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146 West 57th Street, between Sixth Avenue & Seventh Avenue | Midtown West View on Map
The bold and modern Metropolitan Tower at West 57th Street overlooks Central Park.
Apartments feature innovative layouts, with floor-to-ceiling windows that extend across two stunning walls and showcase views of Central Park.
Amenities at the Metropolitan Tower include a full-time doorman, premiere concierge service, a health club and spa with indoor swimming pool, a roof deck, housekeeping and room service, a full-service garage and a private, residents-only dining club with a terrace.
Moreover, residents enjoy coveted ease of access to Central Park, which is just two blocks to the north. A neighborhood ideal for exploration, the 57th Street thoroughfare brings world-class shops, restaurants and entertainment options right to residents’ doorsteps.
55 Vestry Street, between Washington Street & Greenwich Street | Tribeca View on Map
The Fairchild at 55 Vestry Street was constructed in 2009 but maintains the charm and character that define TriBeCa.
The pet-friendly Fairchild consists of 21 spacious loft apartments. Its developers ensured each of the residences was meticulously designed: all units feature walnut stained hardwood flooring and central air conditioning and heating, while many have 22-foot-high ceilings. Poggenpohl kitchens are equipped with top-of-the-line appliances and master bathrooms have quality fixtures and polished floors.
Amenities at the Fairchild include an attended lobby, concierge service, a refrigerated storeroom and private storage. Residents can also access all of the services the nearby Greenwich Hotel offers, including a fitness club, a spa and an indoor pool. 55 Vestry Street is close to the restaurants along Greenwich Street and the boutiques in SoHo, as well as public transportation.
650 Sixth Avenue, between West 19th Street & West 20th Street | Chelsea View on Map
Located in the heart of Chelsea, the conversion of the landmarked Cammeyer at 650 Sixth Avenue was completed in 2008. It contains 67 apartments.
There are approximately thirteen units on each floor, with three terraced penthouses on the seventh floor. Studios, one-, two- or three-bedroom units emphasize open space. Residences have ceilings that are 10 feet and higher, oversized, energy efficient windows and generous layouts. White is the prominent color in these units, from white fixtures in bathrooms to white wood flooring and white, modern appliances in kitchens.
650 Sixth Avenue amenities include a 24-hour concierge and doorman, an on-site wine cellar and a private gym with state-of-the-art equipment. Apartments also have additional storage space on the same floor. The seventh floor has a common 3,600-square-foot roof deck with stunning open city views and all services are provided by “Quintessentially Concierge Service,” a worldwide company that specializes in providing luxury amenities.
Located on the southwest corner of 20th Street and Sixth Avenue, 650 Sixth Avenue is steps from Union Square, the Flatiron District and Madison Square Park; it is also close to public transportation.
225 Lafayette Street, between Spring Street & Kenmare Street | NoLiTa/Little Italy View on Map
Spring at 225 Lafayette Street was designed by Cass Gilbert, the architect of the legendary Woolworth Building.
Africa Israel Investments converted the 14-story former East River Savings Bank Building into 40 residences and 12,000 square feet of retail space in 2004. A rooftop penthouse with a wrap-around terrace was added in the conversion. Modern residences range in size from one to three bedrooms and offer sleek and sophisticated styling that reflects the neighborhood’s fusion of fashion, design, entertainment and recreation. Apartments have high ceilings, large walk-in closets and state-of-the-art kitchens with topnotch cabinets, appliances and counters. Master baths include Kohler fixtures and deep, two-person soaking tubs.
Residents of Spring have access to such amenities as 24-hour concierge service, a private roof deck and basement storage. 225 Lafayette Street is close to the great shops, restaurants and night life in SoHo and NoHo.
60 East 55th Street, between Park Avenue & Madison Avenue | Midtown East View on Map
Some blocks in Manhattan just knock your socks off.
This short block between Madison and Park Avenues has four distinctive towers and this is the most exquisite of the lot.
It is a mixed-use tower that was designed by Kohn Pedersen Fox, one of the world's leading architects of commercial buildings. Skidmore, Owings & Merrill handled the interiors.
The building combines five stories of private club facilities, known as The Core Club, and has 76 condominium apartments including a duplex penthouse on the 44th and 45th floors with terraces.
It was one of the first residential designs to be undertaken by Kohn Pedersen Fox, which would follow it up in 2006 with its undulated glass façade design by William Pedersen for an 11-story apartment building at 122 Greenwich Avenue.
Park Avenue Place, as 60 East 55th Street is known, was developed by Davis/RFR of which Aby Rosen was a principal. Mr. Rosen, who owns Lever House and the Seagram Building, both nearby Park Avenue Place, is a partner with Hines Interests in the residential project at 122 Greenwich Avenue.
Park Avenue Place looks a little like a high-tech, stainless-steel aircraft carrier, minus its superstructure, standing on one end, which is to say that it is very elegant and has a precision feel.
As such, it is a good neighbor to Heron Tower, the slightly smaller tower just to its east that is a pleasant, conservative, pin-strip office building that lends a calming effect to an otherwise "wild" block.
