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.
15 Madison Square North mixes traditional pre-war details with contemporary living. This high-end conversion of a 1912 twenty-story building fronts the recently refurbished Madison Square Park, between Fifth Avenue and Madison Avenue, across the park from the famous Flatiron Building.
“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.
Most recently a dormitory for married General Theological Seminary students, 422W20 was designed by Neville & Bagge and built in 1895. Slated for occupancy late summer, 422W20 is a precision renovation using the existing floor plans with significant improvements: central air conditioning, new windows, and new design elements by Alan Wanzenberg Architects, including new floors, kitchens, bathrooms, and amenity spaces.
Set to be one of the very tallest residential buildings in New York at a height of 1,398 feet, 432 Park Avenue will tower above all of its neighbors. The building lies between 57th and 56th Streets and Park and Madison Avenues – a location long synonymous with luxury.
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.
Billed as “21st Century Pre-War Residences,” Extell’s 535 West End Avenue boasts 22 massive full- and half-floor apartments between 3,744 and 8,451 square feet. Designed in traditional pre-war (pre-WWII) architectural style that blends effortlessly into the historic Upper West Side neighborhood, 535 West End Avenue features all the modern luxuries and amenities expected from “New York’s greatest apartment houses.”
75 Wall Street is home to 346 luxury condominiums and the luxury brand hotel, Andaz, by Hyatt. This is a great new development for investors or owners because of its very low carrying costs. A 421(g) tax abatement provides for NO property taxes for the first 10 years and then reduced taxes for the following five years.
Given its superior location, 995 Fifth Avenue is one of the most exclusive apartment buildings in all of Manhattan. Set across from the Metropolitan Museum of Art and Central Park, the former Stanhope Hotel – or the old Park Hyatt Hotel, as you may remember it – has been totally restored and re-configured as 26 elegant and pristine half- and full-floor pre-war residences updated with a modern infrastructure.
The Aldyn is a new, luxurious high-rise on the Upper West Side that boasts magnificent views of the Hudson River and Riverside Park South. Every residence has been exquisitely detailed by visionary designers Roman and Williams who focused on high-end materials and superb craftsmanship. The amenities here are incredible!
The Brompton, at 205 East 85th Street, is a Gothic-inspired red brick and limestone new construction development designed by architect Robert A. M. Stern. The Brompton blends the timelessness of pre-war style with contemporary convenience.
Chelsea Stratus, a new glass-clad tower, rises 37 stories above 6th Avenue at 24th Street. The tallest residential building in Chelsea, it boasts gorgeous views of some of the city’s most iconic landmark structures.
Citizen Condominium presents a new standard of urban living at the nexus of New York’s most vibrant neighborhoods: Chelsea, the Flatiron, and Madison Square Park. Citizen Condominium offers 29 serene, inspiring residences from spacious studios to three bedroom homes, most with outdoor space, as well as exquisite penthouses.