Welcome home to The Beekman, a well-storied pre-war Park Avenue co-op with full service hotel-like amenities. Residence 1405 is a bright, south-facing 1 bedroom featuring pre-war and custom details including fully restored herringbone floors, imported Sardinian single-cut granite slab kitchen countertop and floor, high-beamed ceilings, renovated bathroom, and thru-wall air conditioning units. Originally built as a hotel in 1927 by world-renown architect George Pelham, The Beekman converted to a co-operative in 1969. The Beekman still operates like a hotel with it's white glove doorman, concierge, on-site building manager, and fitness center. Electricity, heat, hot water, window washing and daily housekeeping are INCLUDED IN THE MAINTENANCE FEES. Pied-?-terres are welcome. Corporate ownership is also permitted. Buyers pay 3% flip tax.
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