Across the street from the Heron Tower is Helmut Jahn's obelisk office building, known as Park Avenue Tower, that has four slanted towers, an open pyramid roof ornament, bulbous stringcourses, and a very large plaza across from the Heron Tower.
While Jahn s design is flamboyant and colorful, it is quite tame compared with the building on the southeast corner at Madison Avenue where shards of glass façades shimmy and shake their angled way from the top down to the second floor, as if scurrying to get out of the way of the avalanche of polished red granite on the angle base of the skyscraper across the avenue at 520 Madison Avenue.
In the midst then of such slanting mayhem, Park Avenue Place introduces the stability of its traditional, set-backs, that are too shallow to diminish its quite imposing mid-block height.
The Core Club is an expensive new private club with a Tom Colicchio restaurant, a fitness center, private dining rooms and meeting spaces.
The tower occupies all of its 86 by 100 feet lot and it has a built floor-to-area-ratio (F.A.R.) of 17.38.
The offering plan of November 24, 2003 was $141,175,000.
The building has a 24-hour attended lobby with doorman and concierge, a garage, an on-premises valet, private storage lockers.
This building was initially named "de Resident" when ground was broken for it in early 2000 by Trevor Davis because of a recent trip he had made to the Netherlands.
Apartment layouts were designed by H. Thomas O'Hara and range in size from abut 446 to 2,950 square feet. Prices started at $675,000 and ascend to $9,000,000.
The kitchens have stainless steel Miele and Sub-Zero appliances, wine coolers and espresso coffee makers, with black granite counters and white-lacquer wood cabinetry. Each apartment has its own Bosch washer/dryer.
80 Riverside Boulevard, between West 63rd Street & West 64th Street | Riverside Dr./West End Ave. View on Map
Overlooking Riverside Park, the twin-towered Rushmore at 80 Riverside Boulevard is 42 stories high.
The Rushmore’s 271 apartments feature generous layouts and range from one- to five-bedroom units. Kitchens are offered in one of three different designs and are equipped with modern appliances; bathrooms have top-of-the-line fixtures and finishes.
Notable Rushmore amenities include a La Palestra Wellness Center that has a swimming pool and fitness classes, a Kidville NY-designed indoor playground, a full-time doorman, a full-service garage, concierge service and a shuttle to public transportation. The Rushmore is also close to the shops and restaurants in Columbus Circle.
310 East 53rd Street At The Southeast corner of Second Avenue | Midtown East View on Map
Located on the southeast corner at 310 East 53rd Street and Third Avenue is Three Ten, a 31-story residential tower in Turtle Bay.
The 88 apartments at Three Ten range from one- to three-bedroom units and feature oversized windows. Residences have modern touches, with standout perks like individualized lighting systems. Kitchens and bathrooms are finely crafted and equipped with topnotch appliances and fixtures, while some apartments have working fireplaces and double-height ceilings. Units are also equipped with walk-in closets, large entrance galleries and remote-controlled window shades.
Three Ten is close to public transportation options and restaurants. Retail stores like Bloomingdale’s, Saks Fifth Avenue and Zegna are also nearby. Amenities include a health club, central air conditioning, a full-time doorman, concierge service and a roof deck.
53 North Moore Street, between Hudson Street & Greenwich Street | Tribeca View on Map
This handsome, 8-story 19th Century building in TriBeCa was converted to 49 condominium apartments in 2001.
Fronting on Hudson Street between North Moore and Beach streets, this project has a loggia with an attended skylit lobby. Apartments range in size from 1,083 to 2,436 square feet and have stainless steel kitchens and stone master baths with extra large showers. Some apartments have private roof terraces and skylights. All apartments have washer and dryer units and ceilings range from 9 to 13 feet.
The building has a bicycle room, central air conditioning and a roof deck. It has no garage, no health club and no sidewalk landscaping.
The neighborhood abounds in many fine restaurants and there is good public transportation nearby.
201 West 17th Street At The Northwest corner of Seventh Avenue | Chelsea View on Map
Named after the goddess of the hearth, this handsome, 12-story building at 201 West 17th Street, is a condominium with 37 apartments and was converted from a loft building in 2001 by The Corcoran Group and Mark Blau.
The red-brick building, which is named Vesta 17, has a rusticated limestone base, double-height lobby with a glass canopy entrance, a concierge and no more than four apartments per floor, each with their own washer and dryer, large windows and high-speed Internet access. Bathrooms have limestone floors and "rainhead" shower spouts.
It has attractive retail spaces, but no sidewalk landscaping, no garage and no balconies. It is close to the Xavier School.
It has an excellent Chelsea location that has very good local shopping and numerous restaurants. It is close to both the Flatiron and West Village districts and there is good public transportation at 14th Street.
Between Vestry Street & Desbrosses Street | Tribeca View on Map
This very handsome pre-war, 7-story building in TriBeCa has been converted to a condominium with 28 apartments.
A block and a half south of Canal Street, this building has a fine TriBeCa location and an attractive red and buff brick façade with a brushed aluminum entrance marquee with a geometric-pattern limestone entrance surround. It has sidewalk landscaping and discrete air-conditioners and a pleasant lobby and green window reveals, a doorman, a roof deck, an elevator and a garage. The apartments have high ceilings and large windows.
