15 Union Square West (or 15 USW) is a very unique and luxurious boutique condo addition to Union Square. The old Tiffany & Company’s 5-story 19th century headquarters has been converted into a totally new building with an addition of seven floors above.
166 Perry Street is a new stark and modern all-glass luxury condominium building that is located in the West Village, neighboring the Richard Meier iconic towers on the Hudson River. With 24 residences over 8 floors, this avant-gard building, designed by Asymptote Architecture, is very unique.
170 East End Avenue is a 19 story glass building overlooking Carl Schurz Park, Gracie Mansion (the home of NYC’s mayor) and the East River. Peter Marino designed this building for family living, as the residences are large and the amenities offer lots of play space, both for toddlers and children.
25 Bond Street is a boutique luxury building in NoHo with only 9 enormous apartments, including a triplex and a duplex, each with a private rooftop pool. Designed by architect BKSK, the building features an elegant hand-chiseled Egyptian limestone facade protruding in front of a bronze and glass window walls.
Set in the very heart of the Greenwich Village Historic District, at W 11th and Fifth Avenue, this luxury condo combines the rich history of the building (circa 1901) and landmark neighborhood with modern conveniences. 31W11 has 17 apartments with only two per floor, except for the penthouses, that feature spacious two and three bedrooms.
40 Bond really is a piece of art! Hotelier and Studio 54 owner Ian Schrager and partner Abby Rosen engaged the 2001 Pritzker Prize winner, Swiss architects Herzog & de Meuron, to design this unique avant-garde building. Herzog & de Meuron far exceeded expectations through reinterpreting the traditional low-rise commercial loft buildings of SoHo by substituting dark-green glass for cast-iron, making the facade of 40 Bond one of the most interesting in all of NYC.
Originally designed by Rosario Candela in 1929, 40 East 66th St. has been meticulously renovated. The new lobby, inspired by the building’s original details, features vaulted ceilings, patterned floors and walls of St. Laurent, White Pearl and Oro Toscano marble. One of the major drawers here is the tony location on 66th St. between Madison and Park Avenues, just steps away from Central Park and high-end shopping and restaurants.
41 Bond has just launched sales (June of 2011), and the building’s expected completion date is by the Fall. 41 Bond is neighbors to 40 Bond and 25 Bond, two ultra luxurious buildings, so you can expect more of the same from their new neighbor, 41 Bond.
57 Irving Place is a boutique building with only 9 luxurious and sophisticated apartments. The building’s facade of “living glass” sheathes full floor residences on the East and West facing sides, allowing for great light throughout the apartments. The buildings includes 6 floor-through apartments, however, it also includes 1 penthouse, 1 townhouse and 1 duplex.
Situated at 110 Central Park South, The InterContinental has a prime Midtown location that few NYC condos can match. The views to the north from this building are breathtaking as you are perched squarely in the middle of Central Park overlooking the stately buildings lining Fifth Avenue and Central Park West, as well as Central Park itself.
The Rudin Family presents 130 West 12, a beautifully proportioned prewar residential building in the heart of Greenwich Village. With the expertise of an exceptional design team, One Thirty West 12 has been refined for a contemporary lifestyle.
Just East of Park Avenue, this new construction residence echos the grand apartment towers of the past. Residences at 135 East 79 Street feature solid herringbone patterned wood floors, bespoke millwork kitchens and closets, hand-cast hardware, slab stone, custom lighting, and tailored solid wood case moldings, base and crown trim details.
The complete restoration of this historic 1897 landmark Beaux Arts building has transformed 141 Fifth Avenue into one of downtown’s most exciting new condo conversions. Housing only 38 residences, 141 Fifth Avenue is located in the Flatiron District on the corner of East 21st Street and Fifth Avenue. Notably, the rooftop apartments are unique and stunning, and one is situated in the copper cupola atop the building.
15 Central Park West (15 CPW) is perhaps the most prestigious of all New York Luxury Properties. Opened in 2008, 15 Central Park West is a condo designed by the iconic architect Robert A.M. Stern, who paid homage to the iconic Art Deco buildings that line Central Park West.
“Starchitect” Richard Meier “maximized minimalism” when he brought 165 Charles St. to the West Village. Unlike its two neighbors he created, Meier designed this building from top to bottom, inside and out.
200 Eleventh Avenue is a stunning new ultra-luxury building designed by Selldorf Architects that is inspired by the neighboring industrial buildings of Chelsea. This inspiration is evident in the double-height residences, enormous windows, very distinctive stainless steel exterior and cast gunmetal glazed terra-cotta base.
Featuring six full-floor apartments and one penthouse, 250 Broadway is one of the most exclusive residences in New York’s trendy Soho. Designed by Moed De Armas and Shannon Architects, the glass and champagne curtain wall makes for an eye-catching exterior. Inside the apartments combine downtown loft-style living with Park Avenue chic and have access to a full range of five-star amenities.
40 Mercer is a modern, 13-story tower in SoHo developed by hotelier Andre Balaz and designed by Pritzker Prize-winning French architect Jean Nouvel. 40 Mercer is noted for its cutting-edge use of glass walls, as Nouvel used 7’ x 12’ sheets of glass – the largest ever used in a residential project.
432 Park Avenue will be the tallest residential building in Manhattan and located just across the street from the Four Seasons Hotel,on perhaps the most expensive city block in Manhattan – from Park to Madison and from 56th to 57th St. This ultra-luxury tower will average $5,300 per sq. ft., the same average price of One 57 when it was launched and before the significant price increases that followed.
Originally designed by Robert T. Lyons and erected by Bing & Bing as the Renaissance Revival-style Gramercy Park Hotel in 1925, 50 Gramercy Park North is the new residential section resulting from the hotel’s total renovation in 2005.