With over 2500 Square Feet of windows offering uninterrupted North, West and South exposures, this Penthouse has one of the more impressive views ever to hit the market. Through 200 linear feet of 12-foot high glass, you have an open vista spanning from the East River to the Hudson and from the Freedom Tower to the George Washington Bridge. at well over 750 feet in the sky, on a clear day, you can see beyond the rivers to the Poconos, Catskills, George Washington Bridge and even to the Atlantic Ocean and the Eifel Tower. The Northside of this expansive residence has a large loft-like corner living-room with an open dining area. This 34ft x 34ft room is the perfect place to unwind while enjoying the spectacular endless views of the entire upper half of Manhattan Island. The dining area leads to an eat-in kitchen with all the expected state-of-the-art appliances. Just like the north facade of the home is reserved for the public areas, the south facade reserved for the master suite. This is the ideal layout to have optimal natural lighting throughout different phases of THE day. When it is time to move from the public to the private quarters or vice versa, you do so by strolling down the central hallway. A 20'x 6' this gallery is perfectly proportioned for showcasing art. At 35'x19' the jaw-dropping master bedroom is one of the most palatial sleeping quarters anywhere. With separate his and hers bathrooms flanking a dressing room and two distinct walk-in closets, this is a gracious master suite. These four rooms each have wall to wall, floor to ceiling glass; a true standout even amongst its impressive peers. There is no building within six blocks in any direction so there will never be a need to close the curtains. The gallery between the public and the private quarters also offers access to two spacious bedrooms, each with an en-suite bathroom and ample closet. Each of these West facing bedrooms has the size and Park views that would make it a desirable master in any other home. However, here they are for kids, guests, or an office. The Penthouse also has a large service area complete with well-appointed staff quarters and a separate entrance leading directly to the service elevator. When it is time to leave your perfect abode, the building has the unique convenience of the private courtyard. This means you can get into a car discreetly, making the building extra desirable for those seeking ultimate privacy. One Beacon Court is considered one of the premier condominiums in New York. A stunning white and silver tower with a unique and dramatic seven-story courtyard, it is the masterpiece of architect Cesar Pelli. It offers a fully-equipped fitness center and an entertainment suite on the 29th floor for the exclusive use of the residents. The building lobby and all the common areas, decorated by Jacques Grange, display contemporary art including photographs by Wim Wenders and Andreas Gursky. It is attended by a 24-hour doorman & concierge, has valet parking and Le Cirque restaurant! The location is ideal, close to Central Park, Madison Avenue shopping, art galleries, museums and infinite choices for fine dining.