The Anthem is a new development in New York, featuring the famed Costas Kondylis as architect and designer. Known for his trademark sleek and beautiful developments, Costas Kondylis may have out-done himself with the Anthem. The red- and beige-brick building is truly stunning, both the exterior and the interior. Built in 2003, this Murray Hill high-rise spans 21 floors and encompasses 480 rental apartments, all of which are easily accessible via elevator.
Apartments at the Anthem feature grandly oversized windows, which showcase the stunning city views while simultaneously allowing natural light to flood the unit. Light maple hardwood flooring in each residence lends an additional touch of sophistication. Self-controlled heating and cooling provide tenants with year-round comfort, despite the ever unpredictable New York weather. Spacious walk-in closets are provided as an additional convenience. Gourmet kitchens are fully equipped with stainless steel appliances, Absolute Black granite countertops, and wooden cabinetry. Marble bathrooms are accented by stainless steel fixtures. Many residences at the Anthem also offer stackable washer and dryer units, corner windows, and romantic wood-burning fireplaces.
The Anthem far exceeds expectations with its long list of services. Residents are pampered by the 24-hour Abigail Michaels concierge service, doorman, attended lobby, laundry and valet services. There’s also a complimentary breakfast served each morning for residents. The amenities include an on-site full-service garage, and laundry rooms are added conveniences. The Anthem's fitness center offers state-of-the-art exercise equipment and a Yoga studio, as well as many extras, such as personal training, fitness classes, and locker rooms with showers and saunas. The lounge features a fireplace, big-screen TV, coffee bar and billiards. There's also a landscaped rooftop garden that offers stunning city views.
Located at 222 East 34th Street in Murray Hill, the Anthem has the distinct advantage of offering its residents a varied array of entertainments. There are many restaurant, shopping, and nightlife options nearby, as well as a host of mass transit options, with the subway at 33rd Street and Grand Central just a short walk north.