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177 Ninth Avenue, between West 20th Street & West 21st Street | Chelsea View on Map
This 7-story residential condop building was completed in 2010 at the east end of the "Close" at the General Theological Seminary that occupies the block bounded by Ninth and Tenth avenues and 20th and 21st streets and is one of most important landmarks in Chelsea. The "Close" is the large, center lawn at the complex.
The building, which is located at 177 Ninth Avenue, was built by the Brodsky Organization and designed by Polshek Partnership Architects.
It contains 53 apartments.
Between West 19th Street & West 20th Street | Chelsea View on Map
Designed by renowned architect Jean Nouvel, 100 Eleventh Avenue stands out even in architecturally diverse Chelsea.
It contains 72 apartments that were carefully crafted by Nouvel, with studios and one- to four-bedroom units occupying the 21 floors. Residences range from 890 to 4,675 square feet and feature specially designed windows that frame the surrounding cityscape. Floor-to-ceiling windows allow for ample natural light and kitchens and bathrooms feature custom terrazzo islands and touch sensor fixtures.
Residents of 100 Eleventh Avenue also have access to such amenities as a concierge and full-time doorman, a fitness center, a private screening room and valet parking services. Situated between 19th and 20th Streets, it is in located close to the Chelsea Piers entertainment complex and the elevated Highline Park. Restaurants and shops are also nearby.
450 West 17th Street, between Ninth Avenue & Tenth Avenue | Chelsea View on Map
Opened in 2008, the Caledonia is located in Chelsea at 450 West 17th Street, the former site of the Chelsea Garden Center.
Residents in the Caledonia - which also contain rental units - share a common lobby, although separate elevators whisk them to their respective wings of the development. Apartments have bamboo plank flooring, kitchens with modern, premium appliances and tiled bathrooms with custom fixtures; there are also more than 180 floor plans available.
Amenities include an Equinox fitness center with a kid’s club, a sundeck, a pet space, a children’s playroom, bicycle storage, a garage, a 24-hour doorman, concierge service and an entertainment lounge. 450 West 17th Street is also located near the High Line park, shops in the Meatpacking District and art galleries and restaurants in Chelsea and the West Village.
140 East 63rd Street At The Southeast corner of Lexington Avenue | Lenox Hill View on Map
Barbizon 63 is located at 140 East 63rd Street on the Upper East Side.
It first opened as a residential house for women in 1927 and was subsequently converted into apartments in 2005. Barbizon 63 – formerly known as the Barbizon Hotel for Women – contains 65 residences that range from one-bedroom condominiums to duplex penthouse units, with the latter offering residents more than 5,300 square feet of living space. Apartments feature rosewood floors, crown moldings and French casement windows; some units boast private outdoor space.
Residents have access to a wide array of amenities including the Club Salon, a private dining and reception area with a library and a 20-seat screening room. Barbizon 63 also has a 24-hour doorman and a private shopping partnership with Bergdorf Goodman.
It is situated between Third and Lexington Avenues and is close to the many shops and restaurants in the Upper East Side. Liza Minnelli, Joan Crawford and Sylvia Plath are among the famous personalities who have resided at 140 East 63rd Street.
43 West 64th Street, between Central Park West & Broadway | Central Park West View on Map
This attractive condominium project is a residential expansion of the former Liberty Storage Warehouse that for about a century sported a 37-foot-high, copper statue closely modeled on the Statue of Liberty.
Although the warehouse was in mid-block its statue atop the center of its roofline on the sidestreet was visible from the plaza at the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts across Broadway.
The warehouse, which was originally erected in 1891, was eight stories and the Athena Group has added four floors to it and reclad it in 2003 to create 32 loft-style condominium apartments ranging in size from 1,600 to 6,151 square feet and initially priced at about $1,500,000 to $10,200,000.
Loft-style residences are not common on the Upper East and Upper West Sides and the Lincoln Center area is one of the city's most popular with many restaurants and stores and plenty of culture. O'Neal's Restaurant is a retail tenant in this building.
This building is tucked away just to the east of a new apartment tower known as the Grand Tier at 1930 Broadway. Both light-colored buildings complement each other and both were designed by Costas Kondylis.
Among the initial residents of this building were Gretchen Carlson, host of the CBS Early Show on Saturday, her husband, Casey Close, head of the baseball division of the International Management Group, the daughter of Barry Schwartz, former owner of Calvin Klein and chairman of the New York Racing Association, and the daughter of Sol Kerzner, the owner of the Ocean Club in the Bahamas and the Atlantis chain of tropical resorts.
