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All images of The Gilroy via MOTION New York All images of The Gilroy via MOTION New York
Much like The Centrale condominium a few blocks south, The Gilroy combines Art Deco influences with interiors targeting the modern New Yorker. Indeed, to pass The Gilroy on the street, one is immediately struck by the Art Deco-inspired crown designed by Ismael Leyva Architects. But behind the limestone facade, this rental offers loft-like homes, contemporary finishes, and amenities reflecting current renters’ needs and wishes. An affordable housing lottery for 40 units from $1,281/month took place earlier this summer, and leasing has launched on the market-rate units.

Current availabilities start at $3,343/month for studios, $4,419/month for one-bedrooms, and $6,519/month for two-bedrooms. These prices are net effective to reflect a rent concession of 1.5 months free rent on a 12-month lease and one month OP. A three-bedroom penthouse with den and private terrace is listed for $22,500/month, the gross rent.
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Amenities at The Gilroy include an attended lobby, lounge with coworking space, fitness center, screening room, speakeasy-inspired lounge, and heated roof deck with furnished lounge area and outdoor television. It is located at 232 East 54th Street, down the street from Whole Foods and amidst a host of restaurants and consulates. Nearby transportation options include the 6 train at 51st Street, the E/M trains at Lexington Avenue/53rd Street, and the 4/5/6 and N/Q/R/W trains at Lexington Avenue/59th Street.

It is also located 10 blocks north of Summit, the award-winning, amenity-rich rental located in the heart of the Midtown East rezoning that gave rise to soaring new towers in the once-quiet neighborhood. Almost exactly one year ago, the ribbon-cutting ceremony took place for One Vanderbilt. The demolition of 270 Park Avenue is now complete, and plans remain underway for a massive new headquarters for JPMorgan Chase. A lawsuit has been filed against Project Commodore, the 1,646-square-foot tower poised to replace the Grand Hyatt next to Grand Central, but the Landmarks Preservation Commission has already approved the project.
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↓ Apartments feature 10’ ceilings, open-plan layouts, hardwood floors, Bluetooth sound system, and in-unit washer/dryer.

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↓ Kitchens are outfitted with custom cabinetry, Calacatta countertops, chrome fixtures, stainless steel appliances, and LED under-cabinet lighting.

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↓ Baths are finished with floor-to-ceiling porcelain tile walls, custom walnut vanities with stone countertops, luxurious soaking tubs, and modern fixtures.

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↓ The penthouse has private elevator access, four exposures, 12’ ceilings, Sub-Zero and Wolf appliances in the kitchen, a sunroom, and a heated terrace.

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↓ Just off the attended lobby, an Art Deco-inspired lounge features coworking space, a fully stocked coffee bar, and high-speed WiFi.

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↓ The state-of-the-art fitness center features Matrix equipment, a GymRax TRX training station, and shock-absorbing floor tiles.

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↓ The screening lounge features a skylight and large Chesterfield sofa.

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↓ A speakeasy-inspired club lounge with kitchen is ideal for all types of gatherings.

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↓ A heated, multi-season roof terrace offers a furnished lounge, flat-screen TV, and jaw-dropping views all year round.

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↓ Studios at The Gilroy start at $3,343/month.

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↓ One-bedrooms start at $4,419/month.

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↓ Two-bedrooms are priced from $6,519/month.

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↓ The penthouse is listed for $22,500/month.

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The Gilrow

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