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The Mark

A 1920s haven, now with the city's largest suite

The Penthouse Suite's Library Living Room Photo: Todd Eberle
Grand Piano of the Penthouse Suite Photo: Todd Eberle
The Mark Penthouse Suite's Formal Living Room Photo: Todd Eberle
The Penthouse Suite's Master Bedroom Photo: Todd Eberle
The Grand Staircase of the Penthouse Suite Photo: Todd Eberle
The Penthouse Suite's Master Bathroom Photo: Todd Eberle
The Penthouse Suite's rooftop terrace Photo: Todd Eberle
The Mark Photo: The Mark
The lobby, with distinctive black-and-white marble floor Photo: The Mark
View to the restaurant from the lobby Photo: The Mark
The Wine Wall, leading to The Mark Restaurant by Jean-Georges Photo: The Mark
The Mark Restaurant Jean-Georges Photo: The Mark
The Mark Bar Photo: The Mark

With its iconic black-and-white marble flooring, famed hairstylist Frédéric Fekkai’s salon on the premises, a Jean-Georges Vongerichten-helmed restaurant and the dexterity of a concierge for whom no challenge is too great, this Jacques Grange-designed property on 77th Street at Madison Avenue is a deco gem dating from 1927. It is ably overseen by French-born general manager Olivier Lordonnois and even has its own custom scent – Jurassic Flower, by master perfumer Frédéric Malle. The recent addition of a 16th- and 17th-floor penthouse, claimed to be the largest in the city at 1100sq m, gives the property an exclusive palatial residence beneath its distinctive copper roof, with 5-bedrooms, ballroom, showcase kitchen and roof terrace but the tip of this grandiose berg.

 

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