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All renderings of The Marbury via Greystone Development All renderings of The Marbury via Greystone Development
Those who wish to live in a New York City landmark would be well advised to look to the Central Park West Historic District. The Dakota was an early standard-bearer, and The Ansonia was not far behind. Most recently, The Marbury was transformed from a Beaux Arts hotel to a luxury condominium. As the conversion winds down, sales have launched on the newly created apartments.
A joint venture between Greystone Development and Prime Rok Real Estate was at the helm of the residential conversion. Barry Rice Architects restored the building’s historic façade, which dates back to 1901, and created a new south-facing, chevron-shaped rear exterior inspired by European courtyards and historic Upper West Side buildings. Local preservation groups spoke highly of the changes, and the Landmarks Preservation Commission was unanimously in favor of the project.
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All 14 units feature interiors by Maureen McDermott of Winter McDermott Designs, and combine contemporary finishes with Old World details like high ceilings and oversized windows. Kitchens come outfitted with state-of-the-art appliances and beautifully designed storage. Marble master baths are finished with heated flooring, custom vanities, and Waterworks fixtures. Select units have private balconies.
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Building amenities were also designed by Winter McDermott Designs and include a private courtyard, state-of-the-art fitness center, lounge with wine storage and kitchenette, and private dining room that can double as a billiards room. However, The Marbury’s greatest asset may be its location in the heart of the Upper West Side. The building is located between Central and Riverside Parks, down the street from the American Museum of Natural History, and right across the street from Levain Bakery. Additional attractions include Beacon Theatre, Broadway shopping, prime public transportation, and Fairway’s flagship store.
An accepted offering plan for The Marbury lists a $60.56 million sellout. Four apartments are currently on the market and start at $2.85 million for one-bedrooms, $3.94 million for two-bedrooms, and $4.65 million for three-bedrooms. A three-bedroom duplex penthouse with private roof terraces is also listed for $6.45 million.
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