“Pre-War, Post-Modern” condo conversion Mirabeau is landing at 165 West 91st Street in the Upper West Side.
The whimsically named 96-unit, 16-floor brick and limestone development offers one- to five-bedroom residences. Kinlin Rutherfurd Architects redesigned the 1926 building; available units range from a 749-square-foot one-bedroom asking $815,000 to a 2,196-square-foot four-bedroom asking $3.8 million.
Apartments have new solid oak basket-weave floors, central air-conditioning, in-unit washer/dryer, new windows and chef kitchens with appliances by Miele, Bertazzoni, Fisher & Paykel and Bosch. The marble lobby has been restored and has a 24-hour doorman. Amenities include a landscaped roof deck, fitness room, children’s playroom and bicycle room.
Occupancy is slated for Fall 2013. Corcoran is handling marketing at the property. The building, formerly a rental, was sold by Hirth Real Estate Entities for $69.9 million last spring, The Real Deal reported.
According to the jaunty teaser site, Mirabeau is prime nesting grounds for “The New Traditionalists” who “adore classics,” “are obsessed with quality,” “choose time-tested design” and “live this-minute lifestyles.” Does this adorable paradox sound like you? Check the interior pictures below: