Residence #8B offers a rare 8 windows across three major rooms with direct and panoramic views of Central Park in all its beautiful seasons. The apartment’s generous scale and prewar detail is underscored by a semi-private elevator landing, commanding central foyer, oversized rooms, and eat-in kitchen with separate butler’s pantry. The layout lends itself to both large-scale formal entertaining and extremely comfortable daily life. Additional features include hardwood floors, in-unit washer dryer, and huge private storage in the building. 1035 Fifth Avenue is a preeminent white-glove prewar cooperative designed by celebrated architect J.E.R. Carpenter in 1926. The building enjoys a full-time staff, resident manager, fitness center, courtyard, laundry room, and bike room. 1035 Fifth occupies a prime perch along Museum Mile proximate to the Metropolitan, Frick, Neue, and Guggenheim Museums. The Upper East Side’s most coveted fashion, restaurants, retail, services, and gourmet venues are your footsteps, in addition to Central Park and the Jaqueline Kennedy Onassis Reservoir. The cooperative permits 50% financing and there is a 2.5% flip tax.