1 Seventh Avenue South, between Carimine Street & Clarkson
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- 2007Year Built
This rakishly angled 6-story building at 1 Seventh Avenue South is at the intersection of the avenue with Carmine and Clarkson Streets where it has a sharply angled corner that is highlighted by floor-to-ceiling windows on both sides of the 45 degree end of the building.
The façade of the building is faced with manganese ironspeck brick.
Rogers Marvel Architects has designed the building, which has only 4 apartments, which was scheduled for completion in September, 2007.
REcap Partners is the developer.
Apartments have 10-foot ceilings, Juliet balconies with integrated planter systems and retractable stainless steel seats, built-in roller shade system for the windows, a video security system, maple floors, Poliform Varenna graffite laminate kitchens with Sub-Zero refrigerators, Miele ovens and dishwashers, and Bosch washers/dryers.
The building has bicycle storage and central heating and air-conditioning.
Bathrooms have TOTO Acquia dual flush toilets, white Thassos countertops, black slate and mantra White lotus tile by Walker Zanger, Axor Citterio fixtures, and recessed overhead ambient lighting.
The lobby has thin waffle grates, black slate and stainless steel walls.
Features & Amenities
- Post War
- Central AC
- Washer/Dryer in building
- Striking, angled building
- One apartment per floor
- Video security system
- Bicycle storage
- 10-foot ceilings
- Floor-to-ceiling windows
- Varenna kitchens
- Sub-Zero refrigerators
- Miele ovens and dishwashers
- Bosch washers and dryers
- Dramatic lobby
- Juliet balconies with planters
- No sidewalk landscaping
- No fireplaces
- No doorman
- No garage