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Real Estate Showcase - Master Bedrooms/Master Baths

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SUITE DREAMS

Between Prince and Houston Streets, 151 Wooster is selling 10 custom-built loft condominiums (plus two magnificent penthouses) with original 19th-century vaulted ceilings, stone-clad working fireplaces, wide-plank hardwood floors, and authentic wood-frame windows. In addition to the other bedrooms and home office or media rooms in these 3,000- to 4,000-square-foot condominiums, mammoth master suites come with custom-designed walk-in closets by Euromobile. The sleeping areas are pre-wired for at-your-fingertips entertainment, security, communications, and climate controls. Spa-like bathrooms are adorned with limestone and travertine stone, and sport Kohler soaking tubs and walk-in Dornbracht rain-shower stalls with body sprays. Customized open kitchens feature wood-and-glass cabinetry, limestone worktops, built-in coffee makers, and wine coolers. From $3.5 million. OCCUPANCY SPRING 2008.
 
JIM BRAWDERS | 212-634-6510 | CORCORAN SUNSHINE MARKETING GROUP

     
           
 
 

SPA-BULOUS BATHS

Located at 101 West 24th Street, at Broadway near Madison Square Park, Chelsea Stratus is now selling studios to three-bedroom condominiums. Ranging from 502 to 2,263 square feet, they feature ultra-high ceilings with full-height windows, and birch-wood flooring throughout. Windowed master baths provide a spa experience with Hebron gold limestone, large soaking tubs, and glass-enclosed showers with Grohe fixtures. Dramatic floating wenge-wood vanities topped with ivory travertine stone finish the look. Beautiful open kitchens boast Macassar ebony wood cabinetry, stone worktops, and professional-grade appliances. Building amenities include Club Stratus—a resident’s lounge with a flat-screen TV and fireplace. There’s a dining area with a catering kitchen, a billiards room, an indoor basketball court, and fitness center. Outside, there’s a Thomas Balsley-designed garden and rooftop terrace. From the $900,000s. OCCUPANCY SPRING 2008.

KAREN MANSOUR | 212-414-4101 | PRUDENTIAL DOUGLAS ELLIMAN

 
   
 
 
 

SHOWER POWER

Set between Lafayette and Fulton Streets, on the western edge of Fort Greene in Brooklyn, 96 Rockwell Place is a masterful conversion of an old piano factory made up of studios, and one- and two-bedroom luxury lofts, including two penthouses, each with a fireplace. Ranging from 714 to 1,166 square feet, each condo features 10- to 12-foot high ceilings, oversized windows, and five-inch wide plank white oak floors. All the units above the seventh floor have private terraces or balconies. The ceramic- and mosaic-tiled master baths sport Kohler soaking tubs—and the one- and two-bedroom units have separate glass-enclosed rain showers. Stunning open kitchens feature wenge-wood cabinetry with glass countertops and appliances (including washers and dryers) from Fisher & Paykel, Bosch, and GE. Along with a fabulous fitness center, there’s a part-time doorman and individual storage facilities. From $455,000. OCCUPANCY EARLY 2008.

MARCO AUTERI | 212-381-2556 | HALSTEAD PROPERTY

 
       
“One of the key things people look for at new developments is the master bathrooms, which have become more and more luxurious—with rain showers, oversized soaking tubs, and five-fixture baths,” says Dawn Tsien, president, New Developments at Coldwell Banker Hunt Kennedy.  “These amenities are absolutely de rigueur at luxury properties.”  
 


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