We’re doing a sales check on Upper West Side condo conversion Mirabeau at 165 West 91st Street.
After launching in June, the 16-story, brick and limestone development by A&E Real Estate has sold 19 of its 96 apartments. Pricing started at $815,000 for a 749-square-foot one-bedroom, which you can’t have because it’s in contract.
The 1926 building, redesigned by Kinlin Rutherfurd Architects, consists of one- to five-bedroom residences with central air conditioning, new double-thickness thermal pane windows, new solid oak basket weave flooring, nine-foot ceilings and in-unit washer/dryer. The kitchens come with polished glass countertops and appliances by Miele, Bertazzoni, Fisher & Paykel and Bosch. Bathrooms are done up in milk glass wall tiles, with Travertine countertops and Duravit water closets.
Amenities include a 24-hour doorman, landscaped roof deck, fitness room, children’s playroom and bicycle room. Oh, and the lobby tastefully flaunts its original polished marble floor, Venetian plaster walls and vintage-style walnut detailing, if you’re into that.
Also, have some new images from the official site, which features cheeky all-caps imperatives such as “EMBRACE TRADITION. ENJOY PERFECTION” and “SLEEP WITH HISTORY. WAKE TO MODERNITY.” We see what you did there.