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.