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The Avery condominium located at 100 Riverside Boulevard was built in 2007 in Manhattan’s highly sought after area of Riverside Boulevard in the Upper West Side. The Avery condominium is a 32-story post-war high-rise building that was designed by Costas Kondylis with a high level of exquisite building finishes materials and amenities that overlook the Hudson River and provides spectacular views of the Manhattan skyline, Hudson River and the setting Sun. The building contains 274 apartments, which range from one to four bedrooms. Each unit combines marble, granite, porcelain and glass to create a luxurious and contemporary feel.
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.
Olympic Tower is one of Manhattan’s most desirable luxury condominium residences in the heart of Manhattan and highly sought after places to live. Olympic Tower condominium is a 51-story building with 225 condo apartments that are the embodiment of class and luxury. Developed by Aristotle Onassis and designed by world-renowned architectural firm Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, Olympic Tower is also one of the first mixed-use condominiums in New York City. Olympic Tower is unique because in addition to apartments, it is home to the Atrium Café and the Onassis Cultural Center.
Built in 1907, the Plaza Hotel is one of New York City's most historic and iconic landmarks. It consists of two components: 189 private condominium residences and 152 hotel residences. The Plaza's private residences have a separate entrance at 1 Central Park South. Units range from 500 square feet for the Deluxe Suite (also known as the Palm Suite) to over 2,000 square feet for the Combination Suite. Units are exquisitely furnished with Versace Home Collection decor, and features include high ceilings, ornate moldings, beautiful mantelpieces, and walnut bordered herringbone parquet floors. The floor designs actually resemble the original mosaic patterns found in the historic Plaza Hotel lobbies.
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.
The ultra-exclusive Residences at Mandarin Oriental are the embodiment of luxury. Residents essentially live as permanent hotel guests located on the 16 floors above the Mandarin Oriental Hotel. This sleek and sophisticated building has more than 60 different apartment layouts, many of which are duplexes.
One Beacon Court Condominium located at 151 East 58th Street is a 55-story mix-use luxury condominium that was built in 2003 and designed by Cesar Pelli & Associates which encompasses an entire Midtown city block. The building has 105 superlative condominium apartments starting on the 30th to 55th floors, office space for Bloomberg L.P. and 160,000 square feet of retail space.
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.
110 Central Park South The Intercontinental originally built in 1927, was formerly known as New York City’s renowned InterContinental Hotel and the Ritz Carlton Hotel. The building's facade on 110 Central Park South offers an old New York feel. Designed by J.E.R. Carpenter and Costas Kondylis, The InterContinental’s architecture is a combination of pre-war and contemporary following its renovation in 2005
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