Baccarat Residences NY Manhattan Luxury Apartments

by | Aug 13, 2014 | Real Estate

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Manhattan Luxury Apartments Around the Corner from Central Park

The Baccarat Hotel & Residences of New York introduce you to the finest Manhattan luxury apartments available today. Come home to a place that indulges the senses and features the best of French culture.

King Louis XV of France founded Baccarat glassworks in 1764. Hoping to establish a center of not only technical skill and innovation, but also inspiration and heritage, the king set a precedent for future crystal craftspeople and artisans. To this day, Baccarat is synonymous with beauty, excellence and wealth. Baccarat New York gives glimpses into 18th century finery with your new home’s light fixtures and subtle details.

Welcome to Your New Home

Step into your Manhattan luxury apartment, which can be anywhere between 934 square feet and 7,381 square feet. Much of what you see has been designed by AD100 designer Tony Ingrao. Take in the floor to ceiling windows that soar 10 to 20 feet above the six inch white oak plank floors. Outside is the NYC cityscape, expansive in the day time and lit up like nothing else all night long. Your kitchen features white iceberg granite counters, high-lacquer ebonized walnut cabinets and custom details. In the bathroom are marble floors, polished chrome, mirrored glass and Lucite vanities. You’ll know our Manhattan luxury apartments are truly the utmost when you find that they’re pre-wired for full lighting, temperature, audio/visual and other system automation.

As a resident, you are welcome to use the hotel services any time of the day or night. A swimming pool, spa and countless other Baccarat touches are yours to enjoy when you make this gorgeous black and glass structure your new home.

A Familiar Neighborhood

We’ve mentioned the close proximity of Central Park, but you’ll also be across the street from the Museum of Modern Art, not to mention within a quick walk of the boutiques and shops of Fifth and Madison Avenues. Attend your favorite cultural events at Radio City Music Hall and Carnegie Hall, and love the great character of Rockefeller Center.

Fine French Cuisine

Have you always wanted to live next door to a French chef? Baccarat contains a restaurant headed by chef Shea Gallante and characterized by a bold, geometric décor. Sample dishes that you simply won’t find anywhere else as you luxuriate in the atmosphere.

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