About The Sheffield 57
Considered by many to be the most ambitious and expensive condominium conversions in Manhattan real estate history, The Sheffield 57 has emerged as one of the most sought after condo listings in Midtown Manhattan. Its prime location at 322 West 57th Street certainly helps, but The Sheffield's runaway success is not hard to understand. The top-to-bottom renovation that turned The Sheffield into a high-end condominium has also created state-of-the-art amenities and some of the most luxurious apartments in Manhattan.
The apartments at The Sheffield are available in a wide array of floor plans and sizes ranging from studio apartments to four bedroom apartments. But, regardless of size, every Sheffield apartment meets the same high aesthetic standard. This means that all Sheffield apartments are ample, gracious, bathed in natural light thanks to the huge, energy-efficient windows, and filled with only the best high-end fixtures and finishes. The apartments boast classic New York hardwood floors made from Nordic Ash and huge oversized closets. The kitchens are filled with top-of-the-line appliances from brands such as Miele, Bosch, and Subzero. All of the cabinetry is custom Italian and all of the countertops are made from Calacatta marble. The baths are boast dual sinks, soaking tubs, and honed travertine floors, walls, and counters.
Every bit as impressive as the apartments in The Sheffield are the amenities. All of the conveniences that New Yorkers have come to expect from a luxury condominium are ready and waiting, from the 24-hour doorman to the skilled concierge staff to the attended parking garage. Just like the apartments however, The Sheffield's amenities go well above and beyond the basics. The state-of-the-art fitness facility, for instance, is equipped with top-of-the-line exercise equipment, a Yoga/Pilates studio, and a his/her spa area complete with sauna. Crowning the Sheffield is an enclosed rooftop pool and three sun-decks which overlook Midtown Manhattan. The residents only lounge is stocked with billiards and game tables and a big-screen TV. The Sheffield is mere steps from the subway, a hop, skip, and a jump from Carnegie Hall, and only a short walk from Columbus Circle and Central Park. All of these elements combine to make one of the most desirable buildings in Midtown Manhattan.