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Thorwood Real Estate LLC, a joint venture headed by Joseph Sitt, the president and chief executive office of Thor Equities LLC, and Andrew Heiberger, the president of Buttonwood Real Estate LLC and the former founder and president of CitiHabitats, are developing a 50-unit condominium apartment project at 158 Madison Avenue between 32nd and 33rd Streets.

The project has a "T"-shaped plan and is known as Sundari Lofts & Tower and it will have a five-story, mid-block base on the avenue and a tower of about 20 stories that will front on both the side streets.

"Sundari" is a Sanskrit word for "beautiful." Ismael Leyva is the architect for the project, which will have an Asian-style lobby and a garden with a waterfall. The project will have a fitness center with a 58-foot lap pool and apartments will have ceilings of 9 feet to 10 feet eight inches, washers and dryers, free-standing Starck soaking tubs, Sub-Zero refrigerators, Miele dishwashers, mahogany floors, green onyx vanities, and Viking ranges and ovens.

Most apartments will have balconies or terraces and there will be a 24-hour concierge, keyed elevators, bicycle storage and individual storage units. Penthouse units will have outdoor hot tubs.

The mostly glass facade will have floor-to-ceiling windows

Additional Info About the Building

 
Architecture Critic Carter Horsley Since 1997, Carter B. Horsley has been the editorial director of CityRealty. He began his journalistic career at The New York Times in 1961 where he spent 26 years as a reporter specializing in real estate & architectural news. In 1987, he became the architecture critic and real estate editor of The New York Post.