Atelier Building Studios, 39 West 67th Street, 1403 - Upper West Side, New York
A park view arrives from your double corner living room as you celebrate the joy of living in a fourteenth floor home with 18 to 24 foot high, living room ceilings that will empower and warm you each day. In 1906, 39 West 67th Street was built to service Artists with its double height ceilings in symphony with Des Artistes buildings on this unique West 67th Street block between Central Park West and Columbus Avenue. One of the most revered photographers in history, Arnold Newman, began living and working here in 1948. In this home, Arnold Newman photographed John F. Kennedy, Marilyn Monroe and an infinite number of leaders and celebrities that cultivated our world. For the past thirty years, David McCabe continued this home's history as a photography studio in the sky. A beam of sunshine travels through your large, cathedral 24 foot high skylight while you are drenched with light from the West, North and East. A wood burning fireplace accentuates this rare two bedroom home. 39 West 67th Street provides a small number of homes a 24 hour elevator attendant and warm lobby located on a Central Park block. This may be the only double height ceiling home of its kind sold this year.
This listing courtesy of Douglas Elliman