Converted from a former parking garage in 2007, this Manhattan condominium building offers seclusion, privacy and elegance to the residents within its limestone facade. Privacy has been made a priority here; the top two levels overlooking a spacious garden at the rear of the property.
Each apartment has high ceilings and Venetian bronze sliding windows to fill the rooms with natural light. The glass-enclosed balconies continue the themes of fluidity and relaxation. The floors are constructed of oak and the units have fireplaces to give an extra touch of warmth and comfortability. Bedrooms have walk-in closets. The kitchens are outfitted with modern appliances, below cabinet lighting, wine chillers, and kitchen islands. There are stackable washer/dryers and individual controls for heat and air conditioning. Bathrooms have floor to ceiling limestone tiles, dual sinks, glass rain showers, vanities, and deep tubs.
The amenities within are generous as well. There is a 24-hour concierge and additional storage space for each resident. A large rear garden with a barbecue area is available for convenient social or family gatherings. A fitness center with pool and steam room is on site, as well as a library. The building also houses an interior recreation area and a caterer’s kitchen service. For the pet lovers, pets are welcome. The most outstanding feature of all however, is that each apartment is provided with not one, but two parking spaces. This is highly unusual for New York City, and a considerable benefit for two-car families and couples, or even overnight guests.