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The Iconic Trump Tower is a masterpiece of style and design. At 68 stories and rising 664 feet high, this landmark, built by the famous Donald Trump in 1983, immediately became the tallest glass building in Manhattan. Located on 5th Avenue, between East 56th and East 57th Streets, Trump Tower is one of the most recognizable luxury buildings in the world. Trump Tower is known for its distinctive and visually striking, yet very elegant sawtooth faceting.
Built in 1930, the Jumeirah Essex House is a luxury pre-war condominium in a fantastic location. The building was designed by renowned architect Costas Kondylis and is a blend of classic and contemporary elegance. Converted to a luxury residential hotel by Marriott Corporation in 1974, the building is currently comprised of 185 units, which range in size from one to three bedrooms.
Trump International Hotel & Tower stands 52 stories above Columbus Circle and Central Park. The building was designed by Costas Kondylis with Philip Johnson Ritchie & Fiore as the design architect. Formerly an office building, Trump International was converted into 158 luxury condominiums in 1997. The first 17 floors are 167 hotel units ranging in size from studios to two-bedrooms. The upper portion of the building, known as the Tower, is comprised entirely of residential condominiums.
Built in 1925, 610 Park Avenue is a condominium conversion of the former Mayfair Hotel. Today 610 Park Avenue condominium features a number of exquisite homes. This building still exudes the old world charm with which it was built. The property was renovated with the materials from the Villard Houses apartment house coming into the property in 1997. The owners have spent close to $55 million to convert the Mayfair Hotel into 610 Park Avenue from having 210 hotel rooms to now having 70 amazing large condominium homes consisting of one to five bedrooms.
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.
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.
The Ritz-Carlton is classic elegance and contemporary luxury living in Manhattan. Built in 1938, the Ritz-Carlton Tower was originally the St. Moritz Hotel. Designed by architect Emery Roth, the hotel was converted into residential units in 2002.
Built in 1927, the Sherry Netherland Hotel is a mix of elegance and romance. Designed by architect Schultz & Weaver, it is truly recognizable by its elaborate minaret, reminiscent of a French chateau. This 38-story building is home to 165 cooperative residences, which were converted in 1954. Apartments range in size from one- to seven-bedrooms. Units contain both classic and modern touches.
Trump Parc Condominium located 106 Central Park South was built in 1929, and was famously the former Barbizon Hotel. Laurence Emmons originally designed Trump Parc in partnership with the architectural firm of Lloyd Morgan and Murgatroyd & Ogden. Donald Trump later converted the building to condominiums in 1986 with elegance and sophisticated splendor. The building has a modern classical design and a very distinctive rooftop with soaring gold toped spires which make it easily recognizable. If you are a self described Foodie then François Chocolate Bar Fpb, Jean Georges, Per Se, Masa and the many more sensational eateries are just at your feet. Equally enjoying are the strolls through Central Park directly across the street, or short walks to the Museum of Modern Art (MOMA), Rockefeller Center, and Radio City.
The Beekman Regent at 351 E. 51st St. is a registered a landmark that was designed to mirror the style of the Dakota. This architectural beauty offers a diverse mix of layouts including lofts, simplexes, duplexes and penthouses. The 64 apartments boast extraordinary details such as 14 foot covered ceilings, crown moldings, sweeping galleries and 10 foot-high windows with white marble windowsills.
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