The M at Beekman is a new development in New York that was originally built in 1880 as four separate but contiguous brownstones. The American Development Group purchased the buildings in 2004, completed a gut renovation of the four buildings, and combined the walk-ups into a cohesive condominium development. The development now consists of 23 condominiums with a mixture of old-world charm and sleek modern architecture and convenience, fit for the most discerning New York buyer.
The residences are uniquely appointed with top-of-the-line finishes and fixtures and are spacious and well laid out. Open, gourmet kitchens at the M at Beekman feature best-in-class appliances with refined finishes. A Sub-Zero refrigerator, Fisher Paykel two-drawer dishwasher, Miele steam oven and coffee system and LG combination microwave/toaster are all conveniently laid out for easy accessibility, form and function. Baths are also exceptionally appointed with stunning Bain Ultra Temazkal Shower Cabins with wood-planked floors and Chromatherapy tubs, which use heat, light, color and water to soothe the mind, body and soul. The slate flooring is radiant heated, and modern fixtures and glass-tiled walls finish the bathroom experience.
Upon arrival at the M at Beekman, residents are greeted by a doorman and an elegant and tasteful lobby. Elevator access is provided to a majority of the units, the only exceptions being the two residences with direct street access. The building also houses an on-site gym and enlists former model and Elle magazine editor Kelly Killoren Bensimon as the "curator” of the M. Kelly uses her style insights and fashion industry sensibilities to personally select brands that will provide services to enhance the lifestyle of the discerning owner. There are a host of brands in a partnership with the M at Beekman, including Henri Bendel, FAO Schwartz, Hampton Luxury Liner and Mikimoto, to list just a few.
The M at Beekman is a modernized new development in New York's Midtown East. The quiet residential enclave is steps from the esplanade along the East River and is just a short walk to the iconic Rockefeller Center and St. Patrick's Cathedral. There are many restaurants in the area, and some of the finest shopping in the city is in close proximity, with Saks Fifth Avenue, Henri Bendel and other high-end shops nearby.