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Built in 2004, the Milan is a 32-story luxury condominium building located in a very sought-after Midtown neighborhood of Manhattan. Designed by architect Peter Claman of SLCE, this impressive building is sleek and sophisticated. These attributes are noticeable right away when you first enter the exquisitely designed lobby, which includes a tranquil outdoor bamboo garden designed by MOMA roof garden architect, Ken Smith.
The Rushmore is situated at 80 Riverside Boulevard on the Upper West Side of Manhattan. From strolls along the Hudson, to shopping at luxury retailers, to visits to world-class museums and cultural destinations, there's always something fun to do on the Upper West Side. Condominium homes, which are available for purchase at the Rushmore, represent nothing but pure luxury and serene views.
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.
Iconic 141 Fifth Avenue in the Flatiron District has a history that dates back to the late 19th century. Its top ten floors were converted into apartments in 2009. Units feature large windows and have generous layouts, while kitchens and bathrooms are equipped with modern, premium appliances and fixtures. Apartments are also distinguished by detailed architectural touches, as the developers worked to maintain its original finishes.
At the forefront of a new vision for the future stands a striking architectural form, the Visionaire, which seems to float upon the skyline like an open sail. Located at 70 Little West Street in Battery Park City, this stunning beauty boasts 251 units. Its streamlined contours were created by world-renowned architects Pelli Clarke Pelli. They have achieved platinum LEED certification for its energy efficiency and sustainability. Within each unit, floor to ceiling windows allow for optimal views of the Hudson River and the magnificent Manhattan skyline.
Located in one of New York City’s greenest neighborhoods, stands the radiant One Rector Park. This charming building is a new condominium conversion with modern interiors, full-service amenities, and a unique waterside location. This 15 story building includes 174 studio to four-bedroom homes and is fully complete and available for you to tour, touch and purchase immediately. The residences are not just spacious, but modern and flexible as well – suitable for your own personal style and flair. The homes feature two finish packages, each with a different color palette for kitchens, bathrooms, and wood floors. Every residence has new modern appliances, including a Bosch stackable washer and ventless dryer, iPod docking station with built in speakers, and a wall mounted television in the master bedrooms.
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.
Living at the Cipriani Club Residences is ultimate luxury. It does not get much more historic that being located in the Financial District, the oldest part of Manhattan. Built in 1842, the building was designed by Isaiah Rogers and doubled in size by the architect firm McKim, Mead & White. It originally served as home to the New York Merchant’s Exchange, the New York Stock Exchange, United States Customs House, and the National City Bank headquarters. There are a total 106 furnished condominiums which include 45 “club residences” or studios, 49 one-bedroom apartments, 8 two-bedroom apartments, and 4 three-bedroom apartments. The units would best be described as classic, sleek, eclectic and represent a variation of the Cipriani brand.
Franklin Tower is sophisticated and elegant downtown luxury living. Built in 1929, it is a 17-story art-deco brick tower. This property exudes elegance and sophistication down to every last detail. Between 1999 and 2001, the building was converted from office space into 25 sprawling luxury lofts.
The apartments at 260 Park Avenue South condominium are full of Pre-war detail throughout. All have high beamed ceilings, large oversized double-paned windows bringing in superb light, walnut stained oak floors throughout, central air/heat and washer and dryers. Large open island chef’s kitchens are exquisitely designed with an eye to refinement as well as being fully functional and start with exquisite Calcutta marble countertops, top-of-the-line stainless steel appliances including Sub-Zero refrigerator and wine storage, Viking stove and oven, Bosch dishwasher and some apartments have a windowed kitchen. 260 Park Avenue South condominium’s location is highly sought after and gives you great and easy access to all of Flatiron and all of Downtown Manhattan’s nightspots, galleries, museums, and venues that it is famously known for. You are literally walking distance to many spectacular restaurants, nightlife and best shopping, the famous Eataly, Madison Square Park, and close to the Old Homestead Steak House, Farmers Market, Union Square, Greenwich Village, and public transportation.
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