Welcome to 30 East 31st Street, a gorgeous Midtown residential building designed to join the ranks of other iconic NYC structures including Grand Central Station and the Chrysler building. Architect Morris Adjmi was inspired by buildings like the Kaye Building at 105 Madison Avenue and the Remsen Building at 148 Madison Avenue, which is how 30 East 31st Street came to have its beautiful neo-gothic façade .
The one- and two-bedroom homes inside, as well as the expansive three-bedroom penthouse, all feature floor-to-ceiling windows that offer stunning NYC views. There are many other details throughout the apartments including light fixtures, windows and doorframes that reflect the building's gothic style. There are wide-plank oak floors throughout, bathrooms with Calacatta Prima and Bleu de Savoie marble and kitchens featuring Wolf, Sub-Zero and Bosch appliances.
The main amenities of this beautiful building are its prime Manhattan location, near Grand Central Station and all the wonderful bars and restaurants nearby. The amenities also include a doorman, concierge, rooftop terrace, fitness center and more.