33 WEST 67 CORP., 33 West 67th Street, 2FE
DRAMATIC DUPLEX!!! At the turn of the 20th century on West 67th Street on Manhattan's Upper West Side, a small group of buildings was constructed for artists' studio residences. This grand and dramatic home has large-scale proportions, including 18' ceilings, a wood-burning fireplace, and double-height windows that allow beautiful northern light to flood the room. The formal dining room is perfect for entertaining large groups of friends. This three-bedroom, two-and-a-half bath home is located on the third and fourth floors in The Atelier, built in 1903. It is the former residence of art collectors Walter and Louise Arensberg. Their friend Marcel Duchamp lived in the apartment during the summer of 1915. During these years, the Arensbergs' apartment served almost nightly as a gathering place for artists, intellectuals, and writers. Through these intellectual exchanges emerged such important art movements and developments as New York Dada, the Society of Independent Artists, and The Others Group of poets. The apartment was most recently the home of famed restaurateur, George Lang. The trendsetting kitchen was featured in the Conran Kitchen Book and has been widely copied across the world. A unique opportunity to own and live in a rare piece of history, please call today for your own private viewing!
This listing courtesy of Douglas Elliman