Ismael Leyva-designed The Charles in the Upper East Side has graced the market with its delightful conversation and bountiful units.
Located at 1355 First Avenue between 72nd and 73rd streets, the 30-unit, 32-story project is composed of all full-floor, four-bedroom residences. Bluerock Real Estate is the developer, and London-based David Collins Studio did the interiors.
Pricing for the eight available units ranges from $5.82 million for a 3,637-square-foot residence on the third floor to $10.26 million for a 3,600-square-foot home on the 27th floor.
Ceiling heights range from 9’5″ to 10’7″, and residences feature floor-to-ceiling windows. Apartments have white oak flooring, radiant heating, eat-in kitchens with Corian countertops, Sub-Zero and Miele appliances and marble bathrooms with waterfall-surround Kohler bathtubs.
Here’s the floorplan for condos on the third through seventh levels (You can browse the rest of the floorplans here):
And here are the layouts for the 26th to 30th floors:
Details about the duplex penthouse, nestled in the glass tower of the building: It measures 3,598 square feet, with four bedrooms, four bathrooms, a private elevator landing and a separate service entrance. All the rooms have 10’2″ ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows and North, South, East and West exposures. There’s a lower terrace measuring about 791 square feet and an upper terrace measuring about 553 square feet. And a glass staircase, because it’s fabulous.
Amenities include a concierge, doorman, gym, lounge, private storage and children’s playroom.
TOWN is marketing the building.