Living Large Inside The Bloomberg Building On East 58th Street

NEW YORK (CBS 2) — Manhattan apartments have a reputation for being small, but that’s certainly not the case with the one featured in CBS 2’s latest Living Large.

Reporter Emily Smith got a tour of One Beacon Court, also known as the Bloomberg building.

It is a prestigious Manhattan landmark on East 58th Street. It’s so flashy that celebrities, including Beyonce, call it home.

Inside apartment 46D, you find quality minimalism. There is not a thing in the place that isn’t top shelf.

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Every room in the home features extraordinary views of the Manhattan skyline as well as East River views.

The master bedroom exudes luxury — featuring a custom oak-paneled dressing room and a lavish spa bathroom and another breathtaking view of Central Park West.

For The Full Tour, Watch The Video

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  • Belinda

    Thanks for sharing the designer’s name…. I wanted to find out who did the interior. Bravo Didier Lorence!

  • Elizabeth

    Regardless of the journalistic content of the piece or the state of the economy one has to just appreciate the beauty of this property! Didier Lorence did an amazing job on the interior and the views are astonishing.

    • thom

      I’d be the first to agree that the properties portrayed on Living Large are indeed very beautiful, but the Living Large segments aren’t “news!” Not only are they not news, they are nothing the average viewer can ever aspire to except from within a realm of pure fantasy. Let these properties be reviewed in Architectural Digest, House Beautiful, or Fine Homebuilding, or CBS can create yet another program devoted to the lifestyles of the rich and famous, but stop wasting the time of the vast majority of the viewing audience!

  • stealthfighter

    Yes, yes it is time to find a new viewing source.

  • thom

    To paraphrase: “You too can have a beautiful apartment in the Bloomberg building for only $50k per month. Or, if you so desire, you can purchase it for a mere $20-million!” Pray tell, who is the target audience for this segment? It’s quite obvious to myself and others that it isn’t the average viewer, who’s simply struggling to make ends meet under the dire economic conditions created by the very people who can afford such opulence! And with all the truly important news of world that’s never covered, due to time constraints, how can you rationally justify devoting approximately 10% of your broadcast to such meaningless dribble? This is nothing but pure arrogance on your part! If this is what CBS considers news, it’s time for the viewing public to find a new source!

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