Photo: Halstead via 100westcondos.com
The latest renovated units at 100 West 93rd Street in the Upper West Side have set sail on the market.
The handful of revamped studio to three-bedroom homes are part of the 280-unit building, formerly known as the Leader House. Constructed in the 1970s, the apartment tower was converted into condominiums in 2007.
Pricing for available new units ranges from $785,000 for a 550-square-foot one-bedroom to $1.375 million for a 974-square-foot two-bedroom.
Designed by Curated, the reimagined residences have 3″ plank white oak flooring, laundry closets with Miele washer/dryer and kitchens with natural limestone slab countertops and backsplash, custom lacquered cabinets, garbage disposal and appliances by Liebherr and Bertazzoni. Master baths feature glass shower enclosures, Duravit soaking tubs, Toto toilets and porcelain tile on the walls and floors.
Permits were filed in May 2014 for renovating approximately 10 existing apartments at the building.
Here’s the floorplan for Unit 11H, the two-bedroom asking $1.375 million. More layouts here.
Amenities include a 24-hour doorman, newly renovated lobby, 17,000-square-foot landscaped terrace, gym, lounge, on-site parking and bicycle storage.
Halstead Development Property Marketing is leading sales for the collection of refurbished residences.