Set high in the tower at the legendary Carlyle Hotel, this spacious two bedroom, 2 ½ bathroom residence commands spectacular and dramatic panoramic views of Central Park and the city skylines. Drenched with light from three exposures, this apartment offers the discerning buyer the rare opportunity to have the quintessential Manhattan pied a terre. Set on the most desirable south, west, and north side of The Carlyle, the apartment features an entry foyer, large living room/dining room, windowed kitchen, master bedroom with windowed bath, second bedroom and bath, and a half bath for guests. Bring your decorator to complete this blank canvas on which to design the apartment of your dreams – high in the sky on the 32nd floor at The Carlyle Hotel, with all the services and amenities associated with this 5-star hotel. White-glove Hotel services include twice-daily maid service, concierge, doorman, valet and laundry services, telephone operator, IT support, state-of-the-art fitness center and spa, full service beauty salon, shipping services, courtesy car, on-site garage, and a 24-hour private business center. Dining and entertaining options for residents of the Hotel include 24/7 room service, the renowned Café Carlyle, Bemelmans Bar, and private catering in the Hotel’s banquet facilities. The Carlyle is located in the heart of Manhattan’s Upper East Side - one of the city’s premier residential neighborhoods - and is steps away from Central Park, world-class museums and galleries, fine shopping, top restaurants, and all the best New York has to offer. Elegance and comfort personified, The Carlyle is pet-friendly and allows for the flexibility and convenience of ownership in the form of pied a terre’s, Trusts, LLCs and corporate ownership with board approval. One of Manhattan’s icons of style, glamour and refinement since 1929, The Carlyle has hosted royalty, presidents, diplomats, celebrities, titans of industry and finance, and guests from around the globe. Experience life “at the pinnacle” with this extraordinary apartment on one of the top floors of The Carlyle, known for its understated luxury for over eight decades. Virtually staged and original photographs.