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Real Estate Showcase - The East Side

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EAST FEAST FOR THE EYES

A LEED-registered building, the Robert A.M. Stern-designed Brompton condominium at 205 E. 85th is a mix of well-sized homes, ranging from studios to five bedrooms— from 516 to 4,513 square feet. Kitchens feature porcelain floors, maple wood cabinetry with a latte finish, quartzite worktops and appliances—including wine coolers from Viking, Sub-Zero and Miele. Master baths boast marble floors with inlaid marble accents, custom double-sink vanities and oversized soaking tubs. Lifestyle amenities are top-notch and include membership and privileged access to Fitness Lifestyle by Equinox, including its spa. Onsite pleasures include an entertainment lounge with a beautifully landscaped outdoor terrace, a cardio fitness room overlooking a garden, a children’s playroom with an adjacent outdoor play area outfitted by Dragons’ of Walton Street in London, and Related Signature Services with a personal assistant. From $675,000. OCCUPANCY FALL 2008.
 
MAUREEN ROGERS | 212-249-8505 | THE RELATED COMPANIES

 
       
         
 

FIRST OF ALL

Off First Avenue, the Azure at 333 E. 91st St. is a mix of studios to five-bedroom units, ranging from 601 to 3,100 square feet. Ceilings are high and some units have balconies or large terraces. Afromosia wood floors and floor-to-ceiling windows are everywhere, and every unit has a washer/dryer. Choose from cherry, oak, wenge or crème vanilla lacquer for kitchen cabinetry, which will then be topped off with Caesarstone quartzite. Master baths have separate shower stalls, Kohler Tea for Two soaking tubs, and graphite oak vanities with blue D’Savoie slab tops. Relax on the landscaped roof deck or in the resident’s lounge with its media center, or enjoy a repast in the private dining room. Other building amenities include a party room and catering kitchen, and kid’s playroom. From $605,800. OCCUPANCY SPRING 2009.

NANCY PACKES | 212-508-7457 | BROWN HARRIS STEVENS

 
   
 
 
 

LANDMARK DECISION

Two- to four-bedroom lofts, ranging from 2,100 to 5,000 square feet, are now available inside a landmark Victorian Gothic circa 1877 building at 233 E. 17th St. between Second and Third avenues. Landmark 17 boasts direct park views and most of the units have private gardens or terraces with hot and cold water for outdoor showers, and gas hook-ups for barbeques. Three penthouse units have outdoor hot tubs. Ceiling heights are well over 10 feet and one unit features hand-painted 23-foot-high cathedral ceilings—and many have working fireplaces, exposed brick and massive skylights. Four-inch wide, solid strip natural white floors are everywhere and all homes come with washer/dryers. Kitchens are filled with custom Poggenpohl cabinetry topped with marble and appliances are from Viking and Sub-Zero. Limestone master baths boast radiant heat floors, separate showers and floating vanities. There’s storage space for every unit. From $2 million. AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY.

TAMIR SHEMESH | 212-350-8551 | PRUDENTIAL DOUGLAS ELLIMAN

 
“Having recently moved to the Upper East Side, I now understand the attraction it has held for so many of my customers over the years,” says Barbara Fox, Fox Residential Group. “Streets are full of children and parents walking to the nearby schools and plenty of gourmet food shops and restaurants. The whole atmosphere is very upbeat.”  
 


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