This vibrantly renovated Apthorp four-bedroom, three-bath condominium has been featured in both One King's Lane and The New York Times. This very special residence has light streaming through north and south-facing exposures. Enter through the entry gallery with an original marble mosaic tiled floor, and wander into the chic poppy library (or fourth bedroom), then the living room. A Capri blue formal dining is across the hall. Each of these rooms is framed with decorative fireplaces, 10’8" ceilings, and vintage crystal chandeliers. Pre-war grandeur meets modern comfort with central A/C, a double appliance kitchen, and renovated marble bathrooms. The luxe dual-applianced kitchen has two refrigerators, two ovens, two dishwashers, a wine refrigerator, and a wine cave. The primary bedroom suite features an en suite marble bathroom with double sinks, a separate stall shower and soaking tub, and a dream closet suite. The iconic Apthorp is a grand Italian Renaissance Revival limestone residence, designed by Clinton & Russell and built in 1908 for William Waldorf Astor as one of the largest apartment buildings of its time. It has been a New York City Landmark since 1969 and was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1978. The storied courtyard is anchored beyond the gatehouses Broadway or West End Avenue entrance gates. The Apthorp has full-time door staff, a resident manager, and an on-site management office. An attendant welcomes residents at each of the four corner entrances off the courtyard. There is an exclusive roof terrace, fitness center, yoga studio, steam room, sauna, lounge, and playroom with other exciting amenities to come! Parking in the independently managed on-site garage can be accessed through the building. Your cats and dogs are welcome!