Extraordinary and emblematic 740m2 apartment in the Kavanagh Building (owned by Corina Kavanagh) With 475m2 covered, 251m2 of terrace and gardens and 14m2 of storage. Its unique 360º views of the city, the Plaza San Martín and Río de la Plata stand out. The unit has been recently renovated with category details. You access the property by a private hall . Wide reception composed of a double living room with bar and exit to the terraced balcony, and a dining room. A powder room completes this sector. Its porcelain floors stand out, the natural light and the excellent views in all its rooms stand out. Double circulation. Through a circulation corridor, we access the private area which comprises 5 en-suite bedrooms, 2 of them are master suites with access to picturesque and green landscaped gardens. The marble-clad bathrooms are totally renovated. Large eat-in kitchen completely renovated with the bests materials. Office and daily dining room. The service area is made up of 2 service units with a full bathroom, a laundry room, and a pantry. Central services, heating by radiators and air conditioning by ducts in all its environments by means of multi-splits cold-heat. Storage room. 24-hour surveillance. The Kavanagh building was commissioned by Corina Kavanagh, a 39-year-old heiress who had the dream of building a luxurious stepped tower 120 meters high that would give her the rents that would allow her to live comfortably the rest of her days and justify the sale of her two stays. The Kavanagh was the first porteño skyscraper, contemporary to the construction of Rockefeller Center in New York, whose destination was to be a rental property. It also had the characteristic of being the highest reinforced concrete structure in Latin America. The construction,completed in 1936, after 14 months from its beginning and that marked a record for the time, 110m high to the roof and 120.35m until the completion of the mast, won the same year the Municipal Collective House Award and Facade. In 1939 it was distinguished by the American Institute of Architects and for its technical characteristics, it shared the award given by the Society of Engineers of the United States with the Eiffel Tower, the Assuan Dam, the Panama Canal. In 1948 its owner sold the building to banker Henry Roberts. On a certain occasion, the architect César Pelli described the Kavanagh Building as the "only" skyscraper in the Buenos Aires capital, comparable only to the Chrysler Building in New York. Since 1999, UNESCO integrated it into the catalog of World Heritage of Modern Architecture and that same year it was declared a Monumento Histórico Nacional. For this reason, its occupants are released from the payment of municipal taxes such as lighting, sweeping and cleaning. Expenses: $ 105,000 (Include AySA). ABL: $ 22,200. * The measures, surfaces and expenses consigned in the present file may not be exact. The definitive data are those that arise from the title of the property and the corresponding vouchers.