The Upper East Side saw a major sale this past week closed at $31 million with an enormous penthouse on 33 East 74th Street, which rests on top of a newly repurposed condominium building on the corner of East 74th and Madison Ave.
The façade of the building remains as it were when first constructed, however the interior of the building has been completely revamped to accommodate modern living. The building was a result of a collaboration between two critically-acclaimed forces: Interior designer Alexandra Champalimaud and Architectural firm Beyer Blinder Belle. The brownstones making up this property were built in 1876, and were repurposed as 10 custom designed high-end condominiums.
There are still a few condos available on the property for those willing and able to experience such luxury. The building’s site, 33east74.com, contains all of the property’s information, noting the building’s history and what it offers to its residents and the surrounding community.