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Between 61st Street & 62nd Street | Central Park West View on Map
Robert A.M. Stern designed 15 Central Park West between 61st and 62nd Streets.
15 Central Park West is comprised of two limestone towers and features 202, one- to four-bedroom residences. Units offer multi-directional views and full-floor, duplex penthouses are extremely spacious, with some ranging between 5,000 and 6,000 square feet. Kitchens have top-of-the-line appliances and bathrooms are equipped with deluxe fixtures and finishes.
Amenities at 15 Central Park West include a 24-hour doorman, a private dining room and library, a screening room and a health club and pool. Many units also have individual wine cellars.
It is near the restaurants and shops of Columbus Circle as well as Central Park and the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts.
50 Central Park South At The Southeast corner of Sixth Avenue | Midtown West View on Map
The Residences at the Ritz Carlton at 50 Central Park South are on the top 12 floors of the 33-story Ritz-Carlton Hotel building on the southeast corner at the Avenue of the Americas.
There are 11 very large condominium apartments on those floors and 259 hotel rooms beneath them in the building that was originally the St. Moritz Hotel designed by Emery Roth in 1930.
The 2002 conversion of the St. Moritz into the Ritz Carlton and the creation of the Residences were by Millennium Partners, of which Christopher Jeffries was a partner.
In 2008, Mr. Jeffries sold one of his apartments in the building for $28 million and in March, 2012 he put a duplex apartment on the 30th and 31st floors, that he had purchased in 2002 for $20 million, on the market for $77.5 million. Part of the apartment was the hotel’s former ballroom, which boasts 15-foot-high ceilings and spectacular views of Central Park.
80 Columbus Circle, between West 58th Street & West 60th Street | Central Park West View on Map
Designed by David Childs of Skidmore, Owings and Merrill and completed in 2004, the Time Warner Center is located at 80 Columbus Circle in the Upper West Side.
Much of what has drawn eager buyers is the Time Warner Center’s premier location. It offers more than geography, though, as residents enjoy elegantly designed spaces with first-rate finishes and premium appliances.
Time Warner Center amenities include a screening room, party rooms, a children's playroom, an in-house garage with valet parking, a chauffeur's lounge and access to such Mandarin Hotel conveniences as a spa, a pool, a fitness center, room service, valet service and maid's service. In addition to 198 apartments, the twin 750-foot towers house the headquarters of Time Warner, the studios of CNN, the 250-room, five-star Mandarin Oriental Hotel and the Jazz at Lincoln Center performance space.
The Time Warner Center is also occupied by a multi-story galleria with many restaurants and retailers, including Masa, Per Se, L’Occitane, Pink, Armani, Hugo Boss and Whole Foods.
151 East 58th Street, between Lexington Avenue & Third Avenue | Midtown East View on Map
One Beacon Court at 151 East 58th Street is located at the nexus of Midtown and the Upper East Side.
Its 105 condominiums are located on the 30th to 55th floors and are equipped with white, double-stacked cabinetry, modern, premium appliances and washers and dryers.
One Beacon Court amenities are run by London-based Quintessentially and include a 24-hour doorman, concierge service, a garage and valet parking. What’s more, residents have access to the Beacon Club, which is located on the 29th floor and includes a children’s playroom, a business center and a fitness and health spa. The lower floors of the tower contain offices for Bloomberg L.P.
151 East 58th Street occupies an entire city block and is bounded by Lexington and Third Avenues, and 58th and 59th Streets. Residents have easy access to Le Cirque restaurant, which is located in the tower’s lower floors, as well as public transportation. Shops and restaurants are also nearby.
212 West 18th Street, between Seventh Avenue & Eighth Avenue | Chelsea View on Map
This 24-story building tower known as Walker Tower at 212 West 18th Street betweeb Seventh and Eighth Avenues in Chelsea was converted to 50 condominium apartments in 2012.
It is named after Ralph Thomas Walker, the Art Deco-style architect whose other buildings include One Wall Street and the Barclay-Vesey Telephone Building at 140 West Street, two of Lower Manhattan’s masterpieces, and The Western Union Building at 60 Hudson Street.
The lower 8 floors in the 1929 building house a Verizon switching station with an entrance on 17th Street. The residential entrance is through a small, two-story high wing on 18th Street.
