The esteemed Ritz Tower located on the corner of Park Avenue and 57th Street was designed to offer luxury apartment living for Manhattan elite, and this pristine one-bedroom, one-and-a-half-bathroom designed by its designer/owner more than delivers on that promise. One enters through a gallery lined with elegant mirrored built-ins and lacquer wall treatments that maximize light and space. Ahead, the living room creates an elegant entertaining space with north-facing windows and a decorative fireplace. Exquisite inlaid herringbone floors pave the home, while step ceilings emphasize their height. The perfectly positioned built in bar underscores the home's aptness for gracious entertaining, as ds the powder room €” an unheard of addition to an F-line Ritz Tower home. The master suite, features an en suite windowed marble bathroom, while the walk-in closet and rows of mirrored built-ins provide enviable storage space. The Ritz Tower was designed in 1925 by the esteemed Emery Roth and is one of Manhattan's most notable buildings. World-famous cultural institutions, shopping and dining are found in every direction including Michelin-starred Aquavit, Caviar Russe and Daniel, as well Central Park which is just three short blocks away. Originally constructed as an apartment hotel, the landmarked cooperative building retains its white glove service and long roster of impeccable hotel-style amenities, including maid service, lunch and dinner private chef/room service, a state-of-the-art fitness center and residents' party room. Utilities are included in maintenance, and pieds- -terre, foreign purchasers, trusts and corporate purchases are permitted, as are and small pets with Board approval.