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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.
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.
The seductive and demure Twenty9th Park Madison is enviably situated between Madison and Park Avenue South near some of Manhattan’s finest restaurants and liveliest nightspots. This exquisite building towers above its neighbors with a bold restraint. Its shimmering glass captivates every eye and reflects the glamour of the most sought after, cosmopolitan life. While this dazzling double-height, cubed-glass entrance endows an irresistible allure, the cascading sunlight and moonlight streams through this architectural perfection, illuminating the dramatic interior of this distinct boutique condominium.
Lower Fifth Avenue is one of the city’s great stretches of architectural history and the section between 14th and 23rd Street one of the richest in elegant commercial structures from the start of the 20th Century. It is, therefore, perhaps understandable that the developers of this building, Douglas B. Gardner, Martin M. Berger and Fred Levinson, opted for a "Post-Modern" design for this 19-story, condominium apartment building.
Sky House Condominium is a 55 story glass building that was constructed in 2007 with a design from Bruce Fowle at FXFOWLE Architects. It has 139 apartments with one, two or three bedrooms available.
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.
240 Park Avenue South condominium located in a highly covet part of Flatiron Manhattan is on Park Avenue South and 19th street. A splendid 17 story 52 unit apartment condominium building it has a unique building curvature with curved glass windows. The buildings designers brilliantly took its Park Avenue South corner location and its geniusly designed buildings curvature to full advantage to capture the exceptional southern views and light. With the oversized floor-to-ceiling windows, curved glass windows, the apartments boast spectacular southern and east views and the upper floors having further unobstructed views to the north and west boast magnificent north, west as well south and east exposures. Apartments range in size of one to three bedrooms and some have open loft like layouts, high ceilings, hardwood floors and oversized windows throughout, washer and dryer and some apartments with terraces. There are two full-floor penthouses with the top floor penthouse offered with the option of adding its own private roof top pool.
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.
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.
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.
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