The project by Broad Street Development has 25 one- to six-bedroom residences, including four penthouses, four townhomes and 17 lofts. Originally built by famed architect and landscaped designer Calvert Vaux (who co-designed Central Park, no big deal), the Victorian Gothic building was expanded and reimagined into condominiums.
Rawlings Architects, interior designer Eric Cohler and landscaped architect Edmund Hollander collaborated on the lush indoor/outdoor development. Residents enter through a garden courtyard, and some units have their own private gardens or rooftop terraces.
The interiors have white oak flooring and kitchens with elm cabinetry, Calacatta gold marble countertops and appliances by Miele. The master bathrooms offer heated Carrara marble floors and Thassos marble walls. The residences emphasize indoor/outdoor living, with outdoor kitchens and fireplaces.
Availability is listed as “coming soon.” Amenities include a 24/7 concierge, gym, private storage, bicycle storage and refrigerated lobby storage.
We’ll let the renderings do the talking. First up, the living room for the lofts, complete with floor-to-ceiling windows:
Every townhome comes with a private underground garage for discreet parking and a private landscaped garden. Here’s the townhome living room:
Each penthouse features a private rooftop garden or setback terrace with landscaping. Here’s the penthouse living room, followed by THE HILLS ARE ALIVE WITH THE SOUND OF TERRACES:
Look at more renderings here.