Huys (Dutch for “house”) is a new luxury loft condominium conversion at 404 Park Avenue. Like the building’s name, the award-winning developer Kroonenberg Groep and designer Piet Boon are both Dutch, and they are both known internationally for their innovative work. Another Duchman, Piet Oudolf, who gained fame for his landscape design for the High Line, designed the roof terrace. 404 Park Avenue South lives and breathes the Dutch spirit with its enlarged window openings, projecting bay windows and Juliet balconies with floor-to-ceiling glass.
The 58 beautiful Dutch-designed condos offer loft-like oases right in the middle of New York City. The rooms have dramatic 11-foot-five-inch high ceilings and six-inch wide oak plank floors in a natural finish. The kitchens feature Bulthaup Alpine White cabinetry, refined three-inch thick Chambolle marble slab countertops and backsplashes from Belgium’s Dornbracht fixtures, Franke undermount stainless-steel sinks, and Miele appliances and built-in microwaves. The master bathrooms have a spacious walk-in closet with highly durable Chambolle stone-slab flooring and wall tiles.
404 Park Avenue South is a mere three blocks away from Madison Square Park, which offers relaxation and a green environment. The No. 6 subway train is conveniently located right in front of the door and the N and R trains are just three blocks away. Living right on the border of Gramercy and the Flatiron District offers the convenience of having great restaurants and shopping opportunities close to the building.