Renderings via 175w95.com
Condo conversion 175 West 95th Street in the Upper West Side has put its new units on the market.
Originally built in 1971 and formerly known as The Axton, the 27-story building features 226 redesigned units off Amsterdam Avenue, according to the Corcoran listing. The available units are priced from $720,000 for a 504-square-foot studio to $1.585 million for a 949-square-foot two-bedroom. Most of the residences have private outdoor space, with views of the city skyline and Hudson River.
Interiors feature oak floors and kitchens with custom cabinetry, white quartz countertops and appliances by Liebherr, Miele and Bertazzoni. Bathrooms are fitted in stone and wood, with custom vanities and oil rubbed bronzed fixtures.
Amenities include a new lobby with 24-hour concierge, resident lounge, outdoor landscaped terrace with seating and a separate play area, gym and indoor playroom.
The Axton was first constructed as part of the Mitchell-Lama program, which provides affordable rental and cooperative housing to moderate- and middle-income families. Axton Owner LLC, an affiliate of Midtown-based Starrett Corporation, filed plans with the state in August 2013 to convert the former Mitchell-Lama building’s 229 rentals into condominiums, with a sell-out price of $231.5 million, The Real Deal reported. The condo offering plan, approved last month, has a current sell-out price of $261.1 million. The filing is a non-eviction plan, which gives protections for tenants, according to The Real Deal.
Occupancy is scheduled for 2015. Corcoran Group Marketing is handling sales at the property.
Here’s the floorplan for the $1.585 million two-bedroom (more here):