Located at 21 East 61st Street, The Carlton House has been transformed to house the finest finishes that you can find in a pre-war building. Extell, one of the city’s most prominent developers who are also responsible for One 57, are converting this building. Residences range in size from 2-5 bedrooms and are fitted out with updated yet classical finishes. Prices start at $2.9 Million and go all the way up $27.5 Million. The building offers impressive amenities including a doorman, concierge, fitness center, energy efficiency fixtures, a game room, steam rooms, an indoor pool, storage options, and an array of others. Surrounding the building are boutiques and shops along Madison Avenue, as well as fine dining and entertainment. Central Park is just one block west. Click here for availability.
Nestled in the midst of some of Manhattan’s most sought after apartment buildings, 737 Park Avenue is one of the few condos being reconstructed on Park Ave. The building is being developed by Harry Macklowe who is also responsible for 432 Park Avenue. Residences will range in size from 2-5 bedrooms and in price from $3.75 – $27 Million. Kitchens have been done with designer fixtures by Varenna and bathrooms have Dornbracht chrome fixtures. State-of-the-art fitness center, playroom, garden room, courtyard, and storage options are just the start of the enhanced amenities that this Park Avenue Condo building provides. Click here for availability.
Just east of Park Avenue, 135 E 79th goes beyond even the expectations of the Upper East Side. Designer craftsmanship with the finest in modern upscale living renders these 2-5 bedroom residences matchless. The façade is a mix of grey brick, carved stone and hand-cast iron work that blends perfectly with the neighborhood. Storage options, a garden courtyard, fitness amenities, and catering kitchen access are among a few of the amenities which bring this building to the forefront of the neighborhood. 135 East 79th Street is being built by The Brodsky Organization, one of the city’s most prominent real estate families. Prices range from $1.45 to $50 million and most of the units are already in contract.
Located on the North West Corner of Madison Avenue, is this pre-war building that is being reconstructed by HFZ Capital. 11 East 68th Street, The Marquand is one of the few Madison Avenue condo buildings. To enter the building you have to walk through a deep light court that cuts through the middle of the building. The lobby has two wings with private elevator vestibules that take you to your floor. Each apartment mixes elegance and space together with designs by award winning architectural firms of Shelton, Mindel & Associates and Beyer Blinder Belle Architects. Apartments range in size from 5 – 6 bedrooms with prices ranging from $16 – $22 million.