High powered Hollywood producer Brad Grey is selling his luxury apartment located in the Carlyle Hotel at 35 East 76th Street on the northeast corner of Madison Avenue, in the Upper East Side of Manhattan for $22.5 million.
Grey, the chairman of Paramount pictures who was the youngest son born to Jewish parents in the Bronx, and his wife bought the home for $15.5 million back in 2001, meaning they are looking for almost a 50% profit after only four years. The couple is shopping for a new New York City pad.
Located on the 26th floor, whose entirety it encompasses, the apartment has 3, 000 square feet of space, four bedrooms and 4.5 baths. It comes with a library and was recently renovated. There is a beamed ceiling, hardwood floors, a marble bath, office and oversized windows.
It offers its residents all of the hotel’s amenities and services, including twice daily maid service, Cafe Carlyle, Bemelman’s Bar, the Carlyle Restaurant, in-home catering, and 5 star hotel services such as florist, beauty center, business center, laundry, valet, garage, a world-class spa and gym and complete security.
Whoever buys it will enjoy the services of a Concierge, Doorman, and an elevator operator and have a full city view, full park view and a full view of the East River.
Deborah Grubman of the Corcoran Group has the listing.
Built in the 1930, The Carlyle offers 60 private apartments and has 35 floors.
From the listing:
“Masterfully and meticulously renovated by William Sofield, each room of this Carlyle tower apartment offers spectacular light and unimpeded views of Central Park and Manhattan. This gracious, light flooded apartment is comprised of 4 bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms. Extraordinary The Carlyle’s dedicated concierge staff is ready to assist with any of your needs. An enduring landmark since 1930, the Carlyle offers the most discriminating purchaser all of the amenities of a 5 star hotel combined with the intimacy of a home on the Upper East side of Manhattan’s most desirable neighborhood.
“The Carlyle has traditionally been the home of presidents and royalty, celebrities and captains of industry, as well as individuals seeking privacy and anonymity. 35 East 76th Street is internationally recognized as one of the very best addresses in New York. This apartment will appeal to the international client looking for a Manhattan pied a terre or the savvy New Yorker looking for their next home. Corporate ownership is permitted.”