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Sales will start soon for a 13-story residential condominium building at 133 West 22nd Street that will be notable for having a facade with convex and concave curves.

The curves will be to the east of the building's entrance where the facade is "straight."

Designed by Cetra-Rudy, the building will have 100 apartments and completion is anticipated for the fall of 2008.

It is being developed by the Ascend Group LLC, of which Rob Kaliner and Ben Shaoul are principles, and Magnum Real Estate Group LLC.

The building will have a 24-hour concierge and the lobby will have a curved art glass wall, stainless steel columns with rivet detail, and wenge wood walls.

Apartments will have floor-to-ceiling glass windows and ceiling heights of not less than 9 feet four inches. Kitchens are by ItalKitchen and will have black lava stone countertops.

Master baths will have Tau Corten tile walls, Blanco Dolomiti honed floors, Crestola honed stone countertops, free-standing porcelain bathub with ipe wood deck trim.

The building will have a garden with a pool and dining area and the roof terrace will have cabanas, a wet bar, a grille area and dining area seating.

The building will also have a garage and a fitness center. A rendering of the top of the building is shown at the right.

The property formerly was occupied by three vacant 4-story walk-up apartments buildings that were sold to the developers for about $29 million by Albert, Jason and Jody Laboz. The Laboz family is building SoHo Mews, a residential condominium development designed by Gwathmey Siegel at 311 West Broadway.

The Ascend Group is developing "A Building" at 425 East 13th Street, an 8-story condo project also designed by Cetra/Ruddy.
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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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