Renderings via thechatsworth.com
The website for HFZ Capital’s The Chatsworth has un-teased itself, revealing renderings and floorplans for the Upper West Side rental-to-coop conversion.
Located at 344 West 72nd Street, the 1904 Beaux Arts building was purchased by HFZ in December 2012 for the princely sum of $150 million. The approximately 81 reworked units range from one- to five-bedrooms, with pricing from $1.995 million.
Interior design firm Pembrooke & Ives reimagined the apartments. No two residences are alike, according to the official site.
Interiors have high-coffered ceilings, oak herringbone floors, new crown moldings, open floor plans and pale grey marble kitchens with appliances by Wolf, Miele and Gaggenau. Each master bathroom has Italian marble lacquer cabinets and a freestanding soaking tub. Select residences come with views of Riverside Park and the Hudson River.
The lobby features restored skylights, original hand-carved walnut paneling, Italian chandeliers and stained white oak herringbone floors. Other amenities include a children’s playroom and game room with private screening room.
Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group is handling sales. Occupancy is expected for this summer.
Sample floorplans below (more here), starting with Residence 802, a two-bedroom measuring 2,140 square feet:
Residence 403 is a three-bedroom measuring 2,440 square feet:
Residence 1008 is a four-bedroom measuring 2,928 square feet: