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BIGGER IS BETTER

At 235 W. 71st St. off West End Avenue, buyers seeking roomy abodes will be happy to find this building’s unit-mix ranges from 3-7BR, one of which is a duplex. Offering 1,938 to 4,771 square feet of comfy living—all feature 9-foot ceilings, hardwood strip and herringbone floors throughout, and some apartments boast large terraces or gardens, oversized windows, staff rooms, and working fireplaces. Large eat-in kitchens offer custom-designed cabinetry with marble worktops by the award-winning kitchen designer Neff. Appliances, including wine coolers, are top-of-the-line from Viking and Miele. Calcutta gold marble master baths boast double-sink vanities, large tubs, and separate, glass rain shower stalls. Building amenities include a gym, a children’s playroom, and storage bins. From $3.8 million to over $10 million. OCCUPANCY EARLY 2008.

LISA LIPPMAN | 212-588-5606 | BROWN HARRIS STEVENS

 
       
         
 

BY DESIGN

A Rosario Candela masterpiece between Fifth and Sixth Avenues, only seven 2BR units, including 1PH, are what’s left at 40 W. 55th St. Built in 1924, its classic interiors are now blended with contemporary living, courtesy of interior designer Sean Johnson. The square footage of these pre-war condominiums ranges from 1,069 to 1,354—and all have wood burning fireplaces in the living rooms and brand new, hand-laid oak wood floors throughout. Many have formal dining rooms and a few feature private outdoor living. Newly renovated kitchens are filled with custom-designed wood cabinetry with white veneers—and topped off with white quartz. Appliances are from Miele, Sub-Zero, and GE Profile. The windowed master baths show off a perfect partnership of white ceramic tile floors and walls with glass-door-enclosed Kohler tubs and pedestal sinks. From $1.4 million. AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY.

LOUISE PHILLIPS FORBES | 212-381-3329 | HALSTEAD PROPERTYP

 
   
 
 
 

LEED-ER OF THE PACK

LEED-certified, The Harrison at 205 W. 76th St. off Amsterdam Avenue is a Robert A.M. Stern-designed condominium offering studios to 5BR homes, ranging from 532 to 2,937 square feet with ceilings as high as 10 feet, oversized windows, oak wood floors, and private outdoor space. All the units feature washer/dryer. Kitchens come with maple cabinetry and white quartzite granite counters along with appliances, including wine coolers, from brands such as Sub-Zero and Miele. Floors are covered with Palencia porcelain tile. Master baths sport white marble floors, polished marble walls, gray marble topped vanities, separate shower stalls, and soaking tubs. There’s a rooftop terrace, a Fitness Lifestyle by Equinox fitness club, an entertainment lounge, a dinosaur-themed playroom, and a landscaped courtyard. Related services include a Related personal assistant. From $685,000. OCCUPANCY SPRING 2009.

SHERRY TOBAK | 212-496-1000 | THE RELATED COMPANIES

 
“The Westside is a true community known for its classic architecture, great schools, and local shops,” said Amy Goldberg, sales director at Shares of New York. “Unsold shares of preeminent pre-wars that we now represent on the Upper West Side are currently being offered without board approval or financing requirements.”  
 



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