30 West 63rd Street is a post-war high rise with 33 floors (and 609 apartments) one-half a block away from Central Park West. The building was converted into a Condo in 2009. It is neighbors to some of the most expensive real estate condos in all of New York City – 15 CPW, Trump International Tower and Park Laurel, to name a few. Apartments at 30 Lincoln Plaza boast great views of Lincoln Center or Central Park.
300 East 79th Street is a modern 18-story condo with glass curtain wall architecture and striated glass accents. Residences include 9 foot ceilings, walnut floors, optional Creston Home Automation Technology, and Bosch washer and dryer.
Launched in June of 2011 and located at the corner of 8th Avenue and 16th Street, 305W16 is situated where three of New York Citys most celebrated neighborhoods Chelsea, the Meatpacking District and the West Village converge. The seven-story, 53-unit new construction residential development offers an eclectic mix of studio, one-, two- and three-bedroom condop residences.
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.
441 East 57th St. is a 15-story condominium wrapped in a unique patterned skin of anodized metal and fritted glass. 441 East 57th lies in the heart of Sutton Place, adding cutting edge design to a historic neighborhood. The building also boasts three exposures and windows set in a unique geometric pattern.
45 Park Avenue, a new 21-story condo designed by Costas Kondylis, is located on Park Avenue South where the Sheraton Russell once resided at 37th St. in Murray Hill. Unique to the residences of 45 Park Avenue are the individual Juliette balconies that adorn nearly every room in every home.
456 West 19 Street is a rare boutique building of 22 duplexes that recalls Chelsea’s industrial past and combines that with minimalist interiors and modern convenience. Besides the stunning apartments, a huge draw of this building is it’s location – overlooking the High-Line Park, a few blocks north of the Meat Packing District, and short walk to the NYC Art Gallery scene.
520 West Chelsea is a new condo designed by Anabelle Selldorf located at 520 West 19th, next to the High Line Park and neighboring the Frank Ghery designed IAC headquarters and Jean Nouvel designed 100 Eleventh Ave – or in Starchitect heaven to some.
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.
Designed by world renowned architect Enrique Norten, 580 Carroll is a slick addition to the neighboring Brownstones in this Park Slope neighborhood in Brooklyn. This boutique condominium has of 17 homes, each with floor-to-ceiling walls of windows, hardwood oak flooring throughout, and feature private outdoor spaces (in many). The entrance is set back from Carroll Street and features a private 3,500 SF landscaped garden leading to the building.
77 Reade Lofts is a brand new conversion of an 1852 loft building in Tribeca and an addition of a new construction limestone loft building (in a similar style) in the neighboring site. 77 Reade Lofts offer all that you would expect in a true Tribeca loft – exposed brick (in some units), high ceilings, cast-iron facade, high ceilings, large windows, and open floor plans.
A fully restored 100-year-old classic, 845 West End Avenue, is located in the Upper West Side, at 101st St. This is old world bright corner building has been restored with elegant finishes and thoroughly upgraded with modern conveniences.
949 Park Avenue stands out against the traditional buildings of Park Avenue, since it is a very contemporary glass and limestone building boasting only six duplexes. This modern-looking building has an impeccable address – at 81st and Park Avenue.
101 Warren rises 35 stories in Tribeca, just north of the World Trade Center. This luxury building has 227 contemporary apartments that feature 10-foot ceilings, floor-to-ceiling glass windows, private loggias, and custom millwork throughout. Kitchens are by bulthaup b3 and appliances are Sub-Zero and Miele.
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.