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Real Estate Showcase - Luxury Living



Hudson River views from inside the Avery are irresistible. Set across from Riverside Park (read: nothing to block the scenery ’til kingdom come) at Riverside and 65th Street—the studio, 1, 2 and 3BR condos not only offer unparalleled amenities inside—but exclusive access to just about anything that pleases your performing arts senses outside at Lincoln Center. Better yet, on-property performances and “Meet the Artist” programs will be held monthly. Choose Brazilian cherry or African doussie wood floors for kitchens that come with ribbed aluminum upper cabinets, wood-veneer lower cabinetry, granite or stone countertops plus Sub-Zero and Miele appliances. Limestone-tiled master baths feature vanities with Travertine countertops—and all come with washer/dryers. Other top-of-the-list amenities: Screening room, game room, library with 24 hr. Wi-Fi access and a large playroom for the kids. For whatever else you might need award-winning concierge services from Abigail Michaels stand ready. $850,000 to $3 million. LATE 2007.

Nancy Reese | 212.769.1100 | Corcoran Group Marketing



Sports-minded buyers will love living at Atelier. At 42nd Street and Eleventh Avenue, residents can opt for a few games of bocce, basketball or volleyball before cueing up for rooftop billiards whenever the spirit moves them. The light-filled, spacious studios, 1 and 2BR units feature the finest finishes and amenities such as Italian white oak floors and Bosch large-capacity washer/dryers. White gloss cabinetry is paired with white quartz countertops in open kitchens and all the appliances are from Sub-Zero and Bosch. Baths come with polished Bianco Verde marble floors and Panda marble walls and tub surrounds—and all have rectangular washbasins atop sleekly-styled vanities. Other amenities: Landscaped sundeck brimming with exceptionally comfy chaises and sun beds; state-of-the-art fitness center and yoga studio; indoor sky-lit swimming pool. For all parts east, be it to Broadway’s theaters or the office across town-Atelier provides a complimentary crosstown shuttle. $630,000 to $1.475 million. JANUARY 2007.

Natalie Stewart | 212.563.6635 | The Marketing Directors



The St. Regis New York is esteemed for its personalized service and exceptional location. With a storied history of hosting glamorous celebs and royalty such as the Duke of Windsor and Marilyn Monroe—buyers are invited to live in any one of 24 hotel condos—where they’ll enjoy the best of the best in a butler-serviced collection of fully-furnished 1 and 2BR homes. All dressed up in muted shades of yellow saffron, silver-pale green and steel blue—crystal chandeliers suspend from up to 11ft ceilings and marvelous views are afforded from the floor-to-ceiling French windows. Every unit has carved crown moldings, wainscoting and plush carpeting throughout. Pantries feature Sub-Zeros and microwaves and double-sink marble baths sport private shower stalls and LCD TVs. State-of-the-art communication and entertainment is everywhere and pampering from the Rem de Spa [note: typeset with backwards accent over the second “e”] is nothing short of heaven. Impeccably managed—ownership privileges here are considerable. From $1.7 million. JUNE 2006.

Lori L. Ordover | 212.350.7137 | The Sunshine Group, Ltd.Y

“Today luxury living abounds throughout Manhattan, from Battery Park all the way up to Harlem and beyond,” said Kathleen M. Sloane of Brown Harris Stevens. “But some of the most sought after residences in the world continue to be located in the 60s and 70s, along Central Park West as well as Fifth Avenue and Park Avenue in Manhattan.”