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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.
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.
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.
Casa 74, at 255 East 74th Street, is a new condominium building located on Manhattan's Upper East Side, offering luxury apartments for sale. This striking, 30-story residential tower draws in spectacular New York City views and has units ranging from large one-bedrooms to 3,500-square-foot, five-bedroom family apartments.
Luxury and convenience on the Upper East Side - Constructed in 1977 and designed by the architectural firm of Schuman, Lichtenstein, Claman, Plymouth Tower is a 30-story brick luxury high rise. There are 356 original units, however, over the years many have been combined into larger units. The building is located on First Avenue and extends the full block between 92nd and 93rd Streets. The neighborhood of Yorkville is to the South and Carnegie Hill is to the North. Residents can enjoy excellent views, as many of the surrounding buildings are still low-rise buildings.
Built in 2000, Century Tower is a fantastic 24-story post-war luxury Manhattan condominium building. From the moment you enter Century Tower’s magnificent lobby and are greeted by your 24-hour concierge, you’ll know you’ve arrived somewhere special. Designed by H. Thomas O’Hara, the building contains 128 units, which range in size from studios to three-bedroom suites.
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.
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.
The seductive and demure Twenty9th Park Madison is enviably situated between Madison and Park Avenue South near some of Manhattan’s finest restaurants and liveliest nightspots. This exquisite building towers above its neighbors with a bold restraint. Its shimmering glass captivates every eye and reflects the glamour of the most sought after, cosmopolitan life. While this dazzling double-height, cubed-glass entrance endows an irresistible allure, the cascading sunlight and moonlight streams through this architectural perfection, illuminating the dramatic interior of this distinct boutique condominium.
When Donald J. Trump eventually abandoned his plan to erect the world s tallest building on his sprawling Riverside South/Television City project on former railroad property between 59th and 72nd Streets along the Hudson River, who would have thought he would ever erect a mid-rise building?
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