Renderings via TOWN
40 East 72nd Street in the Upper East Side has initiated sales, starting from a mild $13.85 million.
Located between Park Avenue and Madison Avenue, the neo-Classical building was first constructed in 1928. The original five-story, brick and wood building has been demolished, while the brick facade with corbel carvings has been preserved and restored. All homes have private outdoor space.
The development by Axia Realty has six full-floor three-bedroom and four-bedroom residences, including a duplex maisonette. The three available apartments are priced from $13.85 million for a 3,141-square-foot three-bedroom to $14.95 million for a 3,426-square-foot maisonette.
Interiors have Park Avenue-type finishes such as solid white oak chevron-patterned flooring, private keyed elevator access, wood-burning fireplaces sculpted from white Carrara marble, en-suite bathrooms, 10’8″ ceiling heights, walk-in closets, in-unit washer/dryer and windowed eat-in kitchens with custom center island, quartzite countertops and Sub-Zero, Fisher & Paykel and Wolf appliances. Each master bathroom has a Greek marble wall, his-and-her vanities carved from Italian marble, freestanding Waterworks tub and marble herringbone-pattern flooring. French doors inside the master suite open to a juliet balcony.
TOWN Residential is handling marketing and sales at the property. The condo offering plan was approved last month.