The Strathmore is located in the highly desirable Upper East Side. Designed by the famed Costas Kondylis, the building features an elegantly landscaped entrance with a revolving door and doorman. Once inside, residents are met with a sleek and elegant lobby. Erected in 1994, the building spans 43 floors and contains 180 spacious luxury apartments, all of which are easily accessible via elevator.
Apartments at the Strathmore feature soaring nine-foot ceilings, under which oak parquet floors are made luminous by sunlight shining in through the immense floor-to-ceiling windows. Residences include stackable washer/dryer units as well as self-controlled heating and cooling and high-speed internet as additional conveniences. The gourmet kitchens are replete with stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, tiled floors, and white Euro-style cabinetry. The baths are equally opulent, with oversized soaking tubs and marble and stainless steel accents. Select residences feature windowed or eat-in kitchens.
The building has plenty to offer the prospective tenant. Services range from the expected concierge, doorman, lobby attendant, and valet and laundry services, to the extravagant full-service garage and exclusive Related Companies' Personal Assistant service, which offers electronic rental payment and access to Related's holiday parties, celebrations, gallery previews and other exclusive events. On-site amenities include a fitness center with private squash court and fifty-foot swimming pool, a fully appointed children's playroom, lounge with flat-screen TV, and bike storage. The Strathmore also has a lushly landscaped garden for strolling and relaxing at the end of a long day. The building is pet friendly.
400 East 84th Street enjoys a central Upper East Side location. The Upper East Side is well known for being one of New York's most coveted neighborhoods, and with good reason. Residents will find a wide variety of dining, shopping, entertainment, nightlife and cultural destinations in the area. Residents can also walk their dogs through Carl Schurz Park and take advantage of nearby cross-town bus and subway services.