Handel Architects and Moed de Armas & Shannon revamped the 1940 building, which is located at the northeast corner of 71st Street. Pricing at the 20-story, 60-unit condo project starts at $3.825 million for a 1,330-square-foot one-bedroom. The most expensive unit on the market is a $16.5 million three-bedroom measuring 4,758 square feet.
Every home has new casement windows, solid white oak floors, large Italian marble bathrooms with heated floors and windowed kitchens with Miele stainless steel appliances and marble floors, countertops and backsplash. There are all sorts of fancy (or, as fancy people say, “gracious”) touches throughout the units, such as custom crown moldings, door trim and 4-inch milled baseboards.
Amenities include a 24-hour doorman, elevator operators, a resident manager, fitness center, children’s playroom, a garden room for entertaining, private storage and storage for bicycles and strollers.
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