JDS Development Group and Property Markets Group undertook the conversion that was designed by Cetra/Ruddy and added four stories to the building and four thin spires atop the western end of the building, which was not an official city landmark.
JDS Development Group and Property Markets Group's recent developments include 50 North 1st Street and 202 8th Street. Other Property Markets Group projects include 823 Park Avenue, 500 West End Avenue and 171 MacDougal Street.
157 West 57th Street, between Sixth Avenue & Seventh Avenue | Midtown West View on Map
With reports of billionaires jockeying to pay record-setting prices for its trophy penthouse apartments, One57 from Extell Development is set to open this year. The 90-story building both a hotel and private residences, is currently the tallest residential tower in the Western Hemisphere.
Designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Christian de Portzamparc, the tower rises more than 1,000 feet above 57th Street just south of Central Park. The top portion of the building, which has a private entrance on 58th Street, contains 92 condominium apartments that feature interiors designed by Thomas Juul-Hansen. In the tower's lower floors is the Park Hyatt’s new U.S. flagship, a 210-room hotel slated to open sometime in 2014.
The building offers such luxury amenities as 24-hour doorman and concierge service, an indoor pool, a private fitness center, a performance room, a private dining room, a library and lounge area, a full-catering kitchen and on-site parking. Residents will also have full access to the hotel’s amenities including room, catering, and housekeeping services.
Between East 59th Street & East 60th Street | Park/Fifth Ave. to 79th St. View on Map
Completed in 2000, 515 Park Avenue has only 30 apartments on 43 floors and is the tallest building on Park Avenue in the Upper East Side.
Residences at 515 Park Avenue are designed on a grand scale: some apartments have large terraces and its designers took care to employ expert craftsmanship in such details as mahogany paneled libraries, coffered ceilings, marble and herringbone wood floors and cherry wood cabinetry. Other features include fireplaces, billiard rooms, high ceilings, granite and marble countertops, marble bathrooms and butler’s pantries.
The amenities are equally impressive: there are 15 private, climate-controlled wine cellars, 38 storage rooms, a private gym with state-of-the-art equipment, a full-time doorman, concierge, valet services, a dining room and individual staff suites on the second floor for residents’ use. There’s also a kitchen for Chef Daniel Boulud, the exclusive caterer for 515 Park Avenue.
Between Prince Street & Jersey Street | NoLiTa/Little Italy View on Map
Originally constructed in 1912, 285 Lafayette Street was subsequently converted into 31 apartments. The property also contains 30,000 square feet of retail space currently occupied by the New York Public Library and Ralph Lauren.
There are four apartments on each of its first six floors. Residences include eight penthouses with wood-burning fireplaces and have 26-foot-high ceilings. Apartments also feature hardwood flooring, polished nickel vanities, wine coolers, terraces, elaborate kitchens and master bathrooms with six-foot-long bathtubs.
285 Lafayette Street, which has a rooftop garden and an 800-square-foot lobby with a 10-foot-long white onyx countertop, is partly famous for its celebrity residents including David Bowie and his wife Iman. It is surrounded by boutiques, restaurants and excellent public transportation and is also just south of the famed Puck Building on the southeast corner of Houston Street. It also has a full-time doorman and concierge service.
15 West 63rd Street, between Central Park West & Broadway | Central Park West View on Map
The Park Laurel at 15 West 63rd Street is close both to Central Park and the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts.
Beyer Blinder Belle and Costas Kondylis designed the 41-story Park Laurel, placing residences between the 14th and 40th floors. Nearly all apartments have sweeping views of Central Park, while all are spacious, with two- to four-bedroom units available. Master baths feature Calacatta Gold marble slab floors and double sink vanities and kitchens are outfitted with stainless steel refrigerators.
The pet-friendly Park Laurel has a full-time doorman, as well as 24-hour concierge service, a health club and gym, a children’s playroom and a ground-floor room that residents can use to store bicycles and strollers. Its location also allows for easy access to Central Park, Columbus Circle and public transportation.
Between West Street & Washington Street | West Village View on Map
Designed by world-renowned starchitect Richard Meier, the 16-story 165 Charles Street overlooks the Hudson River and opened in 2005.
