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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.
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."
This 13-story apartment building was designed by Pickering and Walker in 1912 and closely resembles the larger 829 Park Avenue apartment building that had been erected the year before. It originally had 12 duplex units and according to a July 4, 1993 article in The New York Times by Christopher Gray each has "a library, living room and dining room across the front, a kitchen and three servants’ rooms in the middle and four master bedrooms in the rear in the upper part of the duplex." "Interior photographs show a 55-foot sweep from the dining room through to the library, and kitchens with dinosaur-sized appliances," the article continued, added, however, that "in 1940 the shareholders gave the building back to the principal lender, the Dry Dock Savings Bank, and the building was emptied."
116 Central Park South, or the Park House as it is better known, is a 17-story, 79-unit building that was completed in 1962 and converted into its current form in 1988. It is located exactly at the southern end of Central Park and is not too far from the 5th Avenue/59th Street subway station. This building provides one- and two-bedrooms with some of the most amazing views of 5th Avenue and Central Park that anyone could possibly experience.
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.
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.
100 West 18th Street condominium located at 100 West 18th Street between 6th and 7th avenues in Chelsea Manhattan is best described as sophistication meeting comfort and functional elegance. Built in 2008 as a 10 floor 43 apartment modern luxury condominium the building was designed to be as inspiring and soothing as well as a wonderful home. Amenities at 100 West 18th Street condominium are without compromise, and include 24 hour Concierge and Doorman, cold storage for deliveries, plus additional resident storage. Further amenities are absolutely spectacular and include a exceptional club room that opens up to a Zen like gardens, a catering party kitchen that also opens to the gardens for access for your catered parties, private gym with the latest machines and training equipment , and the landscaped roof deck and lounge that has amazing views. This lush 3500sq ft roof garden additionally has outdoor fireplace, barbecue area, outdoor shower amongst an arrangement of beautiful plantings.
345meatpacking condominium located at 345 West 14th Street is in what is also called the Meatpacking District, a coveted part of the West Village of Manhattan. Built 11 stories and consisting of 37 condominium apartments much of this building is original and unique. The buildings hand-laid imported brick façade, bronze windows from Italy, and finely-crafted details will surely impress.Certain select residences will further feature private expansive terraces with sweeping views of downtown Manhattan’s skyline and the Hudson River spanning the full residence width, and include vintage solid brass light fixtures integrated white cedar planters and non-freeze hose bib for convenient maintenance of your private garden. A diverse selection of one, two and three bedroom residences makes this West Village condominium building a great potential home and investment for many.
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