In February, 2002, the Liberty statue was removed by the building arts committee and is now in the collection of the Brooklyn Museum of Art.
In his book, "New York: A Serendipiter s Journey," (Harper & Brothers, 1961), Gay Talese wrote that the statue had been installed in 1902 by William H. Flattau, an immigrant warehouse owner, and that it had a circular interior stairway but access for the public was closed in 1912. It was cast in Akron, Ohio.
The Athena Group is headed by Louis Dubin and has also converted and expanded the building at 838 Fifth Avenue into luxury condominiums.
92 Laight Street, between West Street & Washington Street | Tribeca View on Map
River Lofts is comprised of a newly constructed 13-story tower on Laight Street and an impeccably restored Romanesque Revival loft warehouse on Washington Street.
The Washington Street building has 30 lofts and 92 Laight Street contains 38 residences. Apartments range in size from 1,100 to 3,900 square feet.
Lofts feature oversized, triple-glazed windows, 10-foot ceilings, integrated sound systems, high-speed wiring and cable, central air conditioning and walnut hardwood floors. Spacious master bedroom suites have dressing rooms and limestone spa bathrooms; eat-in-kitchens have custom cabinetry and premium appliances. Separate laundry rooms are equipped with ample storage space and double washers and dryers.
River Lofts has a courtyard, a fitness center, a bike room, storage rooms and a parking garage with direct elevator access. Its TriBeCa location across West Street from the Hudson River Park is near many restaurants, cafes and boutiques.
311 West Broadway, between Grand Street & Canal Street | SoHo View on Map
The SoHo Mews at 311 West Broadway is made up of two residences – one facing West Broadway and the other overlooking Wooster Street – that are separated by a private landscaped garden.
The 67 apartments include lofts, penthouses and private entry townhouses that feature large windows, high ceilings and wide-plane oak flooring. Custom kitchens have unique cabinetry and smoked matte glass, topnotch appliances and granite countertops. Bathrooms are equipped with double vanities and white marble floors and walls.
Amenities at the SoHo Mews include a 24-hour doorman, attended parking and a Drive 495-managed fitness center. 311 West Broadway is across the street from the SoHo Grand Hotel and is easily accessible to excellent public transportation, retail stores and many restaurants and cafes. TriBeCa, NoLiTa and the West Village are also nearby.
Between Lafayette Street & Bowery Street | NoHo View on Map
25 Bond Street is located on a cobblestone street in NoHo .
It contains only nine apartments with expansive entertaining spaces, high ceilings, oversized windows, spacious master bedrooms and multiple fireplaces. Somes unit have chefs’ kitchens designed by Balthaup with double appliances and large, walk-in pantries; master bathrooms have soaking tubs and separate shower stalls.
Amenities at 25 Bond Street are impressive as apartments have at least two parking spaces. Residents are also offered access to an attended lobby, 24-hour concierge service, a garden with outdoor grilling, a caterer’s kitchen, individual lobby storage spaces and bronze-door elevators that directly open to each unit.
It is situated on a great street in a premier downtown location and is close to public transportation and the restaurants and shops in NoHo, SoHo and NoLIta.
2211 Broadway, between West 78th Street & West 79th Street | Riverside Dr./West End Ave. View on Map
Occupying a full-block on the Upper West Side, the Apthorp at 2211 Broadway is a historic landmark containing more than 160 residences.
Designed in 1908, the Apthorp is situated between 78th and West 79th Streets. It does not have private balconies, but it is distinguished by a beautifully landscaped center courtyard. The Apthorp has four lobbies – all of which are accessible from its courtyard – leading to opulent residences that have been carefully restored and renovated.
Amenities at the Apthorp include a full-service garage, a private roof deck, a landscaped garden, a doorman in each of the 4 lobbies and a resident manager. It is located near Riverside Park, which runs along the Hudson River and has jogging and biking paths. It is also convenient to many shops and restaurants. A subway station is less than a block away and residents can easily hail a cab on Broadway or West End Avenue, allowing for quick access to either uptown or downtown.
Between East 85th Street & East 86th Street | Carnegie Hill View on Map
1049 Fifth Avenue merges an opulent pre-war style with state-of-the art finishes and technology.
It recently underwent an interior gut renovation that included substantial soundproofing between floors and apartments. With only 54 condominium residences on 23 floors, there are no more than three units per floor, with one floor designated for smaller staff apartments.
