Created by James E. R. Carpenter, one of the leading residential estate architects of the twentieth century, the quintessential full-floor apartment is admired for its circular entrance rotunda and location in one of the city’s finest and most discreet prewar white-glove buildings. At approximately 4,700 square feet, the apartment boasts voluminous entertaining rooms with 11-foot ceilings, oversized windows, and beautiful details. Public rooms begin with a private elevator leading to the lovely domed foyer. Radiating from the foyer is a grand living room with fireplace facing west over Park Avenue and its beautiful tree-line views; adjacent is the formal dining room, creating a 56-foot expanse of artistically proportioned entertaining space. Also adjacent the circular gallery is a large firelit library with additional views over Park Avenue. The thoughtfully divided private quarters offer five bedrooms, highlighted by a large corner master suite with dramatic views to the north and west.