The 34-unit property, first built in 1913, got a 100-year-birthday facelift, courtesy of Handel Architects and Moed de Armas & Shannon Architects. Pricing ranges from a 2,316-square-foot three-bedroom asking $6.03 million to a 4,482-square-foot five-bedroom asking $13.5 million. The apartments will have private elevator landings, windowed eat-in kitchens with Miele appliances, Italian marble bathrooms and “well-proportioned bedrooms.”
Amenities include a fitness center, children’s playroom, 24-hour white-glove service and a multi-function room for parties, business meeting and movie viewings.
Check out the renderings and floorplans for the South and North residences, as well as the layout for the only five-bedroom currently on the market, courtesy of the official site: