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15 Charles Street Condominium located in the heart of West Greenwich Village in Manhattan, was built in 1964 then converted to a condominium in 1992 with 18 floors 122 residences ranging from studios to three bedrooms. Many of these residences offer open views and sun drenching natural light due to the many low rise buildings surrounding it and in the area. 15 Charles Street too sits alongside a picturesque quaint tree-lined street making for exquisite evening walks. It’s location at 15 Charles Street between Waverly Place and Greenwich Avenue is conveniently and centrally located near Washington Square Park as well as Chelsea’s and Soho’s galleries and boutiques that they are famously known for. Nearby too is Union Square and its fabulous Farmers Market just a short walk away.
The Olcott located at 27 West 72nd Street is just steps down from Central Park in Manhattan’s Upper West side. This spectacular Pre-war condominium originally built in 1925 was later converted in 2006 from a residential hotel to what it is today an exquisite 16 floors and 162 apartment condominium. Filled with spectacular history and architectural detail of an age gone by, The Olcott condominium is a full service landmark condominium building. One only need stand in front of the building or walk into its superbly restored grand lobby, opulent in design and filled with rich stone, marble, and classically detailed columns to appreciate the craftsmanship and ornate detail of the classical architecture that distinguishes this building. Enjoy leisurely strolls down scenic central park west to much of the best that New York has to offer. Near Columbus circle and Time Warner Center, you are steps from everything: world class shopping, many of New York's best restaurants like Masa, Per Se, Jean Georges, Bar Masa, François Chocolate Bar, the giant subterranean Whole Foods, museums, the opera, and many different subway lines.
The Grabler Building located at 44 Laight Street in Tribeca Manhattan is a wonderful boutique Pre-war building on one of the quietest blocks in Tribeca’s North Historic District. Deep in Manhattan history the building was originally built in 1896 and this Historic Cast Iron and Masonry Warehouse was used by the Grabler Manufacturing Company, maker of pipe fittings for a period of time. The building still bares Grabler Manufacturing Company, Pipe Fittings name on the front of the building, which has been maintained and restored till today. Residences at The Grabler Building condominium have a rare feature and situation too that gives them protected Southern light and views looking onto a tree lined Laight Street with added views of the Woolworth building and One World Trade Center that are not easily found. The Grabler Building apartments further boast other fabulous loft features that include Key-locked Elevator, grand large open living spaces with high beamed ceilings, original wooden joists, architecturally dramatic original cast iron columns, and fireplace, exposed brick walls, stunning and striking arched oversized windows, exquisite Maple hardwood floors throughout, state-of-the-art central HVAC systems, high speed wiring and cable, abundant storage and washer and dryer.
The Abbey Condominium is TRULY a very unique one-of-a-kind architecturally rich condominium. Originally built in 1888 as St. George's Parish Church it was converted to a condominium with 6 floors and 31 distinct residences were no two are the same. Unique residences feature very large floor plans that include original historically important arched windows some stained-glass and leaded windows, high ceilings, hardwood floors throughout, original brick & stone archways, sloped ceilings, and walls with Venetian stucco and mica powder finishes, central air & heat plus many original details throughout that are not found elsewhere. Situated two blocks down from Union Square much of Downtown Manhattan’s nightspots, galleries, museums, and venues that it is famously known are just a short walk away like the Coffee Shop Bar, Union Squares Farmers Market, Gotham Bar & Grill, Madison Square Park, and Eleven Madison, SD26, Eataly with its famous markets and eateries, Chelsea, Greenwich Village, public transportation and much –much more.
The Eastgate located at 245 East 72nd Street in the Upper East Side of Manhattan is one of the rare buildings with a wonderful past and story written about them as far back as 1930. Graceful and Elegant, the architectural detail and craftsmanship is throughout the entire building’s exterior and interior design and all the way through to its individual residences. Standing in front of the Eastgate you see the elegant redbrick with stunning carved white limestone detail all throughout. As you enter the lobby you are greeted by beautifully designed and updated lobby elegantly appointed polished marble floors and rich pre-war detail all through and including to its elevators, giving you the feel and presence of being back in 1930’s. Gracious and bright layouts range from large studios up to three bedroom homes. Certain residences on the higher floors feature views of the New York City skyline and the East River. Residences further feature large foyers with arched interior doorways, high beamed ceilings with elegant crown moldings, hardwood floors throughout, windowed eat-in kitchens, windowed bathrooms, numerous and sizeable closets throughout and very spacious large living and bed rooms. The Eastgate is an excellent choice for anyone looking for a rich Pre-war character and detail, sophistication and convenience of its premier 72nd Street location.
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