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The graceful elegance of the Philip House makes it a truly unique place for its residents as it merges old traditions with a contemporary lifestyle. The building has a classic look that was developed by Cheshire Group and is managed by Cooper Square Realty. This building was converted into its current form in 2012. The architecture of the building was done by Alan G. Rose AIA, of ARCT Architecture PC. The interiors are splendidly designed by Victoria Hagen. This building has 53 spacious apartments spread across 11 floors.
With a name signifying luxury and extravagance, the Diamond House, at 170 East 77th Street, offers high-end apartments on Manhattan’s Upper East Side. Originally built in the 1940s, the Diamond House blends classic touches with contemporary style. Designed by Spivak Architects, the 11-story building contains spacious apartments ranging in size from one to four bedrooms.
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.
This 13-story apartment building was designed by Pickering and Walker in 1912 and closely resembles the larger 829 Park Avenue apartment building that had been erected the year before. It originally had 12 duplex units and according to a July 4, 1993 article in The New York Times by Christopher Gray each has "a library, living room and dining room across the front, a kitchen and three servants’ rooms in the middle and four master bedrooms in the rear in the upper part of the duplex." "Interior photographs show a 55-foot sweep from the dining room through to the library, and kitchens with dinosaur-sized appliances," the article continued, added, however, that "in 1940 the shareholders gave the building back to the principal lender, the Dry Dock Savings Bank, and the building was emptied."
Century Condominiums are in a prime location of New York City. Built in 1930, Century Condominiums is part of the four iconic apartment buildings that line Central Park West. The Landmarks Preservation Commission described Century Condominiums as a "sophisticated essay in Art Deco Design".
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.
Gramercy Place Condominium located at 280 Park Avenue South was built in 1987 to 26 floors and 259 apartments. Renovated apartments vary with individual owner’s visions but many have opulent renovations, open living areas, large dining area and kitchens, some that are windowed kitchens, large oversized windows throughout, abundant closets space and some with loft style designs, and wood burning fireplace. Features at the Gramercy Place condominium are extensive and include full-time doorman attend lobby with concierge, rooftop pool and Jacuzzi, his and hers locker rooms with sauna and steam shower access, two sundecks with spectacular and complete panoramic, 360 degree views of Manhattan’s Skyline, along with a 24hour fitness club, a spectacular rear courtyard with children’s play garden, available additional storage, laundry room and bike storage.
The Devonshire House is a classic NYC pre-war building. With a blend of traditional Italian and English detailing, it was built in 1928 and designed by architect Emery Roth. The building is 15 stories high and is home to 134 units, which range in size from one to four bedrooms.
Iconic 141 Fifth Avenue in the Flatiron District has a history that dates back to the late 19th century. Its top ten floors were converted into apartments in 2009. Units feature large windows and have generous layouts, while kitchens and bathrooms are equipped with modern, premium appliances and fixtures. Apartments are also distinguished by detailed architectural touches, as the developers worked to maintain its original finishes.
Built in 1927 and designed by Robert A.M. Stern Architects, 18 Gramercy Park has a timeless elegance. The 17-story building contains 14 full floor homes (more than 4,200 square feet), a terraced duplex penthouse, and maisonette with its own street entrance. A special treat is that residents have the privilege of purchasing an annual key to the ageless charm of Gramercy Park, Manhattan's only private park.
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