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A festive and bustling Park Avenue streetscape via CityRealty A festive and bustling Park Avenue streetscape via CityRealty
You're not imagining it: Thanksgiving fell on the latest possible date this year, and now the holiday season is MUCH closer than we think - the first night of Hanukkah is December 22, coming right on the heels of Christmas Eve. As of this writing, many of us are scrambling to finish our holiday shopping, decorating, and entertaining plans. But for residents of the following buildings, that just got a little easier thanks to partnerships with some of New York's finest shops, restaurants, and services.


Saks-01 Saks Fifth Avenue circa late November 2019 via CityRealty
The Centrale’s amenity suite would not be out of place in luxury condos throughout the city, but its close proximity to Saks Fifth Avenue inspired an exclusive partnership with the world-famous department store: Residents have 24/7 access to The Fifth Avenue Club’s private styling and personal shopping services. All year round, residents can enjoy wardrobe consultations, in-home beauty services, exclusive previews and invitations to Saks Fifth Avenue events, dinner reservations at L’Avenue, and shopping events where a percentage of proceeds will be donated to the resident’s charity of choice. But at this time of year, residents will especially appreciate the personal gift shopping service that offers access to one-of-a-kind items, gift wrapping, and delivery.
The Centrale has 8 available listings from $1.725M
138-East-50th-Street-1 All images of The Centrale via Douglas Elliman


Emily-Thompson-Flowers-01 Emily Thompson Flowers for Roman and Williams Guild via Adrian Gaut
The modern look of 30 Warren Street made a splash on the corner of Chambers Street, but has no interest in taking over Tribeca - on the contrary, its Tribeca Select partnership works with the neighborhood’s top shops and services to offer residents experiences that cannot be found anywhere else. These include Emily Thompson Flowers, whose namesake counts the Obama White House, the Whitney Museum of American Art, and Chanel among her clients. The florist serves as 30 Warren’s resident floral advisor, and is on hand to help residents turn their homes into winter wonderlands.
30 Warren Street has 7 available listings from $2.495M
30-Warren-Street-1 All images of 30 Warren Street via The Corcoran Group


Le-Jardinier-01 Tablescape via Le Jardinier
When agreeing to host a holiday dinner, there’s a lot to keep in mind. What should be served that will appeal to everyone? What dietary restrictions must be heeded? How can this meal be made while keeping the home pristine? As residents of One Hundred East Fifty Third Street find, those questions are much easier to answer with two high-end restaurants, one with a Michelin star, in the building. Shun is a French restaurant with Japanese influences, Le Jardinier’s menu concentrates on high-quality vegetables and seasonal produce, and both restaurants are created by Alain Verzeroli and designed by Joseph Dirand. They also offer residents of One Hundred East Fifty Third Street access by private elevator and entrance, priority reservations, and in-home dining access.
One Hundred East Fifty Third Street has 14 available listings from $2.125M
100-East-53rd-Street-1 All images of One Hundred East Fifty Third Street via Compass
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