Mixing pre-war details with contemporary design, the apartment features wide plank white oak flooring, double-paned windows, zoned heating and air conditioning, crown moulding and 10-foot ceilings. The living room has a custom built-in media unit and room for dining. The windowed kitchen features custom limed oak cabinetry, honed Belgian bluestone countertops and top-of-the-line appliances, including a SubZero refrigerator, Wolf range, Miele dishwasher, and Bosch washer and dryer. The corner bedroom features a custom built-in desk, as well as a storage unit under each of the two large windows. The windowed bathroom has a marble vanity and tub and a radiant-heated floor.
Philip House is a classic pre-war condominium. Built in 1927 and converted in 2013, this Carnegie Hill building has 12 floors and 69 units. Philip House is a full-service building with 24-hour doormen and an on-site resident manager. The rooftop terrace by landscape architect HM White offers western skyline views and connects to a rooftop Club Room. There are a fitness centre featuring Technogym equipment, a playroom, a game room, and a music practice room. Philip House also offers cold storage and a bike storage room.