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Between Dominick Street & Broome Street | SoHo View on Map
Construction on this handsome, modern, blue-glass apartment building began in early 2005 by Metropolitan Housing Partners, the developers of a similar new project nearby at 505 Greenwich Street.
The developers' other Manhattan projects include NoLita Place at 199 Bowery, SoHo25 at 25 West Houston Street, and the Sycamore at 250 East 30th Street.
Although Holland Tunnel traffic is formidable, this area become extremely attractive because of the creation of the Hudson River Park nearby and the continued popularity of the TriBeCa neighborhood just to the south.
There is good public transportation in the vicinity as well as numerous other luxury condominium developments.
This sleek, 11-story project was designed by Handel Architects and has 64 apartments, mostly one- and two-bedroom units.
Many of the apartments have 13-by-47-foot living areas with 9-foot-eight-inch ceilings.
Three of the apartments are duplex "townhouses" with 50-foot-deep gardens.
Kitchens feature Sub-Zero refrigerators, Bosch dishwashers, Viking stainless steel ranges, custom anigre cabinetry and gray stone countertops as well as microwave ovens and wine refrigerators.
Master bathrooms have Pietra Bedonia stone floors, cherry cabinets, and extra deep Kohler soaking tubs.
The building, which is at the corner of Dominick Street, has a setback at the 9th floor.
Residents were offered membership in the Classic Car Club Manhattan and its clubhouse.
The lobby has a zinc and frosted glass concierge desk, black leather Barcelona-style chairs sit in front of a window that offers a glimpse of a very small yet serene Japanese garden, and a floor with etched glass inserts.
A rooftop terrace has an outdoor shower, jasmine bushes, Adirondack chairs and nice vistas.
130 West 19th Street, between Sixth Avenue & Seventh Avenue | Chelsea View on Map
This mid-block, 13-story apartment building at 130 West 19th Street was erected in 2005 by The Clarett Group and designed by GKV Architects.
It is known as Chelsea House.
It has 64 condominium apartments.
18 West 48th Street, between Fifth Avenue & Sixth Avenue | Midtown West View on Map
The slick, reflective-glass, mid-block tower known as The Centria at 18 West 48th Street is a 34-story residential condominium building that was a project of the J. D. Carlisle Development Corporation, which is headed by Jules Demchick.
The building, which was completed in 2006, has 152 apartments.
It is just to the east of the south end of Rockefeller Plaza.
250 East 53rd Street At The Southwest corner of Second Avenue | Midtown East View on Map
The Veneto at 250 East 53rd Street is located in Turtle Bay.
The Related Companies developed and constructed the Veneto in 2007. Its 137 units are spacious and feature large windows that allow for ample natural light and extensive city views, with one- to three-bedroom residences available. Kitchens are equipped with modern appliances and bathrooms have walnut cabinetry, stone flooring and soaking tubs.
The pet-friendly Veneto has an impressive two-story lobby and amenities include concierge service and a 24-hour doorman, central air conditioning, a fitness center, a health club and a children’s playroom. Public transportation is nearby.
2112 Broadway, between West 73rd Street & West 74th Street | Broadway Corridor View on Map
A landmark on the Upper West Side, the Apple Bank Building at 2112 Broadway has 27 apartments in its top four floors.
Residences have their own private entrance at 2112 Broadway. The building itself occupies a full block between Broadway and Amsterdam and 73rd and 74th Streets. SLCE Architects designed the units to be unique and each features its own layout. Ranging in size from 1,200 to 3,800 square feet, apartments also have ceilings between 11 and 18 feet and modern appliances.
Amenities include an attended lobby, concierge service, central air conditioning and a health and fitness club. It is near Central Park, numerous restaurants and retail shops and excellent public transportation options.
79 Laight Street, between Washington Street & West Street | Tribeca View on Map
The Sugar Warehouse at 79 Laight Street on the southwest corner of West Street in TriBeCa was built in 1853 by the Grocers Steam Sugar Refining Company and later sold to the United States Sugar Refining Company.
According to Joseph Pell Lombardi, the architect involved in this impressive project's 2002 restoration and conversion to condominium apartments, this 10-story building was one of the tallest in the city when it was built. In a March 15, 2002 article by Nadine Brozan in The New York Times, Mr. Lombardi, one of the city’s most active converters, was quoted as saying "It was tall and proud on the skyline, one of our more important buildings."
The 10-story building has 34 apartments.
