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Archive Lofts (The Corcoran Group) Archive Lofts (The Corcoran Group)
Over the past few decades, downtown neighborhoods like Soho and Tribeca have become synonymous with industrial warehouses converted to luxury residences. But Archive Lofts, an art warehouse turned condominium, is located at 305 East 61st Street on the Upper East Side. Sales have just launched on the new apartments with a one-bedroom asking $1,510,000 and two-bedrooms starting at $2,050,000. Among the two-bedrooms is one of four penthouse units with private keyed elevator access and private terraces; this is listed for $3,500,000. Another penthouse is located in the building’s copper mansard roof, but has not yet come on the market.
Archive Lofts marks another collaboration between Forkosh Development Group and C3D Architecture – their other projects include Hillrose28 in Kips Bay and Theater House in Murray Hill. During the conversion to residential, Archive Lofts received a redesigned Indiana limestone facade and a new roof. This classic design stands in stark contrast to next-door neighbor The Clare, which architecture critic Carter Horsley has described as “an elegant, post-post-modern style of asymmetry and a sexy smorgasbord of thin and tall windows.”
305-East-61st-Street-01 Archive Lofts (The Corcoran Group)
Archive Lofts is located at the intersection of Midtown East and Lenox Hill to strike a balance between bustling city energy and residential tranquility. It is a short distance from the Bridgemarket Trader Joe’s and the 57th Street Whole Foods; for those who’d rather not cook, it is also near a number of popular restaurants. Central Park and designer flagships on Fifth and Madison Avenues are a few avenues west. Transportation options include the Roosevelt Island tramway and the Lexington Avenue-59th Street subway hub.
Lenox Hill condominiums The Clare (l) and Archive Lofts

↓ Archive Lofts apartments are distinguished by high barrel-vaulted ceilings, oversized windows, and 10” wide plank engineered oak floors.

Living room with barrel-vaulted ceilings and oversized windows

↓ Colorado marble islands are the centerpiece of the kitchens, which also feature Scavolini cabinetry, Signature polished nickel fixtures, and Miele appliances.

Open kitchen with center island

↓ Primary bedrooms enjoy abundant square footage and walk-in closets.

Primary bedroom with oversized windows
Walk-in closet with custom shelving

↓ From dual-vanity primary baths to powder rooms at the entrance, all bathrooms are warmed by radiant heated flooring.

Primary bath with dual vanity

↓ Many units feature private outdoor space.

Private balcony with city views

↓ Four penthouses are reached by private elevator and feature panoramic views, 12-foot ceilings, top-of-the-line finishes and appliances, and large private terraces.

Penthouse living room with terrace access and open kitchen
Penthouse's private terrace

↓ Residents arrive to a double-height attended lobby with a curated art collection.

Attended lobby
Lobby lounge

↓ Archive Lofts is located near a number of popular gyms and boutique fitness studios, but offers a fully equipped fitness center all its own.

Fitness center with cardio equipment

↓ The building is topped with a roof deck with wet bar, outdoor kitchen, and city views.

City views from the roof deck
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