Residences are sprawling, averaging over 2,000 square feet. There are libraries with raised panel walls, coffered ceilings, Chicago windows with hand-operated panels, solid core raised panel doors, crown moldings and hand-laid rosewood herringbone patterned floors with ebony borders. Marble bathrooms have cherry wood raised panel cabinetry, double sink vanities and deep soaking tubs. Eat-in kitchens have top-of-the-line appliances, white marble and polished gray granite floors, full-size washers and dryers and butler’s pantries with warming ovens. Many residences have multiple terraces offering some of the best views in Manhattan of Central Park and the city.
It has a full-time doorman and concierge, private storage, attended elevators, a bicycle room and refrigerator storage for deliveries.
1965 Broadway, between West 66th Street & West 67th Street | Lincoln Center View on Map
The Grand Millennium at 1965 Broadway is located in Lincoln Center and was completed in 1996.
Apartments are large and have oversized, floor-to-ceiling windows with dazzling views over Lincoln Center. They have hardwood floors and distinctive architectural details; gourmet kitchens are designed with granite countertops and floors and are fitted with premium appliances. Master bathrooms are appointed in opulent marble with deep soaking tubs and separate showers and all units offer ample closet space – including walk-in closets – central air conditioning and washers and dryers.
The Grand Millennium’s amenities include a 24-hour doorman, concierge and valet service, resident storage and preferential access to the Reebok Sports Club located across the street. The surrounding neighborhood is lively and is home to many shops, restaurants and entertainment options, with Pottery Barn and Brooks Brothers nearby. Restaurants range from fine dining to casual, and there is a large Whole Foods supermarket located just blocks away at Columbus Circle.
Between West Street & Greenwich Street | Tribeca View on Map
Designed by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, 101 Warren Street was completed in 2008 and occupies nearly an entire city block at the southern tip of TriBeCa.
The 35-story 101 Warren Street has 227 residences and 163 rental units. It offers five different types of apartments – ranging from one- to five-bedroom residences – that feature floor-to-ceiling windows offering spectacular city views. Units are a mix of simplexes and duplexes, some of which have double-height outdoor spaces.
Services and amenities include a fitness center and spa, attended parking and indoor and outdoor children’s play areas. 101 Warren Street also has a board room with screening area and a Bloomberg Financial Lounge. Its TriBeCa location is close to notable restaurants, boutiques and excellent public transportation options, including the Chambers Street subway station.
255 East 74th Street At The Northwest corner of Second Avenue | Lenox Hill View on Map
Casa 74 is a 30-story, residential condominium building at 255 East 74th Street on the northwest corner of Second Avenue.
It has been developed by the World-Wide Holdings Corporation.
H3 Architects, of which Hugh Hardy is a principal, and SLCE Architects designed the building, which has 87 apartments.
Coffiner Ku Design did the interior design.
It was completed in 2009.
Victor Elmaleh, a well-known artist and squash player, is chairman of World-Wide, which involved in the development of another residential project on the southwest corner of Second Avenue and 57th Street, has in recent years been involved in numerous residential conversion projects including the Steiner Building in Chelsea and 50 Murray Street, 53 Park Place, 88 Greenwich Street and 71 Broadway in Lower Manhattan and 137 Reade Street in TriBeCa.
123 Washington Street, between Albany Street & Carlisle Street | Financial District View on Map
The Residences at the W New York Downtown span the 23rd to 56th floors at 123 Washington Street, which also houses a W Hotel.
Situated in Lower Manhattan, the W New York Downtown contains 223 units that range from 400 to 1,175 square feet. Residences are spacious and modern, with oversized windows that allow for expansive views of the city skyline. Open kitchens have Italian white lacquer cabinetry and premium appliances.
W Downtown residents have access to 24-hour concierge service, housekeeping, a SWEAT fitness center, a media room and a private, residents-only rooftop terrace. Owners also have preferred dining reservations at the hotel’s Living Lounge and the BLT Bar & Grill Restaurant.
Public transportation and Wall Street are nearby.
520 West 19th Street, between Tenth Avenue & Eleventh Avenue | Chelsea View on Map
520 West 19th Street is situated in Chelsea and is one of the newest residential developments in the downtown neighborhood.
Located between Tenth and Eleventh Avenues, 520 West 19th Street has 26, two- to five-bedroom units. The two, five-bedroom residences are duplex penthouses, each with more than 4,000 square feet of living space. All units are spacious: the smallest two-bedroom apartments are between 1,460 and 1,582 square feet. Kitchens and bathrooms are outfitted with premium appliances and quality fixtures. Units also feature large windows and detailed architectural touches.
520 West 19th Street amenities include a 24-hour doorman, concierge service, a fitness center and basement storage. Its mid-block location is near the High Line park and many art galleries.