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THE CLASSICS

Here’s your chance to own a Classic 4–, 5–, 6– or 7–room pre–war condo on the Upper West Side—along with a new generation of furnishings and fixtures. Units at 220 West 93rd are two and three bedrooms, and there’s also a 3BR penthouse with plenty of outdoor space. The larger units (Classic 6 and 7) have maid’s rooms, and nearly all have formal dining rooms. If you buy early, it’s easy to combine units for a menu of options for grand–scale living amid some 4,000SF of living space. Roomy windowed kitchens come with cherry wood cabinetry topped off in polished granite counter tops and ceramic floors. Appliances, including washer/dryers, are top–shelf such as Sub–Zero, Viking, Miele and Bosch. Master baths will feature limestone tile floors and walls and Kohler soaking tubs. Red–oak floors and exquisite crown moldings are everywhere. Units can be purchased “as is” or fully renovated. From $880,000. FALL 2006.

LOUISE PHILLIPS FORBES | 212.381.2685 | HALSTEAD PROPERTY

 
       
 
       

TRIBECA THRILL

92 Warren is a limited edition of pre–war condominiums featuring 2– and 3BR homes with fireplaces, hardwood floors, Bosch washer/dryers and central air throughout. A number boast 20FT ceilings, dramatic arched double–height windows, generously sized terraces, eat–in kitchens and private key–lock elevator access. Poliform cabinetry is paired with Pietra Cardosa granite countertops in open kitchens, and accessorized with Franke, Fisher & Paykel Wolf, Sub–Zero and Miele appliances and fixtures—in addition to a GE Monogram wine fridge. Spa–inspired master baths have white Calacatta marble walls, radiant–heating beneath the stone floors, and feature the latest in fixtures such Philippe Starck soaking tubs, rain–shower glass stalls and towel warmers. Finishing touches include a fitness center, a kids’ playroom and plenty of room to park your bike after an invigorating ride along the Hudson River. From $2.025 million. FALL 2006.

LINDA FENN | 212.374.9292 | PRUDENTIAL DOUGLAS ELLIMAN

 
   
 
       
 

PRIME MEET

The Meatpacking District’s first ultra–luxe condominium, The Prime on West 14th Street between Eighth and Ninth Avenues exemplifies a baronial lifestyle. Ranging from 2,257SF to 4,042SF, the nine–unit mix includes floor–through lofts, a penthouse with two balconies and a terrace and a two–bedroom duplex with its own multi–level garden and patio, plus a separate rec room. All the homes feature private elevator access by key–lock or biometric fingerprint scanner, white oak wide–plank floors, balconies, Poliform walk–in closets, washer/dryers and custom–designed trash incinerators with buttons that open “lazy Susan” style recycling bins (eliminating manual sorting). Entertain with relish near open kitchens sporting Varenna cabinetry, fixtures from Hans Grohe and a marvelous array of appliances from Bosch, Sub–Zero, Wolf, Miele and Viking. Master baths are custom–clad in cultured marble with fixtures from Boffi and Duravit designed by Starck, and separate glass–door showers. There’s a resident’s rooftop deck, as well. From $3 million. SPRING 2007.

JEFF SILVERSTEIN | 212.784.2131| THE QUEST GROUP

   
     
“New York City in the fall is one of the best times to unveil a new residential project,” says Highlyann Krasnow, executive vice president of The Developers Group. “Buyers are back from the beach and ready to take a closer look at apartments on market and make serious decisions.”  
 


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