Facing Central Park on Madison Avenue, 40 East 66th Street is a pre-war conversion designed in 1929 by the famed architect Rosario Candela. Converted in 2008, this West Side condominium is faithful to the original design, but the lobby has been renovated, and the condos have been updated to reflect modern conveniences. The result is that 40 East 66th Street is a luxury combination of old-fashioned sensibilities and modern style, in a part of New York City that has Central Park, and a dazzling array of city sights in its window.
At only 12 stories, not one containing more than three rooms, 40 East 66th Street is an exclusive experience, as well as a comfortable one, for its residents. Those fortunate enough to live in these luxury condos will enjoy vaulted ceilings and white oak herringbone patterned floors, and many features left over from the original design. The pre-war styled formal kitchens are furnished with modern appliances, such as Viking stoves, Sub-Zero refrigerators, and state-of-the-art Miele dishwashers. In every living room is a wood-burning limestone fireplace, another nod to the original Candela design.
40 East 66th Street has also been updated to include a number of amenities. Adults can enjoy a fitness room, while their children can enjoy an indoor playroom. A doorman is also on hand 24 hours a day. And once outside the building, New York City highlights like Museum Mile, and restaurants like Nello, La Goulue, and Amaranth are available in the bustling West Side. It all adds up to a New York experience unlike any other.