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Olympic Tower is one of Manhattan’s most desirable luxury condominium residences in the heart of Manhattan and highly sought after places to live. Olympic Tower condominium is a 51-story building with 225 condo apartments that are the embodiment of class and luxury. Developed by Aristotle Onassis and designed by world-renowned architectural firm Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, Olympic Tower is also one of the first mixed-use condominiums in New York City. Olympic Tower is unique because in addition to apartments, it is home to the Atrium Café and the Onassis Cultural Center.
155 East 49th Street is an exceptional 1924 Pre War Luxury Co-op with Style and Sophistication for those with Discriminating Taste, containing 74 apartments, which range from studios to one bedrooms. You have 24 Hour Doorman and Elevator Attendant for your convenience and are located in the Heart and next to all the best Manhattan has to offer. Across from the Waldorf Astoria you are steps from everything; Rockefeller Plaza, Museums, The Opera, Many of New York's Best Restaurants and Designer Stores an Shopping, and all subways including Grand Central Station with quick access to the 59th Street Bridge and Midtown Tunnel as well as just a short drive across town to the Lincoln Tunnel giving you outstanding convenience to all the surrounding airports.
Built in 2004, the Milan is a 32-story luxury condominium building located in a very sought-after Midtown neighborhood of Manhattan. Designed by architect Peter Claman of SLCE, this impressive building is sleek and sophisticated. These attributes are noticeable right away when you first enter the exquisitely designed lobby, which includes a tranquil outdoor bamboo garden designed by MOMA roof garden architect, Ken Smith.
The Iconic Trump Tower is a masterpiece of style and design. At 68 stories and rising 664 feet high, this landmark, built by the famous Donald Trump in 1983, immediately became the tallest glass building in Manhattan. Located on 5th Avenue, between East 56th and East 57th Streets, Trump Tower is one of the most recognizable luxury buildings in the world. Trump Tower is known for its distinctive and visually striking, yet very elegant sawtooth faceting.
Park Avenue is home to some of the most desirable condominiums on the Upper East Side. Built in 1929, the former Delmonico Hotel, was bought by Donald Trump in 2001 and converted into a 32-story condominium. Trump Park Avenue combines classic elegance and contemporary convenience, which a discerning owner would expect.
500 Park Tower is a luxury glass clad mega condominium located at 500 Park Avenue in Manhattan built with 40 floors and 53 very large apartments. This stunning is perfectly situated in Midtown on the South West corner of 59th Street and Park Avenue. The apartments range from 1000 to 8000 square feet and are spectacular with floor-to-ceiling windows, 24 hour doorman and concierge, and in a fantastic Park Avenue location.
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.
The Grand Beekman is located right off of 51st Street and 1st Avenue not too far from FDR Drive and the I-495 tunnel. It is just a few blocks north of the United Nations complex. This 32-story, 89-unit building was completed in 2001. The brilliant contemporary design of the building makes it stand out while giving its residents a sense of luxury in today’s new world.
Built as a redesign of the Museum of Modern Art complex, this 52-story condominium is a blend of art and architecture. Built in the early 1980s and designed by Cesar Pelli, Museum Tower was one of the most highly anticipated additions to Midtown Manhattan. The tower contains 251 apartments, which range in size from one to two bedrooms; however, they can be combined to create larger units.
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.
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NYC Apartments in the 50's