The Brodsky Organization has released the official site for 135 East 79th Street, complete with new renderings, and it’s a limestone-and-herringbone gala.
The 32-unit, 19-story building designed by “rigorous Modernist” William Sofield consists of half-floor and full-floor apartments. The 10 available units on the project’s site range from $6.85 million for a three-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom measuring 2,753 square feet to $23 million for a five-bedroom, 5.5-bathroom measuring 5,188 square feet.
Sofield’s design makes a (tasteful) splash, with 22-foot-tall pear tree sculptures flanking the double-height arched entrance and a facade of hand-laid Indiana limestone and brick. The street-level window grilles are antiques produced by the firm behind the gates for Buckingham Palace, for that Stateside royal touch.
Amenities include concierge service, a landscaped private garden courtyard, private elevator landings, fitness center, residents’ lounge with fireplace, separate catering kitchen, bicycle storage, private storage and large private wine cellars available for purchase.
Indulge your royalist streak with these interior renderings below, courtesy of the official site: