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The Brompton, which is right by the 86 Street subway station, is a red brick and limestone structure that stands tall with 190 apartments on 20 floors. The contemporary and timeless elegance of the building embraces the valued lifestyle of its residents. Built in 2008, it is currently registered with the U.S. Green Building Council. This building is energy efficient and uses sustainable building materials and water conservation. The architecture of the building was done by Robert A.M. Stern Architects.
Perfection versus luxurious are both synonymous with the Millennium Towers Residences located at 30 West Street in Battery Park City. This striking architectural beauty was developed by the same developer as the Ritz-Carlton hotel and condominium right next door. This pinnacle of elegance has been paired with an eco-friendly lifestyle, offering a dramatic panoramic view of New York Harbor, Statue of Liberty, Lower Manhattan and the Hudson River. To top it off, the Millennium Towers Residences is LEED Gold-Certified as a Green Building by the US Green Building Council.
At the forefront of a new vision for the future stands a striking architectural form, the Visionaire, which seems to float upon the skyline like an open sail. Located at 70 Little West Street in Battery Park City, this stunning beauty boasts 251 units. Its streamlined contours were created by world-renowned architects Pelli Clarke Pelli. They have achieved platinum LEED certification for its energy efficiency and sustainability. Within each unit, floor to ceiling windows allow for optimal views of the Hudson River and the magnificent Manhattan skyline.
The Riverhouse stands out for both the grace of its architecture and its picturesque waterfront location. This gracious building has one- to four-bedroom residences that boast amenities with first-class service. The 32 story, 258 unit condominiums has proudly obtained LEED Gold Certification and its residents enjoy twice filtered air, filtered water, non-toxic materials and lower energy costs. The Riverhouse is surrounded by green space and Rockefeller Park offers incomparable views of the Hudson River and the Statue of Liberty from its oversize windows, which bathe each unit in an abundance of natural light.
One of the first LEED Gold Certified buildings in the east village is the impressive Village Green located at 311 East 11th Street. The building contains a highly efficient Daikin central heating and air-conditioning system, geothermal heating and coating of the lobby and common areas, advanced water conservation plumbing fixtures, rainwater collection for garden irrigation systems, and a planted green roof to reduce “the heat island” effect.
Soaring majestically over the East River on Manhattan’s Upper East Side, is the Laurel condominium rising high with a serene façade of glass and Indiana limestone. Buyers seeking quality, that is, quality of construction, quality of finishes, and quality of life can find it all at the Laurel. The 31 story condominium is fully equipped with 129 gracefully designed studios, one-, two-, three-, and four-bedroom units.
One Jackson Square is a ravishing architectural landmark that exudes the vitality of its coveted Greenwich Village location. Comprised of 30 sophisticated condominium residences, this beauty sits in an internationally, respected development. There are sensational one-, two- and three-bedroom units that offer panoramic views of Jackson Square Park and many other magnificent city vistas.
Built in 2009, Superior Ink is a full-service, luxury condominium development in New York City's West Village. It consists of a 17-story tower facing the Hudson River and seven townhouses on Bethune Street. It is home to 52 apartments, which vary in size from a 943 square foot open loft to a 6,321 square foot penthouse - with six apartments having private outdoor space. Legendary architect Robert A.M. Stern designed the building, and it is also completely green / LEED certified.
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.
The Chelsea Green condominium is a 14-story 51 unit apartment condo built in 2013. Located at 151 West 21st Street in prime Chelsea Manhattan location, the building’s design and emphasis was largely based on physical wellness and best available materials and services.The first development of its kind to do so, the kitchens were designed and feature The Eric Ripert Kitchen by Poggenpohl throughout the building! The kitchens features all start from a island counter with cooktop and area to prep dishes for plating, so you can host at the same time as you entertain you’re surrounding seated guests. The kitchens were designed to exceed the Energy Star standards, and you have state-of-the-art appliances, in beautiful Poggenpohl teak lava finish cabinetry, with Caesarstone countertops, Liebherr refrigerator, Bosch dishwasher, Miele induction cooktop, Smeg oven, and Grohe water-conserving faucets.
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