The Beekman Regent offers residents a touch of rich elegance with its Giordano Italian mahogany wood floors, marble windowsills and Italian porcelain tiles. The kitchens feature a number of modern appliances, cherry wood cabinetry and an impressive water purification system.
An impressive feature in the luxurious apartments are the African raised panel doors featuring real 24-karat gold hardware. With floor-to-ceiling windows and some apartments offering private balconies, the Beekman Regent is a grand home that caters to its residents.
The classic residence offers some modern amenities. The spa and health club offers residents a sauna and various treatment rooms. With housekeeping and laundry service, residents can attend to their busy schedules without having to worry about much else. There are a number of public spaces, including a business center, conference room and a lounge, which serves a continental breakfast each morning.
In Manhattan, parking can be incredibly difficult. The building has residents covered by offering a 24-hour basement garage with parking valet. The garage is a favorite among reviewers, as it is so rare to see parking facilities in New York apartments. Perhaps this is why the it was nominated for and won the Mercedes Benz property award for “The Finest New Redevelopment in the World.
With a prime location in Midtown East, the building is truly a benefit to those residents needing access to transportation. The prewar building has been converted into the modern elegance seen today. Because of its proximity to the East River, some units offer breathtaking views of the water and the city via private balconies or terraces.
351 East 51st Street is a well-maintained property with several amenities. There are a number of choices for potential residences, including lofts, duplex townhouses, classic homes and penthouses. With a number of rich, subtle touches, the Beekman Regent is the perfect example of Manhattan elegance.