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521 Park Avenue condominium located at 521 Park Avenue is an exquisite 12-story 1911 Pre-war building situated in the highly coveted and sought-after-area of Lenox Hill section of Manhattan’s Upper East Side. This impressive 12-story apartment house was designed by William A. Boring and completed in 1911 two years after he had designed 540 Park Avenue on the northwest corner at 61st Street, which has been described, according to James Trager, the author of Park Avenue, Street of Dreams," (Atheneum, 1990), as "the first of the high-class apartments to be built on Park Avenue."
525 Park Avenue condominium located at 525 Park Avenue at the corner of Park Avenue and 61st street sits in the Lenox Hill section of Manhattan's Upper East Side. This attractive apartment building, which has a elegant one-story limestone base, was erected in 1914 and later converted to a condominium in 1989. Developer Martin J. Raynes added three penthouse apartments to the building at the time of the conversion by purchasing the air rights from three adjoining buildings on the sidestreet. The addition is not in the same Italian-Renaissance-palazzo style as the rest of the building, which was designed by Schwartz & Gross. The building’s broad avenue frontage is nicely modulated by three very handsome rows of balconies with the middle row shorter than the other two. The composition is nicely capped by an attractive cornice. The sidestreet façade has some balconies also.
Be prepared to be amazed! 15 Union Square West Condominium is one very rare and hard to find boutique condominium building filled with great Pre-war detail merged with the latest and best modern technology. Located in Flatiron Manhattan on the south west corner of 15th street it’s a highly coveted Union Square West address. These large spacious lofts overlook historic Union Square Park at its base.The former site of Tiffany & Company’s 19th century headquarters built in 1870 is now the site of 15 Union Square West condominium that was converted to condominium in 2008 into12 floors 36 apartments of exquisite, dramatic perfection. With the new addition of six floors consisting of unique penthouses with oversized terraces and gas fireplaces on the previous building structure the buildings views are quite dramatic.
The Silk Building located at 14 East 4th Street in Greenwich Village Manhattan is a renowned landmarked building built in 1908 than later converted in 1987 into12 floors and 55 stunning loft condominium residences. Looking at any angle of the Silk Condominium one immediately knows they are looking at a special Italian-Renaissance structure whose building is rich in architectural detail throughout. With an exquisite four columns entrance, a stunning lobby and detail rich cornice adorning the exterior, it is an elegant building that is an enjoyment to see. These residences boast large spacious loft layouts, high beamed ceilings with large oversized windows, hardwood floors throughout and many are with fireplace. Well appointed kitchens and baths feature the finest finishes and appliances. Master bedrooms are large and spacious with large oversized windows. Few floor plans are multi level duplex living and the Penthouses boast wonderful terraces with one Penthouse as a triplex floorplan and another extraordinary Penthouse further boasting a stunning luxurious quadruplex floorplan
45 Christopher Street condominium located in Greenwich Village Manhattan, is an architecturally detail rich Bing & Bing building built in 1931. Converted to a condominium in 1986 with 18 floors 122 residences this beautiful Art Deco styled brown-brick building with two story ornate stone base sits directly in front of Sheridan Square’s triangular Christopher Park. Developed by renowned Bing & Bing brothers and the architectural firm of Boak and Paris, the now landmarked residential building is highly coveted and sought-after for its gracious entry foyers with large arched doorways leading into wide spacious rooms, high beamed ceilings, hardwood floors thought, large oversized windows, huge closets, wood burning fireplaces and deep with exquisite Pre-war detailing and craftsmanship throughout these entire homes that is reminiscent of an era gone by. Standing in front of the building one can really appreciate the high level of detail in the building’s exterior stone work which is extraordinary to see.
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 apartments at 260 Park Avenue South condominium are full of Pre-war detail throughout. All have high beamed ceilings, large oversized double-paned windows bringing in superb light, walnut stained oak floors throughout, central air/heat and washer and dryers. Large open island chef’s kitchens are exquisitely designed with an eye to refinement as well as being fully functional and start with exquisite Calcutta marble countertops, top-of-the-line stainless steel appliances including Sub-Zero refrigerator and wine storage, Viking stove and oven, Bosch dishwasher and some apartments have a windowed kitchen. 260 Park Avenue South condominium’s location is highly sought after and gives you great and easy access to all of Flatiron and all of Downtown Manhattan’s nightspots, galleries, museums, and venues that it is famously known for. You are literally walking distance to many spectacular restaurants, nightlife and best shopping, the famous Eataly, Madison Square Park, and close to the Old Homestead Steak House, Farmers Market, Union Square, Greenwich Village, and public transportation.
Grand Madison Condominium of uncompromising quality and sophistication is located at 225 Fifth Avenue in a very prominent part of 5th avenue and Flatiron Manhattan. The Grand Madison is a highly sought after condominium, not only for its Pre-war detail and history, but its location at the North East corner of 26th street and Madison Square Park. Apartments boast fantastic architectural and pre-war detail throughout, large spacious loft floor plans, oversized windows, wide plank oak hardwood floors, high ceilings, abundant custom-built closet space, individual controlled central HVAC AC/heat systems, private storage space and Bosch washer/dryer. Some apartments also offer terrace and custom electronic shades, and Creston A/V system. Premium Island Chef’s Kitchens were designed with Poggenpohl cabinetry with under cabinet lighting, in-sink disposal, bluestone countertops, top-of-the-line stainless steel Viking, and Bosch appliances. The kitchens were created with an elegance and sophistication that is equally functional and great for entertaining.
254 Park Avenue South is located on the northwest corner of Park Avenue and 20th Street. Built in 1913 and designed by Architect Charles Allem, this 14 story building is a great place to call home. The property is a flawless example of neoclassical architecture in Beaux Arts style.
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.
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