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The Park Laurel built in 2000 was designed by Beyer Blinder Belle and Costas Kondylis as a refined red brick 41-story condominium. Beginning on the 14th floor, The Park Laurel Condominium is home to 53 exceptional luxury residences that range in size from two to four bedrooms. The units seamlessly blend comfort, luxury and elegance in one of the most sought-after locations in Manhattan, steps from the coveted Central Park and Central Park West.
521 Park Avenue condominium located at 521 Park Avenue is an exquisite 12-story 1911 Pre-war building situated in the highly coveted and sought-after-area of Lenox Hill section of Manhattan’s Upper East Side. This impressive 12-story apartment house was designed by William A. Boring and completed in 1911 two years after he had designed 540 Park Avenue on the northwest corner at 61st Street, which has been described, according to James Trager, the author of Park Avenue, Street of Dreams," (Atheneum, 1990), as "the first of the high-class apartments to be built on Park Avenue."
525 Park Avenue condominium located at 525 Park Avenue at the corner of Park Avenue and 61st street sits in the Lenox Hill section of Manhattan's Upper East Side. This attractive apartment building, which has a elegant one-story limestone base, was erected in 1914 and later converted to a condominium in 1989. Developer Martin J. Raynes added three penthouse apartments to the building at the time of the conversion by purchasing the air rights from three adjoining buildings on the sidestreet. The addition is not in the same Italian-Renaissance-palazzo style as the rest of the building, which was designed by Schwartz & Gross. The building’s broad avenue frontage is nicely modulated by three very handsome rows of balconies with the middle row shorter than the other two. The composition is nicely capped by an attractive cornice. The sidestreet façade has some balconies also.
Built in 1927, the Sherry Netherland Hotel is a mix of elegance and romance. Designed by architect Schultz & Weaver, it is truly recognizable by its elaborate minaret, reminiscent of a French chateau. This 38-story building is home to 165 cooperative residences, which were converted in 1954. Apartments range in size from one- to seven-bedrooms. Units contain both classic and modern touches.
Built in 1929, Walker Tower was designed by architect Ralph Thomas Walker, who was hailed by the NY Times as the "architect of the century." Walker Tower rises high above its surroundings and features stunning 360-degree Manhattan skyline views and tilt-and-turn windows. This incredible art deco building was transformed into 50 luxury condominium residences that incorporates the building’s original design details and includes all of the conveniences of modern, upscale residential living.
299 West 12th Street is one of the West Village’s premier pre-war condominiums. Built in 1931, the building was designed by the prolific architect Emery Roth. This 16-story building has its own character and charm, perfect for the neighborhood. The building was converted into residential living in 1986 and is now is home to 187 apartments. While the building mainly features studios and one-bedrooms, over the years combinations have created some two-bedroom and larger apartments. Being a pre-war condominium, prices for units in this building are well above the average for other one-bedrooms in the area, due to the restrictions on new construction in the West Village.
Chelsea Club condominium located at 444 West 19th Street in Chelsea New York City was designed by acclaimed Andres Escobar & Karl Fischer Architects into a 12 floor 42 exquisite apartment condominium building in 2006. Known for its elegant and inviting two story lobby with stainless steel columns, landscaped building front with further landscaped side walk gives the building a warm pleasurable and inviting feeling to come home too. Chelsea Club condominium’s apartments feature high ceilings that let in fantastic light, circular supporting columns that add character, large open designer chef's kitchen with exquisite white marble counters, top-of-the-line stainless steel Sub-Zero and Gaggenau appliances, Cucina cabinets, Brazilian Sucupira hardwood floors throughout, individually controlled heating and cooling systems, individual elevator access and many apartments have either balconies or terraces.
155 Perry Street condominium is a elegant 1920’s pre-war building converted to a condominium in 1984. This 8-story, 32-residence building was formally a newspaper factory whose building’s exterior and interior architecture is beautiful as it is elegant.Located in a coveted part of the West Village of Manhattan’s cobblestone streets between Washington and West Street, it’s conveniently in the heart of the West Village. Enjoy leisurely strolls to the Hudson River Waterfront Walkway just steps away or to the many very pleasant tree lined cobblestone streets, brownstones, boutiques and restaurants in the area.
45 Christopher Street condominium located in Greenwich Village Manhattan, is an architecturally detail rich Bing & Bing building built in 1931. Converted to a condominium in 1986 with 18 floors 122 residences this beautiful Art Deco styled brown-brick building with two story ornate stone base sits directly in front of Sheridan Square’s triangular Christopher Park. Developed by renowned Bing & Bing brothers and the architectural firm of Boak and Paris, the now landmarked residential building is highly coveted and sought-after for its gracious entry foyers with large arched doorways leading into wide spacious rooms, high beamed ceilings, hardwood floors thought, large oversized windows, huge closets, wood burning fireplaces and deep with exquisite Pre-war detailing and craftsmanship throughout these entire homes that is reminiscent of an era gone by. Standing in front of the building one can really appreciate the high level of detail in the building’s exterior stone work which is extraordinary to see.
The Steiner Building condominium located at 257 West 17th Street in Chelsea Manhattan is an elegant 1905 pre-war building converted in 1998 to the 9 floors and 32 condominium apartments we see today. The building’s façade boasts an elegant two story limestone base, while the remaining floors above are a white brick giving the building a clean pre-war feel along with its landscaped sidewalk and awning. With the carved detail in the limestone exterior the Steiner Building condominium looks handsome in appearance and remindful of an era of quality craftsmanship and detail. The Steiner Building condominium’s apartments feature high ceilings, large oversized windows, traditional loft like spaces, hardwood floors throughout, large open designer chef's kitchen with exquisite granite and marble counters, top-of-the-line stainless steel appliances, individually controlled cooling systems and washer/dryer. Further features include and some units with sky lights and private balconies and terraces.
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