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165 Charles Street is an architectural marvel of New York City. Completed in 2005 and designed by Richard Meier, this 16-story building’s sleek and luminous presence of glass and white metal along the Hudson River is a perfect blend of art and architecture. The building contains 31 luxury residences that are the embodiment of quality and attention to detail.
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.
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.
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.
Built in 2009, the Georgica exemplifies quiet, modern elegance. Designed by award-winning architects Cetra/Ruddy, this 21-story building contains 58 units. Since there are only two to four units per floor, the variety of floor plans offer space, privacy and contemporary design. They range in size from one to four bedrooms.
Trump International Hotel & Tower stands 52 stories above Columbus Circle and Central Park. The building was designed by Costas Kondylis with Philip Johnson Ritchie & Fiore as the design architect. Formerly an office building, Trump International was converted into 158 luxury condominiums in 1997. The first 17 floors are 167 hotel units ranging in size from studios to two-bedrooms. The upper portion of the building, known as the Tower, is comprised entirely of residential condominiums.
The Trump World Tower at United Nations Plaza is one of the most luxurious residential buildings in the world. This is evident upon first entering the two-story marble lobby. Designed by architect Kondylis, this stunning and svelte New York City property offers elegant and spacious condominium residences. Units range in size from generous one-, two-, and three-bedrooms, to amazing penthouses with four bedrooms, formal dining rooms, maids' rooms and wood-burning fireplaces. All homes have extraordinary room proportions, herringbone maple floors, 10 to 16-foot ceilings, walk-in closets and spectacular views of the Hudson River, Central Park and the city skyline.
Built in 1987, the bold and modern Metropolitan Tower is true New York City luxury. The entire structure is enclosed by a solar glass curtain wall. Designed by Schumann Lichenstein Claman & Efron, this 76-story building is home to 235 apartments. Units range in size from one- to five-bedrooms. Both its unique design and incredible height maximize the skyline views from every residence.
The Sohmer Piano Building is a Neo-classical Beaux-Arts building, located at 170 Fifth Avenue and East 22nd Street in the Flatiron District. This beauty was constructed in 1897 and is home to numerous tenants. It is easily recognizable by its gold dome, which sits on top of a 2-story octagonal cupola.
173 Perry Street condominium is one of two residential towers located in West Greenwich Village Manhattan, designed by renowned architect Richard Meier. The 16-story tower stands at the north corner of Perry and West Street overlooking the Hudson River. Highly sought after residences for their transparent minimal form, it is beyond words describing how striking and stunning they are. The design and buildings location was carefully planned and thought-out to take into full account and use of one of the biggest assets this location and building has to offer, which is unobstructed open water views in addition to the New York City skyline. Sundrenched with extraordinary views of the city, river and sunsets are mere words to what you will actually experience and feel at 173 Perry Street. The design of each floor apartment was to take full advantage with floor-to-ceiling windows to create a panoramic sundrenched view from the entire apartment. Grand spaces, ultra clean lines, minimal, open lofts give you the sense of being suspended in the air and over the Hudson River. The style and elegance of the entire buildings is without compromise and the fitness center, 50-foot pool, screening room, and wine cellar are on par to some of Manhattan’s finest hotels.
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