It was acquired in 2000 by Alex Forkosh of Forkosh Construction and Mr. Lombardi noted that its conversion was "one of the more complex" he had ever done because its core was 10 stories tall but other parts were five or six stories.
"All the Landmarks Preservation Commission requirements were things we wanted to do anyway, like restoring the shutters and bricks and repainting the sign and street names on the sides," Mr. Lombardi was quoted in The Times article.
188 East 78th Street, between Third Avenue & Lexington Avenue | Lenox Hill View on Map
The Empire opened in 2001 and is located at 188 East 78th Street in the Upper East Side.
It is a traditionally styled, brick-clad tower that sits atop a block-long, four-story retail base stretching from 77th to 78th Streets. The Empire’s façades are adorned by columns of bay windows and bowed terraces.
Layouts in the 77 apartments are generally expansive; all are between 1,200 and 3,400 square feet and many have 11-foot ceilings. Most of the residences have two or more bedrooms, foyers, spacious formal dining rooms, crown moldings, herringbone floors, washers and dryers, marble baths and oversized closet spaces. Many enjoy terraces and several have fireplaces. Large eat-in kitchens are equipped with custom cabinets and premium appliances.
Residents have access to such amenities as concierge service, a state-of-the-art fitness center and a children’s play room. Bonus services include a pool, a roof deck and a private garden. Downstairs there are 36 storage rooms and 36 wine cellars available for purchase. The Empire also has a 25-car garage and is near to Central Park and the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
At The Northwest corner of Lenox Avenue | Harlem View on Map
This attractive 19-story residential condominium building at 111 Central Park North on the northwest corner of Lenox Avenue has 48 apartments.
It was designed by Hillier Architecture and SCLE Architects and developed by the Athena Group, which is headed by Louis M. Dubin, whose other projects have included 838 Fifth Avenue and 32 West 64th Street, both in Manhattan, and The Waverly Condominiums, in South Beach, Miami.
The blue-glass-clad building has many balconies and a 41-car garage and a 4,500-square-foot community facility and 8,721-square feet of retail space.
The tower is setback over a one-story base. It has a courtyard garden entrance with a revolving door entrance and the lobby has Pennsylvania stacked blue-stone walls.
It has a 24/7 lobby attendant, the Abigail Michaels concierge service, refrigerated food storage, a fitness center and a party room.
It is close to subways.
247 West 46th Street, between Broadway & Eighth Avenue | Midtown West View on Map
The Platinum is located at 247 West 46th Street and opened in 2008. It was designed by Costas Kondylis.
The 43-story Platinum contains 220 units that range from 600-square-foot studios to 3,500-square-foot duplex penthouses. Small or large, all apartments feature white-oak floors, zoned heating and cooling systems, full-length windows and washers and dryers. Kitchens offer custom cabinetry with etched-glass doors and modern appliances, while master baths have custom vanities, limestone walls and floors and free-standing soaking tubs.
In addition to 24-hour concierge service, residents have access to several shared spaces on the fifth floor: the bar-style Q-Lounge has a pool table and plasma-screen TV; the Spa Lounge offers a personal retreat with a water wall and other services; the Recovery Zone has full-body massage chairs and relaxing audio; and the adjoining health club has a sauna and “experiential” massage showers, as well as an indoor/outdoor yoga studio. The Platinum’s amenities also include a state-of-the-art golf simulator, a vast terrace complete with a stone fireplace for cold evenings and a misting station for hot days.
Conveniently located in the Theater District, 247 West 46th Street is close to many cultural attractions, excellent shopping and dining and public transportation.
497 Greenwich Street, between Canal Street & Spring Street | SoHo View on Map
The Greenwich Street Project at 497 Greenwich Street is a former industrial space in SoHo that was converted and expanded in 2004.
It is one of the most distinct new developments in Lower Manhattan, with a rippling glass façade and six small protruding parapet balconies. It offers residents varied floor plans and modern loft living. Apartments are spacious, with some rooms measuring longer than 30 feet. Kitchens and master bathrooms are equipped with topnotch appliances and fixtures and distinguished by impressive architectural details.
Amenities at the Greenwich Street Project include a multi-level fitness center, an endless swimming pool, a sauna, storage space, a screening and meeting room, a private garden and wine storage. It is convenient to many restaurants, retail stores, art galleries and nightlife and is close to TriBeCa.
Between East 38th Street & East 39th Street | Murray Hill View on Map
Soaring 56 floors above the city and completed in 2004, 425 Fifth Avenue was designed by Michael Graves.
