Rudy Giuliani Looking to Sell Manhattan Co-op for $6.1M

Rudy Giuliani Looking to Sell Manhattan Co-op for $6.1M

Published: February 10, 2024 | By: American Luxury Staff

The Upper East Side co-op owned by former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani resurfaces on the market, its asking price reduced from an initial $6.5 million to $6.1 million.

The half-floor abode resides in a landmarked 1906 edifice. Beyond the building’s ornate gothic-inspired facade lies a residence steeped in gilded age splendor – dark oak floors, warm neutrals, and extraordinary period details like leaded windows and candle sconces.

The formal dining room, with its milled moldings, ceilings, and wood paneling, evokes New York’s bygone opulence. Though the kitchen boasts contemporary dark gray tile, it blends seamlessly. The master bath marries antique pendants with frosted glass and blue marble.

Specialty spaces like the entrance gallery, entertainment room, and library complete this urban sanctuary. Boasting high ceilings, abundant light, and views over Madison Avenue, the home’s layout marries original details with modern convenience.

Residing in a “white glove” cooperative with 24-hour staff, this exclusive apartment is moments from Central Park and Manhattan’s finest cultural attractions.

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