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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.
Manhattan House is a classic building that features beautiful contemporary design richly inspired by Grace Kelly. Residents can choose from studios, one- to five-bedroom apartments, or a penthouse condominium. The building was officially built in 1951 and was impeccably converted in 2007. There are 475 individual condos spread across 19 floors.
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
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.
Adding distinction to the skyline, Trump SoHo brings a new perspective of Manhattan with its unparalleled views of the city. Possessing one of NYC’s most coveted locations stands this flawless image of beauty. It boasts an exorbitant 391 elegant condo hotel units, which includes studios and one-bedrooms. Several of these guestrooms can be combined to create spacious two bedroom suites or three bedroom luxury spa suites. There are also five penthouse units and one immense presidential suite, offering an impressive 360° view of the City.
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.
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.
Built in 1929, Walker Tower was designed by architect Ralph Thomas Walker, who was hailed by the NY Times as the "architect of the century." Walker Tower rises high above its surroundings and features stunning 360-degree Manhattan skyline views and tilt-and-turn windows. This incredible art deco building was transformed into 50 luxury condominium residences that incorporates the building’s original design details and includes all of the conveniences of modern, upscale residential living.
Setai Fifth Avenue is a combination of five-star hotel/luxury condominium. Designed by Gwathmey Siegel, the building rises 60 stories high into the New York City skyline. The top of the building looks like a crown, which is illuminated at night. The first 26 floors of the building are for hotel guests and the remaining 34 stories are full of luxury apartments, including three penthouse suites.
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.
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