While there is considerable traffic in the area it is convenient to many attractive restaurants and close to SoHo with its many boutiques and stores.
101 West 79th Street At The Northwest corner of Columbus Avenue | Broadway Corridor View on Map
This very handsome tower commands a splendid site overlooking, to the east, Manhattan Square and the American Museum of Natural History in the foreground, and Central Park just beyond.
More importantly, from a civic standpoint, this building significantly reinforced the upgrading of Columbus Avenue, and gave the Upper West Side and important and attractive, new (unofficial) landmark.
The tower is in context only with the great towers of Central Park West, and its site fits gracefully into the Upper West Side skyline, as seen from the east. It is also the most prominent structure on Columbus Avenue, an avenue that greatly needed such a focus north of 68th Street.
The slender 31-story spire, which was completed in 1985, has quite a complex geometry at its top, yet it is well contained and conservative. Its architect, Frank Williams, designed a somewhat similar, but taller tower, the Belaire at 524 East 72nd Street, a few years later.
The project was one of several pioneering developments undertaken by William Zeckendorf Jr., and World-Wide Realty in the early 1980's. The building has 154 condominium apartments and handsome retail space.
Belvedere Castle, which overlooks Turtle Pond and the Shakespeare in the Park Theater in Central Park, is a short walk inside Central Park from 81st Street.
There is excellent public transportation nearby and numerous restaurants and boutiques.
66 Leonard Street, between Church Street & Broadway | Tribeca View on Map
This handsome building in TriBeCa was designed by Henry J. Hardenbergh and built in 1901, several years before the architect would design the Plaza Hotel on Fifth Avenue.
It is known as the Textile Building and was converted in 1999 to 46 residential condominiums by Chessed LLC, of which Yitzchak Tessler is managing partner.
The conversion, which was designed by Karl Fischer, added a penthouse floor. Jay Valgora, a principal at the Walker Group/CNI, designed the common areas.
The building has a garden, a rooftop terrace with a children's play area, a fitness center, a bicycle room, a media room and an on-site 50-car garage with attended parking.
Apartments have fireplaces and individually controlled heating and air-conditioning.
The residential building includes displays of antique American textiles and materials associated with the textile industry. The elevator doors are embossed with a weaving machine motif.
The building is in the TriBeCa East Historic District, which was designated in 1992.
There are six representations of Caduceus, the winged staff entwined by a pair of snakes on the building's façades as well as 8 large cartouches.
In 2004, Jean-Georges Vongerichten sold his apartment in the building to Hiromi Go, a Japanese pop star, for about $3,250,000. Mr. Vongerichten had paid $2,620,000 for it in April, 2001.
Between East 36th Street & East 37th Street | Murray Hill View on Map
The 21-story 45 Park Avenue is located in Murray Hill and has 106 residences.
It is situated between 36th and 37th Streets and its large windows offer views of the cityscape. It replaced a hotel when it opened in 2006 and its ornate lobby pays tribute to its architectural forebear. Apartments have varied layouts and are spacious; kitchens and bathrooms are equipped with top-of-the-line appliances, modern cabinetry and premium fixtures.
Amenities at 45 Park Avenue include a 21-space, self-parking garage, a doorman, concierge service, a health and fitness club and a residents’ lounge with an outdoor terrace. It is also convenient to Bryant Park, the New York Public Library and Grand Central Station.
27 West 72nd Street, between Central Park West & Columbus Avenue | Central Park West View on Map
The Olcott is a handsome, 16-story, mid-block, pre-war apartment building at 27 West 72nd Street between Central Park West and Columbus Avenue.
It was erected in 1925 and 99 of its 102 rental apartments were converted to condominiums in 2005 by Brack Capital, of which Mose Dan-Azougi is a principal, and Stellar Management of which Laurence Gluck is a principal.
The building was designed by George Pelham and originally had about 227 units, of which 90 were transient, 31 were professional, three were commercial and one was a "lounge unit" on the roof. The professional units in the building are on the second through the ninth floors.
The building has 162 condominium apartments.
The building extends through the block to 24-26 West 73rd Street and it is on the same block as the famous Dakota apartment building that fronts on Central Park West.
One of the commercial units in the building is Dallas BBQ, a restaurant.
207 East 57th Street, between Second Avenue & Third Avenue | Midtown East View on Map
Place 57 at 207 East 57th Street sits at the intersection of Midtown and the Upper East Side.
Completed around 2006, Place 57 is 36 stories high and contains 68 apartments. Many units offer sweeping views of the Manhattan cityscape and Central Park, while all feature mahogany floors, walk-in closets, individual safes and washers and dryers; kitchens have modern, premium appliances and master bathrooms are outfitted with whirlpool tubs and separate shower stalls. What’s more, there are, at most, two apartments – ranging from two to three bedrooms – per floor.
Place 57 amenities include an attended lobby, a fitness center, a children’s playroom, a residents’ lounge, individual storage units and 24-hour concierge service provided by Quintessentially. 207 East 57th Street is situated between Third and Second Avenues and is near Central Park and the shops and restaurants along Madison Avenue.