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Rendering via Beyer Blinder Belle, Photo via CityRealty Rendering via Beyer Blinder Belle, Photo via CityRealty
As we previously mentioned, The Kent, a 30-story condo development finishing construction on Manhattan's Upper East Side, will offer buyers a mix of market-rate and affordable residences. Addressed at 200 East 95th Street, the contextually-attuned tower spans most of the east side of Third Avenue between 94th and 95th Street. Sales kicked-off on the market-rate units early last year and now the building is accepting applications for its 21 affordable units geared for households not exceeding 125% of the area median income.
The full application with details can be viewed and downloaded here at Housing Partnership. In short, there will be five studio apartments priced from $356,7000 and reserved for individuals earning between $79,333 and $83,500 a year. There will be five one-bedroom units priced from $339,500 earmarked for one- and two-family households earning between $81,500 and $95,500. And lastly, there will be 11 two-bedroom units priced from $366,300 reserved for two- to four-family households earning between $93,500 and $119,250 a year. See previously released brekdown of pricing here.
The Kent-03 Income and household size breakdown via Housing Partnership
The affordable offering is made possible through the 421-A program. General preference will be given to residents of Manhattan Community Board 8 (50%), municipal employees (5%), and for people with disabilities. Applications must be postmarked by May 17, 2018, and two informational sessions will be held in April.
The Kent-034 The Kent as of late January (CityRealty)
The Kent's dignified entryway (Extell Development)
Dressed in red brick, a stone base, and dark metal accents, The Kent was designed by Beyer Blinder Belle and is molded to be reminiscent of New York City’s Art Deco movement. Its Third Avenue location, once thought by some as remote, is now just a block from the newly-opened Second Avenue Subway’s 96th Street station. Sited at the cusp of the east side’s Carnegie Hill and Yorkville neighborhood, The Kent’s vicinity lays claim to many of the city's private schools, Central Park — a mere four avenues to the west — the Asphalt Green recreational center, and Carl Schurz Park.
The building is being brought to market by the city’s most prolific high-end developer: Gary Barnett’s Extell Development. There are still a handful of market-rate condos up for grabs in the building where two-bedroom prices begin at $2.993 million, three-bedroom homes start at $4.239 million and four-bedrooms are priced from $6.261 million.
The Kent-34 The Kent's still available #12B is a 4-bedroom with an ask of $6,261,000 (Extell Marketing Group)
The residences are designed by Alexandra Champalimaud. Each of the market-rate units will have oversized windows, 15-foot ceilings, custom millwork and hardware, and a choice of either Ebonized or Brushed Oak flooring. Eat-in kitchens will come dressed in one of three different elegant color palettes: Ivory, Opal, or Onyx. They will host custom cabinetry with metal mesh accented upper glass doors, integrated Miele appliances, Sub-Zero wine storage (in most), and premium Dornbracht fittings. Master baths will feature Alexis Azul marble with Bianco Dolomiti accents, stepped ceilings, Axor designer fittings, and accessories by Patricia Urquiola.
200-East-95th-Street-04 Conceptual endering of market-rate residence
Kitchen (light option)
The Kent's amenities abound. The two-story lobby features Rosewood paneled walls, etched metal inlays, marble patterned floors, and custom chandeliers. A drawing room, perfect for entertaining and socializing, will host warm wood paneling, gold leaf ceilings, antique mirrors, a fireplace, and a marble-topped bar. The building’s indoor 55-foot heated pool area has Finnish saunas, a backlit glass sculptural wall, and teak millwork.
Other amenities will include a state-of-the-art fitness center, an interactive indoor/outdoor children’s playroom dubbed Camp Kent, and the Garden Salon, a room designed as an extension of the home with a fireplace, billiards table, library, catering kitchen, and adjacent landscaped courtyard designed by West 8 landscape architects. To top it off, a Lenny Kravitz-designed Sound Lounge will offer residents a multi-sensory retreat/studio space to practice musical instruments, screen a motion picture, perform, dance, and play video games
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