Toll Brothers City Living has announced that 400 Park Avenue South, its 40-story hybrid rental/condominium designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Christian de Portzamparc, is now 50 percent sold.
Model residences were also unveiled at the NoMad building, adding another layer of charm to a residence that already boasts an eye-catching glass facade, world-class amenities and impressive 360 degree views of Manhattan.
“400 Park Avenue South offers buyers the chance to live in a true work of art with inspiring city views,” said David Von Spreckelsen, the New York Division President of Toll Brothers City Living. “The homes offer a fabulous lifestyle with unique and spectacular spaces, fantastic amenities and immediate access to some of the finest retail, dining and activities in New York City.”
With modern interiors designed by Stephen Alton, the model homes at 400 Park Avenue South are three-bedroom apartments with sweeping views, listed on the market at $4,899,990 and $5,999,990. Residences feature gorgeous open floor plans, floor-to-ceiling windows, white oak floors and remarkable river and city views.
The public spaces at 400 Park Avenue South are especially appealing to those with an artistic eye, because they feature a privately curated collection of artwork, including a 12-foot-long watercolor by artist Orly Genger in the lobby.
400 Park Avenue South offers 365 residences, ranging from studios to four bedrooms. Prices begin at $1.5 million. Amenities include round-the-clock concierge services, a massive fitness center with a yoga room and indoor lap pool with Jacuzzi, steam room and sauna, as well as a residents’ lounge, screening room, golf simulator and children’s playroom. A sky lounge on the building’s 27th floor features excellent views of the city.
The building recently hosted John D’Agostino’s “Empire of Glass” exhibit.