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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.
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.
The residences at 25 Columbus Circle are synonymous with luxury. Built in 2004, this all glass building rises 80 stories high. Designed by architectural firm Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, the Time Warner Center contains 191 apartments, ranging in size from two to five bedrooms.
Sky House Condominium is a 55 story glass building that was constructed in 2007 with a design from Bruce Fowle at FXFOWLE Architects. It has 139 apartments with one, two or three bedrooms available.
Built in 2007 and designed by Robert A.M. Stern Architects, 15 Central Park West is pure luxury. Occupying an entire city-block, this 43-story building has 202 apartments, which range in size from one to four bedrooms. One-bedrooms are 1,000 square feet, three-bedrooms are 3,000 square feet, grand four bedroom units are 4,000 square feet and a terraced duplex and full-floor penthouse apartments exceed 5,000 and 6,000 square feet.
515 Park Avenue is a superlative, 43-story tower, designed by Frank Williams & Associates. It only has 38 apartments, which means that most of the units are full floor apartments. The building was completed in 2000 by the Zeckandorf Group with a partnership with the Whitehall Real Estate Fund. It is currently the tallest residential building on Park Avenue above 59th Street, leading it to give the district north of 57th Street a new skyline.
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 1987, the bold and modern Metropolitan Tower is true New York City luxury. The entire structure is enclosed by a solar glass curtain wall. Designed by Schumann Lichenstein Claman & Efron, this 76-story building is home to 235 apartments. Units range in size from one- to five-bedrooms. Both its unique design and incredible height maximize the skyline views from every residence.
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