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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.
Casa 74, at 255 East 74th Street, is a new condominium building located on Manhattan's Upper East Side, offering luxury apartments for sale. This striking, 30-story residential tower draws in spectacular New York City views and has units ranging from large one-bedrooms to 3,500-square-foot, five-bedroom family apartments.
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 Avery condominium located at 100 Riverside Boulevard was built in 2007 in Manhattan’s highly sought after area of Riverside Boulevard in the Upper West Side. The Avery condominium is a 32-story post-war high-rise building that was designed by Costas Kondylis with a high level of exquisite building finishes materials and amenities that overlook the Hudson River and provides spectacular views of the Manhattan skyline, Hudson River and the setting Sun. The building contains 274 apartments, which range from one to four bedrooms. Each unit combines marble, granite, porcelain and glass to create a luxurious and contemporary feel.
Bristol Plaza is unique in that it models residents as “long-term visitors,” who are having extended stays in New York City. The leases comprise a minimum 30-day stay: they may begin on any day of the month and can be extended on a daily, weekly or monthly basis thereafter. Reservations may be made in the name of a corporation or individual.
165 Charles Street is an architectural marvel of New York City. Completed in 2005 and designed by Richard Meier, this 16-story building’s sleek and luminous presence of glass and white metal along the Hudson River is a perfect blend of art and architecture. The building contains 31 luxury residences that are the embodiment of quality and attention to detail.
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.
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.
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.
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