Located at the corner of East 69th Street and Madison Avenue in the former Westbury Hotel, this magnificent two-story penthouse offers panoramic views overlooking the New York skyline and Central Park. The hotel was opened in 1927 during the height of the Roaring 20's and was converted into 47 condominium apartments in 1999.
Smith Architectural Group was commissioned to convert the top two floors of the building into a luxury penthouse reminiscent of those in the classical pre-war buildings of New York. In a herculean effort, the top two floors of the building were removed and rebuilt to allow for the numerous mechanical, electrical, and structural elements. The final result was a 6,241 square foot penthouse which has widely been considered one of New York's finest homes.
After arriving to the private elevator vestibule clad in marble and custom millwork, a mahogany door welcomes guests to the sun-flooded two story entrance foyer complete with marble staircase and custom gilded iron railing.
A thirty-foot gallery graced with decorative plaster moldings, intricate marble floor and a plaster-coffered ceiling leads to the library and living room. Windows along the gallery open to a beautiful terrace that runs along the east side of ...