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Beautifully renovated four bedroom, four bath condominium home. Attentively designed, this duplex offers a perfect division between the floors. The spacious living room floor spreads 35’ in width and 25’ in length including a formal dining room that flows through arched entrances into the sizable living room. The floor is covered with black and white marble, illuminated by custom ceiling lights throughout.
155 East 49th Street is an exceptional 1924 Pre War Luxury Co-op with Style and Sophistication for those with Discriminating Taste, containing 74 apartments, which range from studios to one bedrooms. You have 24 Hour Doorman and Elevator Attendant for your convenience and are located in the Heart and next to all the best Manhattan has to offer. Across from the Waldorf Astoria you are steps from everything; Rockefeller Plaza, Museums, The Opera, Many of New York's Best Restaurants and Designer Stores an Shopping, and all subways including Grand Central Station with quick access to the 59th Street Bridge and Midtown Tunnel as well as just a short drive across town to the Lincoln Tunnel giving you outstanding convenience to all the surrounding airports.
Built in 1975, Continental Towers is a post-war, luxury high rise. It contains 538 condominiums with 181 different floor plans. The options are endless for residents. Apartments range in size from studios to four bedrooms, with the majority being one bedroom. Right away, the splendor of the building is evident by entering the red granite lobby with a magnificent chandelier. This is only a small taste of what is yet to come.
Built in 1923, La Bourgogne is a handsome pre-war light-beige brick building with a beautiful wood-paneled lobby. Named after a restaurant that was formerly housed at this location, this 15-story condominium was converted in 1984 and is located on Manhattan's Upper East Side. The building is home to 146 apartments, which range in size from studios to four bedrooms.
There are hardly any buildings around New York that exude luxury quite like the Ritz Tower. Since it first opened in 1926, the Ritz Tower has dazzled many onlookers with its amazing finials on its roof and its immense attention to detail. This 41-story, 115-unit building was once one of the tallest buildings in all of New York. Today the building still stands out among others in Midtown East and it makes for a brilliant place to live.
Rector Square is in a fantastic location. Built in 1986, this 23-story building is a collection of condominium residences in Battery Park City. It offers the elegance and charm of classic New York City living.
Greenwich Court Condominiums are comprised of two sister buildings that take up a full block front each on Greenwich Street. The first most northern building is located at 275 Greenwich Street between Murray Street and Warren Street and the second at 295 Greenwich Street is between Warren Street and Chambers street in Tribeca Manhattan. Built in 1986 both buildings are known for their unique windowed rounded corner and roof top ornamental iron cages resembling large rounded open solarium. With seating under the ornamental iron cages you can enjoy the evening sky and stars. Built with 11 floors and 261 apartments combined in both buildings one condo board operates and over see’s both buildings. Apartments range from studios to 3 bedroom with several combination apartments that have been combined over the years by individual owners.
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