Neiman Marcus CEO Karen Katz is selling her Fifth Avenue co-op for $3.15 million. Stunning unit at 930 Fifth Avenue was recently renovated and can be purchased with or without furniture. The home boasts a stunning dining foyer that serves as both a prominent entry and a space for full dining with an elegant chandelier for its center. Adjacent to the entrance is an expansive living room with oversized windows facing south, capturing a side view of Central Park with an abundance of natural sunlight.
It has a beautiful faux fireplace, 9ft. beamed ceilings and moldings. The apartment also comes with a eat-in kitchen, a pantry and a bedroom or library with a designed alcove office.
Recently renovation also includes restored parquet floors, oversized thermopane windows, and central air and heat.
The building itself is 19-story, 144-unit cooperative building which was completed in 1940 and replaced mansions owned by the Chapin, Rentschler and Schiff families. It has attended elevators, doormen, storage and fitness room for residents. The building has a low maintenance ($2,200) which includes utilities.