The City, East river and UN views with north /east exposures Floor to ceiling glass Custom solar shades Custom wood floors Gracious ceiling heights Lots of closet space / 2 WALK IN CLOSETS Smart home technology including Nest and key fob entry Washer and Dryer by Bosch Custom kitchens include: Miele Cook top and Speed oven Paneled refrigerator and dishwasher Custom marble islands Statuary marble counter tops and back splash Black matte and brass custom lighting
Bathroom features: Book matched Crocodile marble feature shower wall black matte, rain shower head and additional handshower Vanity with black matte fixtures and generous storage, custom light sconces with warm brass details.
Approximately 60,000 square feet of amenities, including 2 swimming pools (rooftop infinity and 75' indoor Sky-bridge lap pool)
dual floor fitness centers, include: wall climbing, studio, Peloton bikes (Yes Peloton!), Juice bar (mmmm) Outside entertainment kitchen, Empire Lounge for private events, Children's Playroom, Residents' Lounge, Parking, Electric Car and Tesla Charging Stations, Personal concierge services and more, American Copper residents are offered a new luxurious lease on life in Manhattan.
Photos are of model residences. Layouts and views may vary.
Between 32nd and 42 street one the east side of Manhattan lies Murray Hill, the affluent neighborhood that's never lost its classy image. A long time favorite neighborhood for NYC's elite, Murray Hill is full of high end establishments and homes.
In 1762, successful merchant Robert Murray decided to build a Mansion and farm on a desolate portion of Manhattan. His farm started from modern day 32nd street and extended north to about modern day 38th. The Murray estate would go on to play a major role in the Revolutionary War when another member of the Murray family, Mary Murray, invited the British to tea, giving the defeated American army enough time to escape Manhattan.
The land would remain in the hand of the various Murray's until 1835 when a fire swept the land that the Murray's had been renting to various people and government bodies. Around the 1850's row houses began being built in the area, and they soon became very popular with the wealthy…
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