MoMa Luxury Condos, another Billionaire Building!

by alicia on July 10, 2015

From the site:

“A new building is adding an artistic flair to New York City’s dynamic skyline. Manhattan’s most elite are excited to welcome 100 East 53rd Street, a new glass tower featuring luxury NYC condos for sale which boast easy access to the Midtown East’s vibrant arts district. Visual art fans, history buffs and literary types rejoice in this impressive neighborhood where they will find no shortage of museums, live performance spaces and some of the city’s most engaging architecture. Social butterflies that hunger for exploration will find themselves right at home in the heart of Midtown East.

Visual art enthusiasts have their pick of periods, styles and mediums thanks to the multiple art museums. The Museum of Modern Art located just a few Avenues west on 53rd Street features an astounding collection of works from many of the world’s most celebrated artists. From Pablo Picasso to Andy Warhol, the MoMA is a veritable treasure trove for any modern art fan. While their permanent collection is reason enough to merit a visit, their visiting exhibitions are equally enthralling and over the years have included works from Tim Burton, Gustav Klimt and countless other modern visionaries. For more classical works, The Metropolitan Museum of Art is a great option. Visitors can access this gem via a pleasant walk through Central Park, weaving through floral courtyards, past stunning stone structures and fountains. Less traditional attractions include The Museum of Tolerance, an interactive museum exploring racism in historical and contemporary contexts, the New York Transit Museum, The Morgan Museum and Saturday Night Live: The Exhibition, a must-visit for fans of the weekly comedic television program.

For those who prefer to attend live productions, Manhattan’s world-class Theatre District is just a short stroll away, and the highly esteemed Carnegie Hall, known for hosting an array of talented musicians, singers and more, is also accessible by foot.”



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