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The 30-story apartment building at 300 East 64th Street at Second Avenue that was erected as a rental by RFR, of which Aby Rosen was President in 1996 has been converted to a condominium building by 300 East 64th St. Partners LLC, of which Mr. Rosen is a partner.

The building has 103 apartments.

SLCE was the architect.

The building, which has many a 24-hour doorman/concierge and corner windows, has a landscaped roof deck and apartments range in size from studios to three-bedroom units. The orange-brick-clad tower is set back on a four-story base.

Its Circle Club has a fitness center, a sauna and treatment room and a separate lounge with wet bar, flat-screen television and game tables. The building also has a children's playroom and a bicycle room.

Kitchens have stainless steel refrigerators by Liebherr, Bosch stainless steel ovens and cooktops and dishwashers and Grohe single-lever sink faucets as well as black pearl granite countertops with opera glass backspashes.

Bathrooms have walnut vanities and ToTo commodes and Robern cabinets with side light fixtures. Many units have deep soaking tubs and separable marble-clad stall showers.

Studios with about 470 square feet are priced at about $640,000. One-bedroom units with 633 to 857 square feet are priced from about $880,000 to $1,220,000. One-bedroom units with two baths and 976 square feet are priced from $1,330,000 to $1,360,000. Two-bedroom, two bath units with 1,044 to 1,230 square feet are priced at $1,485,000 to $1,975,000. A three-bedroom, three-bath apartment with 1,431 square feet is priced at $2,255,000.
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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.
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