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The Avery condominium located at 100 Riverside Boulevard was built in 2007 in Manhattan’s highly sought after area of Riverside Boulevard in the Upper West Side. The Avery condominium is a 32-story post-war high-rise building that was designed by Costas Kondylis with a high level of exquisite building finishes materials and amenities that overlook the Hudson River and provides spectacular views of the Manhattan skyline, Hudson River and the setting Sun. The building contains 274 apartments, which range from one to four bedrooms. Each unit combines marble, granite, porcelain and glass to create a luxurious and contemporary feel.
With a name signifying luxury and extravagance, the Diamond House, at 170 East 77th Street, offers high-end apartments on Manhattan’s Upper East Side. Originally built in the 1940s, the Diamond House blends classic touches with contemporary style. Designed by Spivak Architects, the 11-story building contains spacious apartments ranging in size from one to four bedrooms.
In the sought-after neighborhood of the Upper East Side, Maison East provides a living experience unlike any other in New York City. Conveniently located near the finest schools and surrounded by great restaurants, museums and shops, this elegant building boasts 147 apartments spread over 31 floors. Though built in 1985, the building was converted in 2006 for extended stay use. The beauty of the tower is the unpredictable architecture that surprises you with a garden in every apartment.
Located right near the 77th Street subway station and Lenox Hill Hospital, the Siena at 188 East 76th Street is a 32-story building with 73 studios ranging from one to four bedrooms in size. The tall height of the Siena also gives residents a beautiful look at the city around them.
Built in 1985, the Rio is a 40-story, 150-unit high-rise that features some of the most amazing views of Manhattan and Roosevelt Island that anyone could ever experience. The Rio is right off of 2nd Avenue and includes easy access to New York’s commercial center. It is also right next to the College of Mount St. Vincent, the Lenox Hill Hospital and the Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital. It is also two blocks from the Lexington Avenue/63rd Street subway stop.
The Grand Beekman is located right off of 51st Street and 1st Avenue not too far from FDR Drive and the I-495 tunnel. It is just a few blocks north of the United Nations complex. This 32-story, 89-unit building was completed in 2001. The brilliant contemporary design of the building makes it stand out while giving its residents a sense of luxury in today’s new world.
Place 57 Condominium is a sleek glass tower boasting 67 luxurious residences spanning over 36 floors, with many homes offering sweeping views of the Manhattan and Central Park skyline. This architectural marvel was built in 2005 and conceived by the renowned Ismeal Leyva Architect PC. Taking into account in its design concept, Place 57 was intended to be a luxurious and intimate building with only 2 to 3 apartments per floor, providing its residents a lavish and quiet retreat in Midtown Manhattan just steps from Central Park and the Four Season Hotel. Equally enjoying are the strolls through Central Park a few blocks down the street from Place 57, or quick trip to the Museum of Modern Art (MOMA), Rockefeller Center, and Radio City.
Gramercy Place Condominium located at 280 Park Avenue South was built in 1987 to 26 floors and 259 apartments. Renovated apartments vary with individual owner’s visions but many have opulent renovations, open living areas, large dining area and kitchens, some that are windowed kitchens, large oversized windows throughout, abundant closets space and some with loft style designs, and wood burning fireplace. Features at the Gramercy Place condominium are extensive and include full-time doorman attend lobby with concierge, rooftop pool and Jacuzzi, his and hers locker rooms with sauna and steam shower access, two sundecks with spectacular and complete panoramic, 360 degree views of Manhattan’s Skyline, along with a 24hour fitness club, a spectacular rear courtyard with children’s play garden, available additional storage, laundry room and bike storage.
Lower Fifth Avenue is one of the city’s great stretches of architectural history and the section between 14th and 23rd Street one of the richest in elegant commercial structures from the start of the 20th Century. It is, therefore, perhaps understandable that the developers of this building, Douglas B. Gardner, Martin M. Berger and Fred Levinson, opted for a "Post-Modern" design for this 19-story, condominium apartment building.
254 Park Avenue South is located on the northwest corner of Park Avenue and 20th Street. Built in 1913 and designed by Architect Charles Allem, this 14 story building is a great place to call home. The property is a flawless example of neoclassical architecture in Beaux Arts style.
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