The Sherry-Netherland is renowned for offering more than a place of residence; it’s a way of living. Life at the Sherry, a cooperative residential hotel in New York City, has always been an expression of privilege since it opened back in 1927. Now, an ultra-affluent individual can enjoy the Sherry’s surpassed lifestyle, as a full-floor residence, a co-op spanning the 18th floor of the iconic Sherry-Netherland hotel has hit the market with a bang for $95 million. Gilbert Haroche, the owner of this luxurious co-op has listed it for an astronomical price tag, considering the fact that New York has been brimmed with massively-priced listings, and most expensive sales, including the duplex penthouse and full-floor apartment at One 57 New York sold for $90 million and $50 million respectively, besides the Christopher Jeffries' Ritz-Carlton penthouse which got listed for $77.5 million.
The Sherry Netherland is located at 781 Fifth Avenue on the corner of East 59th Street in Manhattan, New York City. Notably, the building houses 165 apartments that were converted to co-ops back in 1954.
Surrounded with terraces, flooded with light, and gifted with unrivaled and breathtaking views of Central Park and NYC views, this full-floor fifteen room lavish apartment in triple mint condition is certainly a once in a lifetime residence, as rarely does this kind of residence becomes available in the best in midtown NYC’s legendary Sherry Netherland. Notably, New York City has never had such an apartment made available.
Residence boast a total of over 7,000 square feet of recently renovated interiors, along with 2,000 sq ft. of sweeping terraces running the length and the width of the residence at the corner of NYC’s posh Fifth Avenue and 59th Street.
This full-floor residence is owned by Liberty Travel co-founder Gilbert Haroche, who reportedly assembled it by purchasing and combining adjacent apartments.
Speaking more about this pricey spread, it features 5 rooms and the beautiful western terrace directly overlooking the Central Park, another 6 rooms, including the master bedroom suite and private terrace look north to the Upper East Side and Central Park.
While, the eat-in-kitchen and formal dining room overlooks the southern terrace and the heart of midtown Manhattan.
Interestingly, the purchase of this property has been described to be as the fulfillment of a lifestyle dream.