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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.
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.
This 13-story apartment building was designed by Pickering and Walker in 1912 and closely resembles the larger 829 Park Avenue apartment building that had been erected the year before. It originally had 12 duplex units and according to a July 4, 1993 article in The New York Times by Christopher Gray each has "a library, living room and dining room across the front, a kitchen and three servants’ rooms in the middle and four master bedrooms in the rear in the upper part of the duplex." "Interior photographs show a 55-foot sweep from the dining room through to the library, and kitchens with dinosaur-sized appliances," the article continued, added, however, that "in 1940 the shareholders gave the building back to the principal lender, the Dry Dock Savings Bank, and the building was emptied."
The Heritage at Trump Place was built in 2005 and consists of 150 apartments. This building is well known for the fact that it offers magnificent views of the Hudson River as well as Riverside Park. The building is situated on the northernmost part of Trump’s redevelopment project that covers 75 acres of land in the Riverside South development. As has come to be expected from Trump, there is only luxury within the condominiums.
The Park Laurel built in 2000 was designed by Beyer Blinder Belle and Costas Kondylis as a refined red brick 41-story condominium. Beginning on the 14th floor, The Park Laurel Condominium is home to 53 exceptional luxury residences that range in size from two to four bedrooms. The units seamlessly blend comfort, luxury and elegance in one of the most sought-after locations in Manhattan, steps from the coveted Central Park and Central Park West.
Built in 1927, the Sherry Netherland Hotel is a mix of elegance and romance. Designed by architect Schultz & Weaver, it is truly recognizable by its elaborate minaret, reminiscent of a French chateau. This 38-story building is home to 165 cooperative residences, which were converted in 1954. Apartments range in size from one- to seven-bedrooms. Units contain both classic and modern touches.
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.
Setai Fifth Avenue is a combination of five-star hotel/luxury condominium. Designed by Gwathmey Siegel, the building rises 60 stories high into the New York City skyline. The top of the building looks like a crown, which is illuminated at night. The first 26 floors of the building are for hotel guests and the remaining 34 stories are full of luxury apartments, including three penthouse suites.
Built in 1927, this 16-story red brick building makes luxury a priority. Designed by Schwartz & Gross, it was originally the Mark Hotel; however, it was closed for two years for renovations and re-opened in 2008. While the lower floors remain a hotel, the building now contains 118 hotel rooms and 42 apartments. Units range in size from one to six 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.
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