Baccarat Hotel & Residences Brings French Glamour and Sophistication to NYC

Uncompromising excellence and unsurpassed elegance await you at 5th Avenue and 53rd Street.

August 15, 2014  | By: Liz Sundquist

Soaring skyward in a symphony of sparkling glass and sophisticated design, New York City’s newest landmark ushers in an unprecedented era of grand living amidst French glamour and elegance. In an opulent homage to Baccarat’s 250th anniversary, the 50-story Baccarat Hotel & Residences offers 60 spectacular private residences and a 114 large, luxurious guest rooms in a crystal-inspired architectural masterpiece.

 

Located on 53rd Street just off 5th Avenue and directly across from the Museum of Modern Art, the Skimore Owings & Merrill designed tower stuns at street-level with a 60 foot tall prismatic glass façade that reflects the artisanal influence of the building’s royal namesake. No detail was spared in the creation of this one-of-a-kind masterpiece.

 

The hotel, designed by legendary French designers Gilles et Boissier, offers the ultimate in unrivaled amenities. Featuring a French-inspired restaurant and bar, a 10,000 square foot spa with a 55-foot pool, a state-of-the-art fitness center, 24 hour concierge service and the stunning standalone “crystal bar” nestled within the Tuileries-style outdoor terrace, the Baccarat Hotel & Residences offers unparalled levels of service and amenities to guests and owners alike.

 

Stepping into the private residences, conceptualized by renowned designer Tony Ingrao, residents are welcomed by a flood of natural light afforded by generous floor-to-ceiling windows. Other amenities include couture-quality kitchens and fully appointed bathrooms that offer a relaxing respite high above the city.

 

For the truly discerning resident, the penthouse suite affords more than 2,500 square feet of refined elegance in a five-bedroom duplex. Offering panoramic views of Central Park, the Chrysler Building, the Empire State Building and the Manhattan skyline, the soaring 14-foot ceilings and dramatic covered loggia offer grand living far removed from the streets below.

 

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Stepping into the private residences, conceptualized by renowned designer Tony Ingrao, residents are welcomed by a flood of natural light afforded by generous floor-to-ceiling windows. Other amenities include couture-quality kitchens and fully appointed bathrooms that offer a relaxing respite high above the city.

 

For the truly discerning resident, the penthouse suite affords more than 2,500 square feet of refined elegance in a five-bedroom duplex. Offering panoramic views of Central Park, the Chrysler Building, the Empire State Building and the Manhattan skyline, the soaring 14-foot ceilings and dramatic covered loggia offer grand living far removed from the streets below.

 

Slated for occupancy in August 2014, the residential tower is over 60% sold. The Baccarat Hotel & Residences is scheduled to fully open in late 2014, bringing unprecedented luxury, prestige and history to New York City. For additional information, please visit www.baccaratresidencesny.com 

 

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