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A stone’s throw from Sutton Place, 330 East 57th is a highly-designed condominium between First and Second Avenues. Full-floor units with private outdoor space are accessed through private keyed access elevators. They all measure out at 1,891 square feet; ceilings soar nearly 10 feet up above maple wood floors, and windows are from floor to ceiling. Each home boasts perfect-forentertaining living and dining areas, and two guest bedrooms in addition to an en suite master bedroom. The open kitchens are filled with custom wood cabinetry and Pietra Cardosa stone countertops and appliances are from Sub-Zero, GE Monogram, Viking, and Miele, including wine coolers. Master baths are of the marble kind and have Kohler Tea for Two soaking tubs, bidets and separate stall showers. There’s a resident’s lounge, two gorgeous rooftop terraces, a garden, a fitness center and concierge services. All units have washer/dryers and come with individual storage space. From $2.3 million. OCCUPANY FALL 2007.




In Williamsburg, 80 Metropolitan is one of the latest developments to offer loft and townhouse residences. From studios to three bedrooms, including penthouses and townhouses, square footage ranges from 529 to 2,361 square feet—and all have washer/dryers. Some have outdoor space. Whatever you choose, you’ll find 10 foot high ceilings, Brazilian lapacho wood floors throughout and kitchens filled with white lacquer and glass cabinetry with CaesarStone worktops, and Sub-Zero, Liebherr and Bosch appliances. Master baths feature Pietra Piasentina floors and walls and wenge wood vanities. All sport Zuma soaking tubs and multiple bedroom units add glass-enclosed rain showers to the fixture mix. Building amenities include a Zen garden, indoor pool, fitness center, yoga studio, resident lounge with a screening room and kitchenette—and a roof top terrace with cabanas. Parking and storage units are for sale, plus bike room and 25-year tax abatement. Lofts from $395,000; townhouses from $1.635 million. OCCUPANCY EARLY 2009.




At the corner of luxe and stylish living, the famous 19th century graffiti-adorned carriage house once known as the Candle Building is now undergoing a meticulous conversion, courtesy of architect Edward Asfour. At 11 Spring Street, a 4,600 square foot penthouse triplex features 10-foot-high ceilings and hardwood floors throughout—and the enormous living room comes with 10 oversized arched windows. The dining room is nearly as big as the living room and there’s a fully integrated Bulthaup kitchen with a breakfast room and woodburning fireplace. The master bedroom boasts walk-in closets, a windowed Bulthaup bathroom with a freestanding bathtub and a separate shower stall. On the top floor, there’s a spectacular glass-walled den that opens onto a wrap terrace and million dollar views of the Empire State Building and beyond. Private keyed elevator access. $17.95 million. AVAILABLE SUMMER 2008.


Ivanka Trump, vice president of Development and Acquisition at the Trump Organization, notes, “Downtown Manhattan is a burgeoning luxury market of high-profile developments, and we’ll be adding to that mix this fall with the launch of Trump Soho Hotel Condominium New York. With this building we seek to remain true to the young and hip aesthetic that defines downtown, while simultaneously delivering a building so well-appointed that it rivals the best of its Uptown competition.”