DHA Capital’s garage-to-condo conversion was designed by CetraRuddy. The 1930 building, which originally had eight floors, was reclad in “burnished orange-red Roman brick” and got a four-story glass topper.
The project has one residence per floor, with pricing starting at $7.5 million for a three-bedroom measuring 2,816 square feet. The most expensive unit is the 5,704-square-foot triplex penthouse, asking $28.5 million.
The great rooms extend across the whole 67 feet of building frontage, with four bays of windows for natural light. The kitchens each have central islands with two Miele dishwashers and an ice machine, as well as dual electric ovens and a full-height Gaggenau 70-bottle wine cooler.
The mid-century Modernism-inspired master baths are lined with Zebra gray honed Italian limestone flooring and marble slab walls, punctuated by freestanding 6-foot soaking tubs. The showers and toilets are each enclosed by floor-to-ceiling tempered glass.
But let’s talk about that four-bedroom penthouse, which the official site describes as “an atelier of light.” The three levels are connected by a wood-and-glass open stair, and there are two terraces on different stories. The $28.5 million package also comes with a formal dining room, a family room, private elevator and sauna. Here’s a rendering of the penthouse’s couture stairway:
Amenities include a 24-hour concierge, fitness room, private storage, daily hand-delivered mail, bicycle storage and fully automated private parking. Every residence has its own private vehicle space, complete with robotic parking system that will fetch your ride at the first-floor entrance and lift it to the second-floor garage. Residences will be able to pick up their cars at the touch of a button or smartphone.