A unit at 50 UN Plaza, just a floor below Queen Elizabeth's New York apartment, is up for rent
A 17th-floor apartment at 50 United Nations Plaza in New York has listed as $30,000-a-month furnished rental, and it comes with quite a perk—its one floor below Queen Elizabeth’s Manhattan residence.
The Queen bought her 3,000-square-foot home in 2015 for $7.9 million. The listing for the apartment at the time of the sale boasted about the amount of entertaining space in the unit, with a large foyer, 15-foot-long living and dining area, as well as a high-end kitchen with a Foster+Partners–designed island, white lacquer Poliform cabinetry, and granite countertops. The building was designed by Norman Foster, who was knighted by the Queen in 1990.
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The former tenant of the newly listed apartment below her Majesty’s digs is Italian entrepreneur Silvio Scaglia, who owns Elite Model Management and La Perla.
Like the Queen’s apartment, the 17th-floor unit is 3,000 square feet and includes three bedrooms, three-and-a-half bathrooms, a chef’s kitchen, and floor-to-ceiling windows offering unobstructed river views.
The home is Jessica C. Campbell and Wendy Jackson of Nest Seekers.
The fully-furnished unit has a spacious foyer. Photo: Nest Seekers
The apartment, which is across the street from the United Nations, has unobstructed river views. Photo: Nest Seekers
The living room flows seamlessly into the dining area. Photo: Nest Seekers
The dining area has floor-to-ceiling windows looking out on the East River. Photo: Nest Seekers
The chef’s kitchen has custom Poliform white lacquered cabinetry, a center island, and top-of-the-line appliances. Photo: Nest Seekers
The kitchen was designed by Foster+Partners. Photo: Nest Seekers
The master bedroom is drenched in natural light. Photo: Nest Seekers
The expansive master bedroom is surround with windows on three sides. Photo: Nest Seekers
The sleek master bathroom features a large bathtub with impressive views. Photo: Nest Seekers
The master bathroom has beautiful built-in cabinetry. Photo: Nest Seekers
One of the three bedrooms in the unit. Photo: Nest Seekers
One of the three and a half bathrooms in the unit. Photo: Nest Seekers
The view from the apartment is truly one of a kind. Photo: Nest Seekers