1055 Park Avenue sets itself apart! This contemporary glass building stands in stark contrast to its highbrow traditional neighbors. On the southeastern corner of 87th and Park, 1055 Park is set among some of the most expensive real estate in all of NYC.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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. Continue reading “135 East 79 Street” »
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 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.
The Lucida, the Upper East Side’s first LEED-certified condominium, was designed by Cook+Fox and boasts a stunning glass facade that makes every unit in the building delightfully sun-drenched. With only 110 units in the 20-floor high-rise, the building is exceedingly private and the units, which range in size from two to five bedrooms, are wonderfully spacious.
The iconic Manhattan House, designed by leading Modernist architect Gordon Bunshaft, offers a range of luxury apartments which combine contemporary design alongside the buildings original modernist architecture. Located at 200 East 66th Street, in New York’s Upper East Side, residents can choose from studios, one to five-bedroom apartments or a penthouse- all inspired by the style of Grace Kelly and featuring solid white oak floors and a fireplace.
One of the most sought after condominiums in New York, One Beacon Court , is located in the prime Midtown East location of 151 East 58th Street. It offers 105 luxury apartments for sale across the 32nd to 55th floors- all of which boast the best in modern design, luxury appliances and breathtaking views of the New York skyline. Residents also benefit from a full range of amenities including fully equipped gym and concierge services.
Designed by the world renowned SLCE Architects, The Azure is a new luxury condominium situated at 333 East 91st Street. Over its 34 floors it offers a range of one to five bedroom apartments, all finished to the highest standards and offering stunning views of the city. Its prime location on the corner of First Avenue means easy access to parks, museums, shops and subways.
All apartments feature fitted kitchens with stainless steel Viking appliances, Bosch dishwashers, ceiling-high wooden cabinets and built-in pantries. Designed to provide a sense of light and space, the kitchens open out into the large living areas which feature floor-to-ceiling windows, providing majestic views out across the river. The luxury bathrooms are finished in Italian marble and come complete with a large soaking tub.
The Azure has all the amenities which you would expect from one of the New York’s most prestigious condominiums. The two roof-top terraces with panoramic views of the city provide the ideal place to prepare for the day ahead or to relax of an evening. The lounge and private dining room, with adjacent kitchen, are ideal for those looking to entertain. Families are catered for by a fully equipped kids’ playroom and a separate teen lounge, featuring all the latest games and gadgets. The fitness centre features a full range of weight and cardio equipment in addition to a ballet bar. A 24-hour concierge service- including pet walking and sitting services- is also available.
Dating from 1926, The Barbizon, with its intricate pink brickwork and Moorish inspired details, is one of New York’s’ most unique buildings. Now one of the city’s most impressive condominium conversions, its interior has seamlessly combined the buildings heritage with the best in contemporary design. It is hardly surprising that Barbizon 63 is one of the most highly regarded condominiums in New York.
Meticulous attention to detail has been taken in the restoration of the Barbizon, ensuring that many of the unique pre-war architectural features have been retained. The crown moldings surrounding the French casement windows and soaring ceilings evoke a sense of old New York class. This continues on into the chef-style kitchens, all which feature Bolivian rosewood flooring, marble countertops and state-of-the-art stainless steel appliances. Marble bathrooms are no less luxurious offering oversized vanities, glass showers and large soaking tubs. Many residences come complete with their own private terrace.
The amenities at Barbizon 63 are exactly as you would expect from a building that was once one of the world’s most luxurious hotels. The Club Salon offers residents a fully equipped fitness center, large heated pool, library, dining room and private screening room. The building is also attended by a 24-hour doorman and full concierge services.
The Cielo, located at 450 East 83rd Street on the Upper East Side, is a dramatic 307-foot tall new build condominium. Only one block away from the attractive Carl Shurz Park, The Cielo offers a range of attractive, contemporary residences in one of Manhattan’s hottest up-and-coming areas.
The floor-to-ceiling windows which feature in all of Cielo’s apartments offer stunning views out across the city and set the scene for the bright, modern living spaces which characterize this buildings approach to urban living. All apartments feature designer Bulthaup kitchens, complete with Pietra Cardos countertops and state-of-the-art appliances by Wolf, Miele and Sub-Zero. Bathrooms are an oasis of understated luxury, featuring Villefort limestone flooring, black walnut cabinetry, double Kohler sinks and fixtures by Waterworks.
Art lovers will be impressed by the large Betsy Eby paintings which adorn the lobby and by the Richard Haas mural which adorns the building opposite, commissioned especially by Jules Demchick, the buildings lead developer. Residents also benefit from exclusive access to a wealth of first-class amenities. These include fully equipped fitness center, laundry facilities, on-site parking, children’s playroom, nursery, lounge, storage facilities, 24-hour doorman and concierge. A rooftop terrace is also available for exclusive use of the residents, providing jaw dropping views of the Hudson River.
Georgica is a new 20-story modern condominium offering 58 residences. The building features glass curtain-wall architecture and light-filled residences. Many units feature sitting areas, dressing rooms, galleries, terraces, and fireplaces.
Located in the family-friendly Upper East Side at 303 East 77th Street, Isis is one of the most sought after new construction condominiums in the city. With just 32 apartments set across its 18 floors, it provides a level of privacy which is almost unparalleled in Manhattan. This combined with its superior interiors and great amenities make it a uniquely desirable property.
The Laurel is a 31 story condominium made up of 129 gracefully designed studio to four bedroom residences developed by Izak Senbahar and Simon Elias of Alexico Group. Residents can enjoy immediate occupancy and immediate access to unparalleled services and features, including:
The Legacy is unique condominium conversion situated at 157 East 84th Street on the Upper East Side. Originally a garage, The Legacy has been transformed by visionary architect, Costas Kondylis, into one of the most eye-catching and luxurious condominiums in the city, consisting of two townhouse duplexes, three full floor residences and a penthouse.
The Legacy offers some of the most private and spacious living opportunities in Manhattan, with each apartment providing in excess of 5000 square feet of floor. All apartments feature floor-to-ceiling windows, wood-burning fireplaces and wooden flooring. Kitchens feature bespoke Italian Wenge cabinets, silestone counters and state-of-the-art appliances from Subzero. Bathrooms feature oversized Sunflower soak showerheads and luxurious spa-style Zuma deep soak tubs. All apartments are also fitted with the latest audio-visual control system and Pro Plasma TVs.
All the amenities you would expect from a condominium of this standard are present. These include: concierge service; hi-tech fitness centre; ‘loft style’ lock-out elevators; Creston video intercom system; dining room; wine cellar and private screening room. A large, 2600 square foot landscaped roof terrace and a separate garden courtyard provide the ideal outdoor areas for residents to relax in.