by Caroline Biggs Known as the “Dome Plaza,” the four-bedroom duplex occupies the 18th and 19th floors of the historic Plaza Hotel in the heart of midtown Manhattan.
photography by WASHINGTON POST
Along with over 5,665 square feet of living space, the condo includes a private terrace with unobstructed views of Central Park, four-and-a-half bathrooms, and 24-hour room service.
Calvin 5 Piece Outdoor Set
Demitrius 5 Piece Outdoor Set
The first floor features a gigantic great room (with sweeping views of Fifth Avenue) an elevator, paneled library, proper study, powder room, and more.
The formal dining room boasts a wet bar and a separate “tea room”—nestled underneath and inside the actual dome of the Plaza Hotel—that’s covered in carefully restored murals.
Capiz Scalloped Chandelier
Capiz Globe Chandelier
Jute Macramé Chandelier
The upstairs floor is home to three guest bedrooms (two with en suite baths) a sitting room, laundry room, and the master suite—which boasts a marble bathroom, dressing room, and easy access to the private terrace.
Manning Large Wood & Crystal Chandelier
Bellini 6 Light Chandelier
Unfortunately, per the Washington Post, the asking price doesn’t include the pad’s nearly $17,000 monthly bill for taxes and maintenance fees!