Developed by Macklowe and finished by Centurion Real Estate Partners, Penthouse 33, sitting atop 200 East 59th Street, shines for its soaring 14-foot ceilings and incredible floor-to-ceiling windows that place residents right in the heart of the vibrant Midtown East neighborhood.
Its modern interiors of this marquee listing were inspired by 432 Park Avenue to attract design-savvy buyers; grand spaces are made all the more unique by its column-free interiors, an engineering feat accomplished by architecture firm CetraRuddy by pushing the interior support structures out to the exterior. The columns now proudly epitomize the building’s architecture and give it its iconic Manhattan-meets-Miami look.
Inside the three-bedroom apartment is a corner great room that anchors the home. It leads to two floors of outdoor space spanning 1,186 square feet, accessible by a show-stopping spiral staircase, as well as an open-concept kitchen outfitted with Italian white glass and aluminum cabinetry by Aran Cuchine, book-matched Calacatta marble slab countertops, a full-height backsplash, and white glass appliances from Miele.
The luxurious master suite encased in glass faces north and features a sophisticated modern design. Amenities at the building include a marble entertaining level with a landscaped terrace lounge, catering kitchen, dining room, and fireplace, as well as a fitness center overlooking the cityscape.
Dramatic spiral staircase, a birds-eye view of Central Park, and a seamless indoor-outdoor experience is the formula Harry Macklowe concocted for the latest penthouse listing to hit the market at 200 East 59th Street, the sister building to Macklowe’s 432 Park Avenue, one of the tallest (and most successful) residential towers in the Western Hemisphere.
Today, Penthouse 33 is completed and available for viewing.