As featured in the Wall Street Journal, this iconic corner residence is perched high on the 38th floor of the historic Pierre Hotel. Boasting quintessential Central Park views, this apartment was purchased over 45 years ago by legendary fashion designer Yves Saint Laurent and his partner Pierre Berge.
Light permeates throughout the apartment from four oversized windows providing panoramic Southern and Western vistas. The unobstructed views are breathtaking and comprised of notable Central Park sites. These include the Plaza, the buildings on Central Park South and Central Park West, The Pond, Wollman Skating Rink, Gapstow Bridge, The Dakota and much more.
Renovated by AD 100 designer Daniel Romualdez, this apartment features high ceilings, crown mouldings, custom cabinetry, and a spa-like pre-war style marble bathroom. The spacious dining room has landmarked architectural views, three custom closets, and a kitchenette. The extravagant and massive master bedroom suite sits atop Central Park and contains a seating area, an office/library and a custom walk-in closet with a dressing area.
Residents have access to five-star services in one of Manhattan's top hotels including personalized and dedicated concierge service, 24-hour doormen, daily maid service included in monthly charges, in-room/private dining, attended elevators, full-time security, fitness center, business/conference center, on-site property management, and valet parking.
Other features include access to The Pierre's vibrant French restaurant, Perrine, a chauffeur-driven Jaguar XJL (based on availability), The Rotunda, an iconic room also designed by Daniel Romualdez with table side champagne & cocktails, and Two E Bar /Lounge designed by Alexandra Champalimaud
Pieds-a-terre, corporate purchases, and stateside LLCs are welcome. Ongoing assessment is in place ($701 per month).