Carter B. Horsely of The New York Times, writes of this prestigious prewar cooperative as "arguably the city’s, if not the world’s finest apartment building." This Art Deco masterpiece was built in 1931 and is located in a private Cul de Sac overlooking the East River. A magnificent 14 room, 5 Bedroom, 5.5 Bathroom, duplex offers the grace and flow of a bygone era with oversized rooms, 10'6" ceilings, fine proportions and large windows. The East River and City views from this sun-filled home are breathtaking both day and night. A semi-private elevator landing opens to a gracious Gallery accessing the spacious Living Room, Library and Formal Dining Room. Wood burning fireplaces are featured in the Library and Living Rooms. The large Chef’s Kitchen opens to an intimate Breakfast Room. The 2nd floor presents 5 Bedrooms and 4 full Baths, plus 3 maid’s rooms and a maid’s bath. This spectacular home is truly unique and ideal for the most discerning of home owners.