A Posh Apartment at The Pierre Offers Iconic NYC Hotel Living for $15M
Designed by Jazz Age architects Schultze and Weaver in 1930, The Pierre is one of the Upper East Side’s most iconic and exclusive hotels. It holds grand apartments fit for first-class living, and now one is listed for a whopping $14.95 million, though this isn’t even the priciest pad that’s been for sale in the building. Sharing a floor with just one other unit, this Pierre apartment offers iconic hotel living, privacy, and prestige to the right buyer.
From the apartments bay windows, there are gorgeous unobstructed views of Central Park and sun floods in as well. Every space is formal and luxurious, from the classy dining room and living area to the three opulent bedrooms. The master suite gets a bit of extra oomph with a sumptuous bathroom and large closet space. The kitchen has been newly renovated, with both style and space maximized.
A huge bonus of the 3,000 square foot residence being set in The Pierre is the 24-hour concierge, twice-daily maid service, spa and fitness center, conference room, business center, and beauty salon. One elevator is shared between the two apartments on the floor, so it’s private but still social.
The divine listing is currently held by Chris Fry and Shea Mena of Elegran.