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Real Estate Showcase - Manhattan Luxury Living

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  AS GOOD AS IT GETS

20 Pine, The Collection is a couture-designed first endeavor from Armani/Casa set inside Chase Bank’s original landmarked headquarters. From studios to 3BRS, each home features 10.5ft beamed ceilings and ebony-stained maple hardwood floors throughout. Penthouse and Concierge residences (25th floor and above) offer not just Quintessentially’s worldwide concierge services inside a private lounge – but head-turning views of the Statue of Liberty. Incomparable kitchens are set in the living rooms and cleverly designed cabinetry conceals appliances from Sub Zero, Meile and Fisher & Paykel. Master baths are dressed in Galaxy Shist stone and Brazilian wood floors and walls – surrounding open rain shower stalls and Waterworks tubs. The Collection Pool & Spa boasts a hammam and hammam lounge. The Collection Club has a stylishly tailored residential lounge, gym, health bar – and billiard and golf simulation rooms. The 25th-floor Terrace Lounge has a reflecting pool, making it perfect for outdoor tête-à-têtes. Opening spring 2007. From about $500,000 to $5 million.


LARYSIA HARRIS | 212.920.2020 | SHVO MARKETING

 
   

A WALK IN THE PARK

At Casa Rohan, 70 West 107th Street between Central Park West and Columbus, buyers are guaranteed the chance to live in the lap of luxury in any one of these stunning condominiums, each with direct elevator access. The sprawling full-floor 2 and 3BR units come in at 1,434sf; all have either private Juliet balconies, landscaped terraces or decks, as well as an abundance of top-shelf amenities and finishes. All feature bamboo wood floors, huge windows, soundproof walls, and GE washer/dryers. Granite-floored and countertopped open kitchens are filled with stainless-steel GE Profile appliances. Master baths have granite-tiled floors as well as Jacuzzis. Building amenities include a lovely residential rooftop deck, a gym with a repertoire of fitness options, and private storage bins for each unit. Ready for occupancy. Prices range from $1.18 to $1.25 million.

DHIA BARNES | 212.327.9636 | WARBURG REALT

   
           
     
    TAKE YOUR RIGHTFUL PLACE

Check out what’s inside Place 57, the dazzling Ismael Leyva-designed glass tower at 207 East 57th between Second and Third. Impressive 2BRs (some with dining rooms and eat-in kitchens) and 3BRs (with flexible layouts) range in size from 1,386SF to 1,795SF. All have mahogany wood floors. Gourmet kitchens boast Pietra de Bedonia stone countertops, custom rift-cut oak cabinetry, and top-tier stainless-steel appliances from Viking (fridges and dishwashers are covered in cabinetry panels for a furniture-inspired feel). Master baths feature beige marble-tiled floors, custom walnut cabinetry, and decorative marble mosaics in glass-enclosed showers. Showcasing the latest in amenities, you’ll find the smartly-styled residential lounge and the remarkable Baccarat Crystal Garden, as well as a fitness center with Baccarat lighting and a thematically designed kids’ playroom. Home ownership includes a one-year complimentary membership to the exclusive 24/7 Quintessentially global concierge service. Set to open summer 2006. What’s left is priced from $2.35 to $3.5 million.

DAVID E. PERRY | 212.752.2357 | CLARETT GROUP
 
     
               
“Just when you thought Manhattan real estate couldn’t get any more exciting, the luxury bar is being raised higher and higher,” says Corcoran Group CEO Pamela Liebman. “With the demand for new luxury condominiums driving the market, developers are outdoing themselves in creating fantasy homes that only help to further Manhattan’s reputation as the most exhilarating and glamorous destination in the world.”  
 


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