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Real Estate Showcase - Spring Review

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CROWN JEWELS

Originally designed for Tiffany & Co. in 1870, 15 Union Square West has been magically transformed into a five-star residence by renowned architect Eran Chen of Perkins Eastman. With interiors designed by the highly-regarded Vicente Wolf, these 2BR homes range from 1,763 to 2,189 square feet and the 3BR homes range from 2,370 to 3,164 square feet. The ceilings on the original first five floors rise to 16 feet and the newly-added sixth through 12th floors are designed as a series of elegant glass cubes set at different angles with sweeping park and city views and large terraces. Quite a few have working fireplaces and all feature Total Home Technology by Creston with blinds, lighting, and temperature controlled by touchpads. There’s a lovely indoor pool, a gym with spa services, personal trainers and nutritional counselors available, 24-hour concierge services from Luxury Attaché, private storage, and valet parking. From about $4 million. FALL 2008.

SHLOMI REUVENI | 212-366-1515 | BROWN HARRIS STEVENS SELECT

 
       
         
 

HISTORIC SIGNIFICANCE

Located at 309 Second Street in Brooklyn, The Heritage at Park Slope is made up of just 21 1-2BR homes with private terraces or rooftop cabanas, including duplexes and garden apartments. Ranging from 740 to 1,330 square feet, floors are covered in wide-plank maple wood and windows are nearly floor-to-ceiling. The open kitchens feature custom Italian cabinetry with CaesarStone worktops and the latest in Bosch appliances. Inside the master bathrooms, dressed up in Italian mosaic and marble tiles, you’ll find oversized soaking tubs and vanities topped with marble slabs, and some have separate rain shower stalls. There’s a landscaped recreation deck with private cabanas and both indoor and outdoor playrooms for the little ones. Other pluses: indoor parking, free storage units, a virtual doorman system, and a 25-year 421-A tax abatement.
From $825,000. SUMMER 2008.

CHRISTIAN C. GALLIANI | 646-670-7092 | HALSTEAD DEVELOPMENT MARKETING

 
   
 
 

 

PARK HERE

1-3BR homes, including five expansive penthouses, are now on sale at Ellington on the Park at the corner of Broadhurst avenue and West 148th street. Many units boast terraces overlooking historic Jackie Robinson Park, but all lucky owners enjoy the park’s Recreation Center for any-age activities, ranging from computer classes to basketball clinics, concerts, and volleyball games. Square footage ranges from 637 to 1,413 and floors are made of oak. Inside all units the kitchens feature maple-mocha cabinetry finished off with granite and stainless steel appliances from GE Monogram and GE Profile. Ceramic-tiled master baths feature tub and shower combinations. There’s a landscaped courtyard, round-the-clock doormen, a fitness area, a community room and attended parking. OCCUPANCY 2009.

ROBERT WILLIAMS | 646-253-0331 | WARBURG MARKETING GROUP

 
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