The Veneto is a luxury apartment building in Manhattan’s Turtle Bay. The neighborhood of Turtle Bay features an abundance of residential buildings, making this area perfect for those with families or those who are just looking to escape from the more tourist-frequented parts of Manhattan. The Veneto is one of many Turtle Bay apartments, but one that offers luxury accommodations and a number of amenities.
The Veneto offers residences that designer Adam D. Tihany created around the idea of world travel. This means the spaces are filled with worldly elements and materials. This includes hardwood flooring and other exquisite detailing. The kitchens feature marble flooring and granite countertops, paired with etched panels of glass. The appliances are brand name, including Bosch dishwashers, Viking gas ranges, Miele washer and dryers, and Sub-Zero refrigerators. Bathrooms include double vanities, soaking tubs and marble flooring.
The Equinox is a fitness center only available to some of Manhattan’s most high-end apartments. The Veneto offers residents on-site Equinox access, as well as an entertainment lounge, landscaped rooftop deck and 24-hour concierge services and doorman. A children’s playroom offers parents a place to keep kids while working out.
The location also serves as an amenity. Turtle Bay is nearby a number of entertaining locations. These include the nearby East River. Turtle Bay also houses the United Nations and the famous Chrysler Building. With access to transportation, dining and shopping, the location of the Veneto is perfect for individuals and families alike.