitness center, and rooftop.
Nestled in the heart of vibrant Hell's Kitchen/Midtown West - just minutes from Central Park, Columbus Circle, Lincoln Center, Times Square, the Theater District and the Hudson River - there is no more exciting or central neighborhood. A/C/E, 1, B/D, and N/Q/R/W trains provide easy access to the rest of the city.