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The Chamberlain circa July 2018 The Chamberlain circa July 2018
Architecture enthusiasts and Upper West Side residents alike have been eager to see The Chamberlain seemingly from the time FXCollaborative released the first renderings. The design pays tribute to surrounding Art Deco buildings, and interiors by Alexandra Champalimaud are graciously designed for contemporary living. Now the offering plan has been declared effective, and residences are available for immediate occupancy.
The prime Upper West Side location, impeccable design credentials, and wealth of amenities make The Chamberlain an attractive prospect to New York families of all races and creeds. However, Simon Baron Development has gone to extra lengths to make observant Jewish families feel welcome in the building: An elevator has a special mode to allow it to operate automatically on the Sabbath. Once inside, residents have the option to wire everything from the lights to security system on an individual timer. State-of-the-art kitchens come with smart appliances and the option for two dishwashers and inclusion of a hot plate.
269-West-87th-Street Details of The Chamberlain
Residents of The Chamberlain will make their homes in an architecturally appealing area. Just around the corner, the landmarked schoolhouse at 555 West End Avenue has been converted to luxury condominiums with listings starting at $7.9 million. Down the block, acclaimed firm Robert A.M. Stern Architects is hard at work on a spectacular 18-story building at 250 West 81st Street. The majority of its listings have already entered contract, and the two remaining availabilities are $3.875 million for a two-bedroom and $5.25 million for a three-bedroom.
Likewise, several listings at The Chamberlain have already entered contract. Of the remaining availabilities, three-bedrooms start at $3.5 million, four-bedrooms start at $4.39 million, and duplex townhouses start at $6.825 million. A five-bedroom penthouse with a private roof terrace is also listed for $11.995 million. CityRealty data reports that its average price of $2,069 per square foot is above the neighborhood average of $1,721 per square foot.
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