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Real Estate Showcase - Luxury Living

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  LIVING ON EASY STREET

More than 60 percent of the homes at Park Avenue Place have already been sold. It’s no surprise, given the exceptional elegance RFR Holding is serving up with this stunning new glass tower on 55th between Park and Madison. These 74 breathtaking homes - studios, 1 and 2BRs, as well as full-floor 3BR penthouses - feature a wealth of amenities and finishes such as Brazilian cherry hardwood floors and floor-to-ceiling windows. Gourmet kitchens feature custom white lacquer cabinetry which cleverly conceals deluxe appliances from Sub-Zero, Miele and Marvel (including built-in espresso makers and wine coolers), and is offset dramatically by polished black granite counters and floors. Baths are done in sabbia marble and have towel warmers; the master bath has a roomy soaking tub. One of many notable building perks is selective access to the exclusive five-floor, private-membership Core Club. Open for occupancy. Priced from $800,000 to $9 million.

CAROLYN SEBBA | 212.813.9055 | THE MARKETING DIRECTORS, INC.

 
 

LOFTY EXPECTATIONS

One York, developed by Stanley Perelman, is among Manhattan’s latest hot addresses. Blending old with new, renowned architect Enrique Norten has brilliantly transformed a seven-story, 19th-century industrial warehouse into a modern 14-story loft building. Incorporating a sleek glass tower, the resulting edifice features 40 sizable 1, 2 and 3BR lofts. The converted original structure boasts 25 spectacular homes. Literally floating above its rooftop, seven newly-added floors contain 15 glass penthouses with expansive balconies or enormous wraparound terraces for 360-degree views of the city skyline. Buyers will be impressed with the rich maple floors, sky-high ceiling heights (some top out at 21 feet) and floor-to-ceiling windows. Open kitchens feature appliances from Miele, Bosch, Fisher & Paykel and Sub-Zero. Impressive bathrooms feature glass mosaic-tiled walls, Zuma showers and Norten-designed floating vanities. Standout building amenities include a fitness center with outdoor pool, and NYC’s first fully automated parking garage. Priced from $1 million to $12.9 million.

RICHARD CANTOR | DANA PECORELLA | 212.965.YORK
CANTOR & PECORELLA INC.

   
 
  SIZE MATTERS

After selling out the Clock Tower and the Sweeney Building, Two Trees Management turns your attention to what’s left of the 259 grand-scale lofts at the newly opened 70 Washington in Dumbo. For home-seekers in Brooklyn’s landmark waterfront district, this property offers sprawling spaces, many serving up eye-catching views of the harbor, the downtown Manhattan skyline and even the Statue of Liberty. Every home is loaded with extras, including bamboo flooring, open kitchens with stainless-steel appliances from Sub-Zero, Viking and Thermador, and glass-tiled master baths with walk-in glass-door showers and jacuzzis. Many units have home offices, exceptionally high ceilings and huge terraces. There are 13 duplexes and 18 penthouses (one noteworthy layout is a 3,441sf 2BR duplex with a recreation room and patio). Plentiful building amenities include a well-equipped gym - and the rooftop sundeck’s 22 cabanas are nothing less than sumptuous. Over half of the units have already sold. Prices begin at $615,000.

TOBY KLEIN | 718.222.5555 | TWO TREES MANAGEMENT
   
“When it comes to luxury living, there is no greater city than New York,” says The Trump Organization’s Donald Trump Jr. “New Yorkers can enjoy not only dining at the world’s finest restaurants and shopping at its best stores, but living in residences that offer the most deluxe amenities and services.”  
 


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