ONE ROOM. 625 Park Avenue, 4th Floor
By our definition a dressing room is a closet that can fit furnishings. Well, this Park Avenue dressing room is so damn big it could actually eat up most studio apartments. Stupendous by anyone’s standards, this dressing room is enviable even in the noblest of circles. A center island dresser with an overhead chandelier, deep crown moldings with coved lighting and a wall of custom millwork would cause anyone with a penchant for clothes to salivate over this spectacular build out.
Well, of course, the dressing room comes with a price tag and it is only an afterthought when touring this $32.5 million six bedroom full-floor residence. Designed by famed architect Tony Ingrao, the visionary behind 35 Hudson Yards, this premier home is a work of art at every level.
625 Park Avenue is a legendary Park Avenue address, situated at the northeast corner of Park and East 65th Street. The tri-level penthouse, perhaps one of the more celebrated residences along Park Avenue, was home to beauty magnate Helena Rubenstein for much of her adult life. It is now occupied by Henry Kravis, the financier. This full floor residence (4th Floor) was introduced to the market this week and is being represented by The Richard Steinberg Team at Douglas Elliman. To learn more or just take a peak, visit Linecity.com