165 Charles Street offers two river-facing apartments per floor that feature large terraces. The 30 apartments and one penthouse were delivered fully finished, with everything from the floor plans to minor details designed by Meier himself. The floors are organized freely about an island kitchen unit. Floor-to-ceiling glass wraps each apartment and all units come with wide-plank Wenge wood floors, double-glazed windows and central air conditioning and heating.
Amenities are impressive and include a top-of-the-line fitness center with a 50-foot infinity-edge pool and a private wine cellar. Its West Village location is within close proximity to the restaurants and shops in the neighborhood.
101 West 67th Street, between Columbus Avenue & Broadway | Lincoln Center View on Map
The Millennium Tower at 101 West 67th Street is a high-rise, mixed-use building that occupies a full city block, with Broadway, Columbus Avenue and 67th and 68th Streets on its border.
The 47-story Millennium Tower is located in a prime Upper West Side location just north of the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts. It is one of the tallest structures in the area and is comprised of 282 apartments that offer generous and varied layouts. Many residences have great views of Central Park and kitchens and bathrooms are equipped with topnotch appliances and premium fixtures.
Among the Millennium Tower’s amenities are a 24-hour doorman, concierge service, central air conditioning, a health club and a pool. It is close to excellent public transportation options – including a subway station less than a block away – and there are many restaurants and shops nearby in Lincoln Square and Columbus Circle.
40 Bond Street, between Lafayette Street & The Bowery | NoHo View on Map
40 Bond Street opened in 2007 and is located in NoHo.
Designed by the renowned architectural firm Herzog & de Meuron, 40 Bond Street has 27 apartments, five townhouses and a penthouse unit – all of which feature premium appliances, modern finishes, 11-foot-high ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows and wide-planked smoked oak flooring.
Residents of 40 Bond Street, which is famous for its handsome “graffiti gate,” have full access to all of the amenities offered by the Gramercy Park Hotel, including the use of its concierge service, David Barton gyms and spa; they also enjoy priority status when making room and restaurant reservations at the hotel. Amenities at 40 Bond also include valet parking, housekeeping, room service, personal shopping and supervised childcare services.
Near excellent restaurants, bars and shops, 40 Bond Street is also close to public transportation, Greenwich Village, NoLIta and SoHo.
23 East 22nd Street, between Broadway & Park Avenue South | Flatiron/Union Square View on Map
One Madison at 23 East 22nd Street is located at the crossroads of Chelsea, Madison Square Park, Gramercy and the Flatiron District.
It is situated at the start of Madison Avenue. Its prior owners sold the building and it is now managed by the Related Companies. Residences are spacious and feature floor-to-ceiling windows that open to the surrounding cityscape. Kitchens and bathrooms have modern appliances and fixtures and many offer views of the Empire State Building and Midtown.
The building's One Club features amenities such as a private dining room with a gourmet catering kitchen, a lounge, a parlor with a billiards table, a lap pool, a spa with a glass-enclosed steam room overlooking Madison Square Park, a fitness center with yoga room and a children's playroom.
132 East 65th Street At The Southeast corner of Lexington Avenue | Lenox Hill View on Map
The handsome Touraine apartment building at 132 East 65th Street on the southeast corner of Lexington Avenue was completed in 2013 by Toll Brothers.
The 15-story building has 22 condominium apartments.
It was designed by H. Thomas O’Hara.
Between West Street & Washington Street | West Village View on Map
173 Perry Street was the first of three mid-rise residential condominium buildings facing the Hudson River designed by Richard Meier.
It and 176 Perry Street were completed in 2002 and were developed by Richard Born, Ira Drukier and Charles Blaichman.
The third tower, 165 Charles Street, just to the south of the first two, was completed in 2005 and developed by Izak Senbahar and Simon Elias.
176 Perry Street is wider than 173 Perry Street and the two very similar towers set a new design standard for mid-rise residential buildings in Manhattan.
Mr. Meier was one of the "New York Five" architects who came to prominence in the late 1960s and early 1970's and were influenced by the clean and bright lines of Le Corbusier. (The other four were Michael Grave, Peter Eisenman, the late Charles Gwathmey, and the late John Hedjuk.)