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Real Estate Showcase - Fashionable Addresses

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GOING, GOING, ALMOST GONE

Nearly sold out, 10 West End Avenue, between 59th and 60th Streets, still has some one- to four-bedroom condominiums, including high-floor residences with spectacular city views. Ranging from 750 to 2,600 square feet, units above the 14th floor have generously sized balconies or terraces. Ceilings soar from over nine to 11 feet, and there are floor-to-ceiling windows and Pianeta Legno Afrormosia wood floors throughout. All residences come with washer/dryers. Kitchens are filled with white-oak cabinetry, honed granite countertops, and etched-glass upper cabinetry. Appliances are courtesy of Viking, GE Profile, Bosch, and Sub-Zero—plus, wine coolers from U-line. Master baths are dressed in Gris de Sienna honed limestone and Puccio Super Italian white marble, feature extra-deep tubs with marble surrounds, and walnut double-sink vanities topped off in marble. Residential amenities include a fitness room, a glass-enclosed 50-foot pool, playroom, concierge services, and valet parking. From $1.370 million. IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY.

LORETTA BRADBURY | 212-710-1010 | CORCORAN SUNSHINE MARKETING GROUP

 
       
 

DECO-GREAT

When it comes to pre-war greats, the twin-towered Majestic at 115 Central Park West at 72nd Street is about as good as it gets. Now factor in the gasp-inducing views of Central Park and the Dakota from this eight-room co-op, and you may very well end up with one of the best apartments in town. In addition to three bedrooms (convertible to two bedrooms and a park-facing library, if you prefer) and three baths, there’s a grand entry gallery leading to a living room with a wood-burning fireplace and formal dining room, a very big windowed eat-in kitchen, and an oversized maid’s room with its own full bath. Walnut floors, high ceilings, and enormous windows (including wrap-arounds in the master bedroom) are everywhere. This white-glove building also boasts a gym, playroom, and roof terrace with a solarium. $8.795 million. IMMEDIATE OCCUPPANCY.

PAMELA D ARC | 212-452-4377 | STRIBLING AND ASSOCIATES

 
   
         
 
 

WHAT A VIEW

A rarely available two-bedroom co-op is for sale at the Sherry Netherland Hotel—one of Manhattan’s most celebrated pre-wars on Fifth Avenue. Stylishly located at the corner of 59th Street, with its intimate lobby modeled after the Vatican Library in 1927, this elegant home overlooks Central Park from the 15th floor. Breathtaking views of Central Park can be enjoyed from the 33-foot living room, second bedroom, and/or den. The corner master bedroom boasts an ensuite master bath, a separate dressing room, and a walk-in closet. The large kitchen also features a butler’s pantry. Five-star hotel services are at the ready, including room service from Cipriani, twice-daily maid and nightly turndown service, concierge, valet parking, fitness center, salon, and barber shop, are part and parcel of this wonderful offering. Doorman and elevator attendant round-the-clock. $5,995,000. IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY.

ROBERT SCHULMAN | 212-439-4570 | WARBURG REALTY PARTNERSHIP

 
       
“Fashionable addresses are no longer limited to ‘Gold Coast’ buildings on Fifth and Park Avenues,” says Stephen Kliegerman, Halstead Property’s executive director of development marketing. “Fashionable today relates as much to quality of life as it does to location. That’s why developments, such as 111 Central Park North and Northside Piers on Williamsburg’s new Waterfront Park, are hotter than ever.”  
 


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