It contains 81 residences on its top 27 floors and has four floors of offices, two floors of retail space and 16 floors of extended stay residences managed by the Envoy Club. 425 Fifth Avenue apartments are modern and feature wood floors, tall windows, spacious living rooms, large galleries and some terraces. Kitchens have cherry wood cabinetry, black granite countertops and topnotch stainless steel appliances. Bathrooms feature marble and Italian tiles, deep soaking tubs and glass enclosed shower stalls. Units also have panoramic views of the city, the Empire State Building, Bryant Park and the rivers.
Amenities include the Fifth Avenue Club, which has a Techno Gym Fitness Center, an indoor pool, a wraparound sun terrace, a steam room, a sauna and treatment rooms. There is also a private cinema screening room, a resident social lounge, a business and conference center, a children’s playroom and a 24-hour concierge and doorman. 425 Fifth Avenue is located close to numerous subway lines, such retail stores as Lord and Taylor and the main branch of the New York Public Library.
300 East 55th Street, between First Avenue & Second Avenue | Midtown East View on Map
The Milan is a sleek condominium tower in Midtown.
The 32-story Milan at 300 East 55th Street sits on the former site of the legendary El Morocco nightclub. It has one of the most sophisticated lobbies in the city that soars two stories and is equipped with a tranquil outdoor bamboo garden designed by Ken Smith, the landscape architect of the MOMA roof garden.
The 118 residences are sprawling, with the smallest unit well over 1,000 square feet, and feature Brazilian cherry wood floors and floor-to-ceiling windows. Spacious kitchens have modern appliances and spa-size marble bathrooms are equipped with custom teak and limestone vanities with double sinks. Apartments have high ceilings, many closets and huge walk-ins, large galleries and living rooms sized for entertaining.
The Milan has a 24-hour doorman and concierge, a fully equipped gym and a clubroom with state-of-the-art business facilities. There is also a laundry on every floor and an attended parking garage.
160 Central Park South, between Sixth Avenue & Seventh Avenue | Midtown West View on Map
The J.W. Marriott Essex House at 160 Central Park South, which includes both a hotel and apartments, is situated in a premier location overlooking Central Park.
It first opened more than 80 years ago and has undergone a series of renovations over its storied history. Apartments are spacious and feature unique layouts; most residences also have beautiful views of Central Park and the city skyline.
Residents have access to all of the luxury amenities offered to guests of the hotel, which is now operated by Marriott International. Moreover, it has a full-time doorman, concierge service and a spa and fitness center. Unit owners can also order from the hotel’s 24-hour room service and request housekeeping.
The J.W. Marriott Essex House is close to excellent public transportation, high-caliber restaurants and world-class shopping.
Between West 59th Street & West 60th Street | Lincoln Center View on Map
10 West End Avenue is a sleek, 33-story tower in the Upper West Side that opened in 2007.
Its 173 apartments offer knockout views through floor to-ceiling windows that are enhanced by 10- and 11-foot ceilings. The interiors of the three- and four-bedroom units were designed by Nick Dine; kitchens feature modern appliances and custom cabinetry with etched-glass doors; master baths have walnut vanities and top-of-the-line fixtures and finishes. Many apartments have terraces or balconies.
10 West End Avenue amenities include on-premises valet parking and a huge, 2,300-square-foot fitness center that has a separate, glass enclosed 50-foot pool designed by fitness expert Ari Teller. It is situated just north of Midtown and is near the Hudson River and shops and restaurants in the Time Warner Center.
Between York Avenue & FDR Drive | Lenox Hill View on Map
515 East 72nd Street offers impressive amenities in an environment billed as New York City’s first spa-inspired residence.
The eco-friendly residences were designed by Bonnetti/Kozerski. Units are designed with natural materials such as hand-finished, sustainable American black walnut floors, private terraces and oversized windows. Textured sandstone and limestone bathrooms have double sinks, soaking tubs and glass shower stalls with rain shower heads. Kitchens have clean lines and warm colors with handcrafted walnut cabinetry, topnotch appliances and bacteria resistant countertops. All apartments and public spaces in the building have HEPA air filters, while hallways have natural fiber carpets.
Amenities include a full-time doorman and concierge. The building's spa has a competition-sized saltwater indoor pool, state-of-the-art fitness equipment, a basketball court, signature Challenge courses and spa services. There are classes, cooking demonstrations, children’s activities and a Creative Arts studio.
Overlooking the East River, the 41-story brick tower has a large private with close to a half-acre of trees and lawns, a 40,000-square-foot amenity center and panoramic views of bridges, the river, and the city.