A spectacular and spacious two-bedroom residence at one of Midtown’s (Turtle Bay) few premier white-glove buildings. Not with one, but two balconies, this south-facing home is one of the most sought-after apartment layouts at 100 United Nations Plaza Condominium on East 48th Street near First Avenue.\tResidence 37C is a designer’s dream offering an exceptional layout with no wasted square footage, iconic landmark views, in an established condominium providing the highest level of service. As you enter Residence 37C, you are welcomed into a spacious living room, with a defined dining area, and the most breathtaking views of southern Manhattan. With 1,318 of interior square feet and two balconies, 37C is one of only four residences on the 37th floor. The living area, primary bedroom, and secondary bedroom all have the prized southern skyline views falling into your lap. That’s a 55-foot expanse of unobstructed views from the apartments oversized windows. In the evening, you are awestruck by the jeweled skyline view, which includes icons of real estate design, such as the Empire State Building, Chrysler Building, One World Trade Center, and now the newly constructed One Vanderbilt. This Manhattan classic will bring you joy and impress your guests. The primary bedroom, with its own balcony, a trio of closet and a large marble bathroom with Whirlpool spa and separate shower, is spacious with almost 400 square feet. Bring your Cali King bed, as there is ample space in this oversized bedroom. \t The second bedroom, on the western side of the residence, features oversized windows that frame the open city views and has an en-suite marble bathroom.\t\t\t\t The kitchen is located in the center of the home, both bathrooms, and the powder room are in good original condition. The Building and Neighborhood The 100 United Nations Plaza “sculptural tower”, which houses its 22 penthouses, is a beautiful complement to the Manhattan skyline. Located on East 48th Street, is located in historic Turtle Bay, a quiet, charming enclave that offers, tree-lined streets, rows of townhouses, and the most beautiful new luxury buildings representing the best modern architecture. While Midtown is known as one of the most vibrant business centers in Manhattan, the residential neighborhoods of Turtle Bay, Beekman Place, and Sutton Place, all located along the East River, offer a calm oasis that is rare and remarkable in a city the size and stature of New York. Due to the area’s central proximity to every metropolitan convenience, this is a neighborhood of enormous appeal. When traveling, you are minutes away from bridges, tunnels, highways, subway lines, bus routes, the ferry, and Grand Central Terminal, a beaux-arts landmark. As Manhattan offers the highest level of medical care and research, 100 United Nations Plaza is conveniently located between healthcare hubs in the East 30’s and East 70’s. The United Nations complex brought the international style of architecture to New York in the early 1950’s and created a monument representing the pursuit of world peace. The United Nations Garden features an impressive collection of major art installations and statuary. Nearby iconic buildings include the Chrysler Building, Lever House, Seagram Building, RCA Building and now, One Vanderbilt. To the south of 100 United Nations Plaza is the Dag Hammarskjold Plaza Park, an esplanade lined with trees and historic benches, fountains and lighting. In addition, First and Second Avenues have an abundance of restaurants and shops. Opening year-end 2023, the East Midtown Waterfront project from East 53rd to East 61st Streets will connect the neighborhood to the Manhattan Waterfront Greenway, providing New Yorkers with continuous waterfront open space for outdoor activities. For extensive building and neighborhood information, please contact us.