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Zeckendorf Towers located at 1 Irving Place by Union Square’s eastside was a forward thinking condominium development of its time. Built in 1987 with 670 residences in four towers and over 29 floors the development was designed by Davis, Brody & Associates with residences ranging from studio to three bedroom homes. The buildings exterior was done in an elegant red brick and each of the four towers are capped with a distinctive pyramid shaped screen that is illuminated in the evenings creating quite an elegant nighttime effect. The day and night time skyline is further enhanced with the famous Con Edison clock tower built in 1928 directly across on Irving Place which has a exquisite colonnade and Baroque-style lantern on its top and its highly illuminated clock face in vibrant colors, making this one of Manhattans’ memorable skyline views.
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.
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.
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.
Standing in front of the Tempo Condominium located at 300 East 23rd street in Gramercy Manhattan you instantly know this is a special residence. Modern and chic the lobby has soaring 25 foot high ceiling and the building’s mostly glass exterior with angled balconies gives a modern look but a warmth and vibe that’s indicative of the individual residences too. Built in 2009 with 19 floors and 98 apartments designed by renowned D’Apostrophe Design this building and its residences are dramatic and luxurious.
Gramercy Starck condominium located at 340 East 23rd Street in Gramercy Manhattan is a stunning modern addition built and designed by renowned architects Gerner Kronick + Valcarel and Philippe Starck. Built in 2008 with 21 floors and 207 residences they were fashioned to a high level of refinement and clean minimal living yet very chic and modern. Residences at the Gramercy Starck condominium feature modern designs that take full advantage of the huge dramatic walls of floor-to-ceiling glass windows. Further features include oak hardwood floors throughout, state-of-the-art multi-zone HVAC system, washer and dryer, personal storage and many of the apartments have full balconies and terraces.
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