Back in May, developer Ian Bruce Eichner was set to raise a champagne flute-shaped condo at East 22nd Street, near the Flatiron Building, the Wall Street Journal reported.
Now, permits have surfaced for the 58-story, 81-unit tower at 41 East 22nd Street, which will rise 718 feet between Broadway and Park Avenue South. Eichner reportedly spent more than $100 million for the land and air rights.
The 372,000-square-foot project will have private storage, a gym, amenity space on the 47th floor and will be capped by a triplex penthouse on the 56th through 58th floors, according to this plan exam application filed August 8th.
The development, designed by Kohn Pedersen Fox Associations, would be just 50 feet wide at the base but would widen near the top like a champagne flute, according to a rendering reviewed by the Journal. The site is currently home to an Indian restaurant.