As you step into this remarkable condo, you are greeted by a large entry foyer adorned with washer/dryer and ample closet space. The split layout design enhances privacy, with the windowed kitchen at the center.
Every room in this condo is bathed in natural light, thanks to the numerous windows that provide stunning views of the East River, One World Trade, and the iconic Empire State. Two balconies offer the perfect spots to enjoy morning coffee or evening relaxation, with one facing east and the other facing west.
Situated in the prestigious Future condominium, designed by the award-winning architect Costas Kondylis, this 35-story luxury building stands tall in Murray Hill. The Future is renowned for its tall ceilings, "knee to ceiling" windows, and a spacious feel that exudes elegance. Residents enjoy the convenience of a 24-hour doorman, concierge services, a fitness center, a children's playroom, a common roof deck with panoramic views, bicycle storage, and a central laundry room.
With its prime location next to Trader Joe's, a parking garage within the building, and a well-maintained planted entry, The Future is not just a residence; it's a lifestyle. Pet-friendly for owners, this condo offers a perfect blend of modern luxury and urban convenience. Close proximity to the 6 train adds to the accessibility, making 200 East 32nd Street #25B an exceptional place to call home.
If you take a walk through Kips Bay, which is loosely defined as the area between 23rd street and 34th street and the East River to almost Lexington, you’ll quickly learn it's a hodgepodge of sorts and not as well defined as other neighborhoods in New York City. Some New Yorkers say Kips Bay has an identity crisis because 1st, 2nd, and 3rd avenues are distinctly different from one another as you traverse them. Despite the perceived lack of neighborhood vibe there are others that appreciate its affordability and convenience.
First Avenue is dominated by hospitals and hospital buildings such as NYU Medical Center and Bellevue Hospital to name a few. Second Avenue is a mosaic of convenience stores, fast food joints and nondescript brick buildings. Third Avenue is saturated with small bars and gastropubs and the twenty somethings that patronize them.
No judgement against Kips Bay here. It’s a great neighborhood that is just as much a part of New York City as any other neighborhood. Kips Bay It’s bordered by Murray Hill to the North, Stuyvesant Town and Gramercy Park to the South, and Rose Hill to the West. The neighborhood is partly defined by newer high-rise apartments, brick rowhouses, and former tenement buildings.