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The Treadwell (DBOX) The Treadwell (DBOX)
Listings have just gone live at The Treadwell, a new 28-story condominium located just outside the Treadwell Farms Historic District at 249 East 62nd Street. The first availabilities start at $1,700,000 for one-bedrooms, $2,350,000 for two-bedrooms, and $3,950,000 for three-bedrooms. The 66 units also include The Flats, four floor-through three-bedroom residences within a townhouse-inspired five-building connected to the main condominium, but none of these have come on the market yet. Move-ins are expected to begin later this year.
Entrance to 249 East 62nd Street

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The Treadwell, 249 East 62nd Street
The Treadwell, 249 East 62nd Street Lenox Hill
Plans for a new condominium on the site date back to 2016, when a skyscraper designed by Rafael Viñoly was proposed. After renderings of a building featuring a hollow octagonal core were revealed, some locals came out against the “building on stilts.” However, this particular project was ultimately halted between fire safety concerns and the closing of the mechanical void loophole that would have allowed for this building’s soaring height.

The most recent renderings show an Art Deco-inspired design by INC Architecture & Design, a bronze and terra cotta facade, and a base that appears in harmony with its low-rise, historic neighbors while allowing for the soaring height and private terraces the modern buyer appreciates.
Attended lobby
Along with access to a gracious collection of wellness and social amenities, residents of The Treadwell will receive complimentary one-year memberships to Sollis Health and Omacasa. Described as “an ER that treats you like a VIP,” concierge medicine group Sollis Health offers everything from 24-hour urgent care to in-home treatment to expert care coordination; highly appropriate for a building located near some of the city's top medical institutions like Lenox Hill Hospital, Hospital for Special Surgery, New York Presbyterian-Weill Cornell Medical Center, and Rockefeller University Hospital.

Medical care would appear to be the only thing Omacasa does not provide: The hospitality firm sources and curates a collection of the finest sommeliers, chefs, fitness instructors, artists, fashion designers, and other cultural professionals in the city to create unforgettable experiences in members’ homes or another luxurious locale. An example seen on its LinkedIn page describes a caviar showcase tasting menu led by a Michelin-star chef.
Area attractions include the Bloomingdale’s flagship, popular restaurants and bars, and Bridgemarket Trader Joe’s, which has been described as the city’s most beautiful supermarket. Transportation options include the Lexington Avenue/63rd Street F and Q trains, the 59th Street 4/5/6 and N/R/W trains, and the Roosevelt Island tramway.

Additionally, new condos like Archive Lofts, The Leyton, The Clare, and 200 East 59th Street have risen on surrounding blocks in recent years. Archive Lofts is set to bring not only new housing units, but AIRE Ancient Baths' second New York outpost, to the neighborhood.
The Treadwell under construction earlier this year
The Treadwell _ 249 East 62nd Street The Treadwell is an unassuming little tower in a convenient, albeit heavily-trafficked location at the junction of the Upper East Side and Midtown.
The Treadwell The Treadwell wrapping up exterior construction in August 2023 (CityRealty)

↓ All units at The Treadwell feature interiors by INC Architecture & Design, oversized windows, high ceilings, European white oak floors, and intuitive floor plans.

Treadwell living room

↓ Kitchens feature cerused oak cabinetry, Mont Blanc quartzite countertops, and Miele appliances.

Open kitchen with center island

↓ With soft ambient lighting, radiant heated floors, and honed Bianco Oro marble, primary baths offer a spa-like atmosphere.

Primary bath with dual vanity

↓ Between the cerused oak vanities and floor-to-ceiling Breccia Capraia marble walls, no detail has been overlooked in the powder rooms.

Powder room with statement wall

↓ Select units open up to private terraces.

Home office with terrace access

↓ One-bedrooms at The Treadwell start at $1,700,000.

One-bedroom floor plan

↓ Two-bedrooms start at $2,350,000.

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Two-bedroom floor plan

↓ Three-bedrooms start at $3,950,000.

Three-bedroom floor plan

↓ Residents arrive to a double-height lobby with Art Deco details and an attentive staff.

Residential lobby

↓ A courtyard garden with a grilling station and dining areas is accessible from the lobby and the community room.

Courtyard garden with outdoor dining

↓ The Club Lounge’s ceiling cove and chandelier were inspired by the Rainbow Room at Rockefeller Center. Features include a dining table for ten, a catering kitchen, and soundproof “Zoom rooms.”

Club Lounge with courtyard access

↓ The second-floor fitness center seamlessly flows into indoor and outdoor meditation areas.

Fitness center

↓ The Treadwell is located near some of the Upper East Side’s top spas, and offers a sauna and steam room at home.

Cedar-lined sauna
Steam room

↓ The youngest residents of The Treadwell have not been forgotten – a children’s playroom features floor-to-ceiling windows and a zoo-inspired mural by Rebecca Romeo.

Children's playroom
Local Listings

The Beekman Condominium, #3B (Compass)

The Paladin, #2104 (Corcoran Group)

Archive Lofts, #501 (Corcoran Group)

200 East 59th Street, #10A (Douglas Elliman Real Estate)

The Savoy, #38G/39F (Compass)

230 East 63rd Street, #PH (Compass)

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