240 Park Avenue South is a new high-profile condominium building in the Flatiron District designed by architect Gwathmey & Siegel. This building’s facade is clad in limestone and glass and uniquely features curved glass corner windows.
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 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.
Situated at 125 West 21 Street, one of Manhattan’s most sought after locations, where Chelsea, the Flatiron District and Union Square meet, The Indigo is a luxury new build condominium offering a wide variety of residential options. Its unique zinc and aluminum façade makes it one of the most distinctive buildings in the neighborhood- but its ultra-modern interiors are no less impressive. All apartments within The Indigo have been designed to offer the best in contemporary urban living. Wall-to-ceiling windows bathe the apartments in natural light and provide stunning views across the city and of the vibrant nightlife below. Chef-style kitchens have been designed with both entertainment and relaxation in mind and flow seamlessly into the living areas. Poggenpohl cabinetry and quartz countertops are complimented by state-of-the-art Viking appliances. Deluxe bathrooms feature heated flooring, limestone detail and Kohler bathtubs. Many of the apartments feature their own private terrace. Residents not only benefit from being on the doorstep of some of the most vibrant nightlife in the city, but also from a full range of in-house amenities. These include two private outdoor recreation areas, 24-hour doorman, live-in superintendent, storage space and video security system.
Designed by Jade Jagger for YOO, this 14-story condo offers a fresh take on interior designs by introducing Pod Living. A Pod is a lacquered box that sits in each residence. When opened, the Pod reveals the hidden kitchens and baths, as well as bright mosaics. Owners can choose between the Artisto, Luxo, Boho and Baroco Pod.
Ideally situated for access to Chelsea, Union Square and Greenwich Village, Oculus is the latest luxury development by the renowned Alchemy Properties. It features 47 luxuriously designed apartments over 10 floors- of which almost half have their own outdoor space. It also boasts two separate outdoor areas, making it ideal for those looking for somewhere to retreat from the hectic schedule of city life. FxFowle Architects have lovingly designed the facade for this most handsome of buildings, incorporating huge Wausau windows, German terra-cotta and stainless steel balconies. The restrained luxury of the exterior has been carried on throughout the building, resulting in spectacular modern living spaces. Apartments feature oversized windows, high ceilings and cherry hardwood floors- all working in unison to create a sense of light and space. Kitchens feature attractive quartz countertops, custom made Poggenpohl March Oak cabinets and top-of-the line Viking appliances. Bathrooms feature radiant under-floor heating, Kohler wall-mounted vanities and fixtures and state-of-the-art spa showers by Steamist. Residents also benefit from two separate, private outdoor areas, both beautifully landscaped. The attractive roof terrace with views out across the city and the rear courtyard, which provides a hidden oasis of calm and relaxation. The building is serviced by a 24-hour doorman and live-in superintendent.
One Madison Park is one of the most desirable new build condominiums in Manhattan’s highly desirable Flatiron District. Rising 60 stories high, its gleaming glass facade is sure to catch the eye, however its luxury interiors and world class amenities are no less appealing. It comes as little surprise that its apartments offer some of the best views of any in the city. The sleek, modernist architecture of One Madison Park is carried over into the design of each and every one of its apartments. They have all been specifically designed to make the most of the incredible views afforded by the buildings dominance of the skyline and to create a sense of open-plan, loft-style living. All apartments feature wall-to-ceiling windows, polished hardwood floors and top-of-the-range fixtures and fittings. Many of the ninety apartments within the building take up and unshared floor and offer residents 360-degree panoramic views of New York, an effect which must be seen to be believed. All apartments are finished to the high standard which you would expect from a luxury condominium, including island-style kitchens with state-of-the-art stainless steel appliances and marble finished bathrooms. Fitness fanatics are well taken care of with a fully equipped gymnasium and a large heated swimming pool. When it’s time to relax after a good work out, an entire floor of the building has been converted into a luxury spa. Other amenities which residents benefit from include a large private screening room, wine cellar, roof deck, 24-hour doorman and concierge services.
Sky House is often described as one of the most enigmatic of the new build condominiums in the city, its handsome glass and red brick design causing many admiring glances. As you would expect from a building called Sky House, its residences offer incredible views across the Manhattan skyline and of the adjacent Church of the Transfiguration- one of New York’s most charming buildings. All apartments within Sky House feature wall-to-ceiling windows, which not only provide majestic views of the ever changing city but also fill each of the residences with natural light. Large open-plan kitchens have been designed to provide residents with the ideal place to cook, entertain and relax. Attractive granite and glass countertops are paired with stainless steel appliances to create a truly modern environment. All appliances are supplied by the award winning Kitche Aid. The luxurious marble bathrooms feature bespoke chrome fixtures, cherry wood cabinets and deluxe showers. All apartments feature hardwood flooring throughout. The Flatiron District is one of the most vibrant in the city and Sky House is situated right in the heart of the action, only moments away from some of the best restaurants and nightlife which Manhattan has to offer. As well as having a host of attractions on their doorstep, residents also have access to a wealth of amenities within the building itself. These include a fully equipped fitness center, family room and play center, business facilities, meeting room and concierge services.
Located in the historic heart of Chelsea, The Cammeyer is a luxury redevelopment featuring one, two and three bedroom apartments. Dating from 1892, this most handsome of buildings has been redeveloped to combine the best in modern design with the majesty of pre-war architecture. The Cammeyer is ideally located for the many cultural hotspots which Chelsea has to offer. White Space is the theme which informs the design of The Cammeyer’s deluxe residences which provide ultra-modern, minimalist living spaces. Living areas feature wooden flooring, wall-to-ceiling windows and sliding glass walls. Island-style kitchens utilize white wooden floors, bespoke Poggenpohl cabinets and Corian work surfaces to startling effect. The modernist feel of each kitchen is complimented by the state-of-the-art stainless steel appliances, including Miele dishwashers, Thermador ovens and Sub-Zero refrigerators. Bathrooms exude understated luxury and feature durite-panelled flooring, Dornbracht showers and superb Waterworks Chord soaking tubs. The Cammeyer has a history of attracting artistic residents and its soaring, 16-foot high lobby was once the home to some of the city’s most talked about art shows. That history lives on in the Corian tree sculpture by Eran Chen which now forms the buildings concierge station. In addition to one of the most eye-catching lobbies in the world, residents also have access to a large private roof deck, fully equipped gymnasium, climate-controlled wine cellar, individual storage and full concierge services.
Only 15 full floor residences, with the elevator opening up directly into the apartments. 2 bedroom, 2 full baths per floor, radiant heated floors in both bathrooms wrapped in Thassos honed marble, and beautiful mosaic floors, Brazilian vanities by Florense, open Italian kitchens with glass cabinettes by Ceasar, Sub-Zero and Veneto glass walls, private outdoor spaces,
Situated between Madison Avenue and Park Avenue South, Twenty9th Park Madison towers above its neighbors with a bold restraint at once seductive and demure. Day and night, its shimmering glass reflects the glamour of cosmopolitan life.