The 32nd-floor unit recently underwent a multimillion-dollar renovation that, over a period of three years, transformed the property from a bachelor pad into a sleek modern home with East River views.
“I don’t like cold modern,” the seller, Dr. Sam Rizk, a facial plastic surgeon, told the New York Times. “I wanted it to be contemporary and warm, and for that you need lots of wood and warm colors.”
The four-bedroom, 3,600-square-foot condo features a home-technology system, a theatre and a 95-foot entertaining space.
Jarrod Guy Randolph of the CORE Group has the listing. [NYT] –Christopher Cameron