Rutherford Place near Gramercy Park has relaunched condo sales.
The 305 Second Avenue development overlooking Stuyvesant Square has begun sales of 78 unsold studio, one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments. Originally designed in 1902, the building was a gift to the city from J.P. Morgan and was converted to condos in 1986. Pricing for available units starts at $1.175 million for a one-bedroom measuring 834 square feet.
Most residences at the 10-story structure are duplex or triplex, with ceilings up to 17 feet and windows up to 10 feet tall. Kitchens have honed granite countertops and walnut cabinetry, while bathrooms feature white Italian porcelain tiles and grey granite floors. Some apartments have French doors and private patios.
Amenities include a full-time doorman, bicycle room, gym landscaped roof deck and available valet, laundry and maid service. The entrance and lobby are being revamped, but retain the original Carrara marble, gold leaf decorated coffered ceilings and wrought iron doors.