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Real Estate Showcase - Designer Kitchens



At SoHo North on West 124th Street, sleek kitchens feature Italian-designed Poliform cabinetry and Basaltina lava stone or Corian worktops. Top-of-the-line appliances come courtesy of Sub-Zero, Wolf, and Miele. Made up of enormous two-bedroom lofts (including penthouses) buyers can choose from a number of layout options ranging from 1,940 to 3,715 square feet. A mix of simplexes and duplexes—each with private key-elevator access—all have home offices and some feature kids’ rec rooms. They all boast high ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows or large mahogany-framed windows, gas-burning fireplaces, and Bosch washer/dryers. Quite a few have private outdoor space, be it a terrace or Juliette balcony. Quartz-tiled, five-fixture master baths sport glass-door rain showers and Kohler soaking tubs. Custom-designed double-sink vanities are finished off in dark cherry wood and marble. Along with a 24/7 Virtual Doorman, there’s refrigerated lobby storage. From $1.175 million. OCCUPANCY SPRING 2007.




Inside a landmark building near the New York Stock Exchange that was the tallest building in America when it opened in 1902, 25 Broad Street’s open kitchens are designed with Poliform glass cabinetry, serving counters, and Silestone quartz worktops. Fully integrated appliances are from Miele, Bosch, and Liebherr. From studios to three bedrooms, ranging 770 to 1,530 square feet, you’ll find ceilings that soar from over nine feet to 13 feet and wide-plank Merbau wood floors everywhere. Very large, spa-like master baths come with marble floors, glass wall tile; some have double-sink vanities and separate glass-enclosed showers. There is a residents-only health club and day spa, a fully equipped playroom, a lounge and dining room with a catering kitchen, tea room, business resource center, screening room, roof deck, viewing garden, and refrigerated lobby storage. Top-notch concierge services are available round the clock. From $865,000. IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY.




Located at 225 East 34th Street, The Charleston’s fabulous kitchens feature Macassar wood cabinetry and acid-etched glass flip-up doors. Along with the latest appliances from Sub-Zero, GE Monogram, and Fisher & Paykel, these kitchens all have wine coolers from U-Line. The white crystalline marble worktops and Mirage hardwood floors make for perfect finishes. From studios to three-bedrooms, square footage ranges from 560 to 1,751. Porcelain tiled-master baths boast Wenge wood vanities with white crystalline marble tops, Vespa Breccia Oniciata marble floors, soaking tubs, and glass-door shower stalls (both with integrated thermostats). Club Charleston features a resident’s lounge, dining area and catering kitchen, fitness center, and a skyline-filled Zen-like garden terrace, as well as a dog run designed by Tom Balsley. From $640,000. OCCUPANCY SUMMER 2007.


“Luxury real estate has changed dramatically in recent years due largely to a more sophisticated and demanding market,” says Eric Trump, VP of Development & Acquisitions, Trump Organization. “Buyers expect functional yet opulent kitchens, and thus, when designing the kitchens at Trump Plaza Jersey City, we included handcrafted cherry and maple cabinetry, polished granite countertops, Italian porcelain floors, and the highest-end appliances.”