1010 Fifth Avenue is located in the heart of the Upper East Side across from the Metropolitan Museum of Art. This sunlit apartment has both Southern and Western exposures, providing views of the landmarked Vanderbilt Mansion, Central Park, the Museum and its lovely fountains, as well as the midtown skyline. A hexagonal 16x16 entry Gallery with inlaid hardwood floor has a large walk-in coat closet and a stylish wet-bar. The Gallery serves as a formal separation between the entertaining and living quarters, giving maximum privacy. This home works well for entertaining, with a 28-foot-long Living Room with multiple seating areas, and an adjacent formal Dining Room that easily accommodates seating for 12 or more. Connected to the Dining Room is a Breakfast Room, which can be incorporated into the Dining area if desired, or closed off with pocket doors for separation. Off the Living Room is a Library, which doubles as a Screening Room with a recessed motorized screen and projector. Rounding out the entertaining portion is a Kitchen, featuring a 48-inch, 6 burner Dacor range with vented hood, Subzero refrigerator, freezer drawers, Bosch dishwasher, and an abundance of cabinetry and storage. On the opposite side of the apartment, the Primary Suite has a large walk-in and reach in closets, dressing area, a spacious windowed Study, and a windowed 5 fixture Primary Bathroom with glass enclosed shower and soaking tub. Across the hall are 2 spacious ensuite Bedrooms with a shared Living Room, both with light and open views. A Staff Room near the Kitchen has its own renovated Bathroom and can be used as a 4th Bedroom or Home Office. This home includes beautiful hardwood floors, state of the art 4-zone central air conditioning, digital thermostats to control the heating, a central humidification system, motorized shades, in the wall speaker system, and a custom lighting design throughout. A large walk-in Laundry Room/Home Gym completes this gracious home. 1010 Fifth Avenue is a pre-war, white glove co-op designed by Frederick Filmore built 1925 in the Italian Renaissance style. Amenities include full-time doormen, attended elevator service, resident superintendent, and a fitness center. The building allows pets and pied a terres but no subletting. 40% financing is permitted. 2 percent flip tax paid by buyer.