Posted by Wei Min Tan on September 5, 2017
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These are examples of properties we show buyer clients. When representing a buyer and acting as a Buyer’s Agent, we will objectively evaluate all properties with the client. In the event any property is our listing where we represent the seller, we will disclose accordingly.
Four Seasons in TriBeCa
The Four Seasons Hotel and Residences, currently being built in Tribeca, is designed by renowed architect Robert A.M. Stern. The property combines the world class service of Four Seaons with the highest level of residential quality. The bottom half of the building is a 175 room hotel while the upper half will have 157 luxury condominiums. The development positions itself as “Where Views Kiss The Sky.”
Priced from $3 million to $30 million.
Halcyon in Midtown East
Halcyon is located at 305 E 51 St in Midtown East, home of the United Nations and numerous Fortune 500 headquarters. Designed by S. Russell Groves, Halcyon has a limestone base and steel/glass tower. Apartment interiors have a sophisticated elegance with details including marble countertops, brushed bronze fixtures and amazing views especially from the higher floors.
Priced from $2 million to $12 million.
Reade 57 in TriBeCa
Reade 57 is a luxury new development in TriBeCa developed by The John Buck Company. This 84 unit condominium building features one, two and three-bedroom apartments with floor-to-ceiling windows, gourmet kitchen, concierge, fitness center and tremendous views. Residents enjoy a short stroll to some of the highest rated restaurants in Manhattan including Bouley and Marc Forgione.
Priced from $900,000 to $3 million. Reade 57 details
The Aldyn in Upper West Side
The Aldyn Residences, Athletic Club and Spa boasts 40,000 square feet of amenities space and has set a new standard in Manhattan amenities. Developed by Extell with interiors by Roman and Williams, The Aldyn faces the Hudson River to the west and 21 acres of parks. The Aldyn’s Athletic Club is managed by La Palestra and includes a 75′ pool, 38′ rock climbing wall, basketball court, squash court, golf simulator and courtyard.
Priced from $1.3 million to $17 million. Aldyn details
Time Warner Center, Columbus Circle
The Time Warner Center consists to twin towers 25 Columbus Circle and 80 Columbus Circle and is considered one of the most prestigious addresses in Manhattan. The Mandarin Oriental hotel occupies part of the north tower, 80 Columbus.
The Time Warner Center is also home to restaurants Per Se, Masa and Whole Foods Markets. It was designed by renowed architecture firm Skidmore, Owings and Merrill and completed in 2004.
Priced from $6.5 million to $68 million. Time Warner details
Greenwich Lane in West Village
Greenwich Lane, currently being built in the West Village, is one of the classiest new constructions. It is the combination of 5 addresses and 5 townhouses, LEED certified and all buildings center around a large private garden. The development positions itself as the combination of Old New York with the ease of modern day living.
Priced from $1.4 million to $30 million.
88 Greenwich, Financial District
Luxury condo in the Financial District, one block south of the World Trade Center. Ambiance of a boutique 5-star hotel. Many clients like it for the impressive amenities including rooftop terrace, sky lounge, library, billiard room and fitness center.
Priced from $560,000 to $3 million. Greenwich Club details
15 Central Park West, Upper West Side
15 CPW is perhaps the most well-known super luxury building in Manhattan. The building made headlines when Sandy Weill, former Citigroup CEO, sold his apartment for $88 million to Russian tycoon Dmitry Rybolovlev hence setting a record price for Manhattan at the time. Prominent residents include Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein and Denzel Washington.
Priced from $8 million.
Brompton, 205 E 85 St in Upper East Side
Designed by Robert A.M. Stern Architects, this luxury condo building in the Upper East Side represents English classic design and sensibility. Some say the style is simply, “Stylishly Proper.” One of the classy styled new buildings in Manhattan.
Priced from $990,000 to $13.5 million. Brompton details
101 Warren in TriBeCa
This Skidmore, Owings and Merrill designed luxury condominium even comes with a Whole Foods, Soul Cycle and Barnes and Noble bookstore at its base. Amenities include concierge, a pine tree forest, fitness center and kids’ playroom. Perhaps the most luxurious high rise condominium in TriBeCa.
Priced from $1.6 million to $30 million. 101 Warren details
22 Mercer St Lofts in Soho
Originally built in 1860 and converted to condominium in 2005, 22 Mercer is a landmarked cast-iron loft building. The marble facade with detailed arches add elegance to this boutique building which has only 16 exclusive residences. Interior features of the lofts include recessed lighting, high ceilings, fireplace and hard wood floors.
Priced from $4 million to $8 million. 22 Mercer details
Trump Soho hotel condominium is a soaring 46-storey glass tower designed by Handel Architects located in trendy Soho. The property offers top notch service from the Trump Hotel Collection including world class dining, an 11,000 sqft spa, fitness center and Trump Attache service. Since this is a hotel condominium, investor owners would be renting out the property as a hotel managed by Trump.
Priced from $900,000 to $50 million.
Veneto at 250 E 53 St in Midtown East
Veneto is a Related development located in prime Midtown East close to the United Nations and foreign consulates. It is walking distance to world famous Fifth Avenue and many of Corporate America’s headquarters on Park and 3rd Avenues. Amenities include concierge, fitness center and courtyard.
Priced from $1.2 million to $3.2 million.
W Hotel and Residences in Financial District
W Residences is a luxury condominium that sits above the W Hotel Downtown at 123 Washington Street. Since condo units start at the 33rd floor, residents enjoy one of the best views of Downtown Manhattan. Condos facing South and West have breathtaking views of the Statue of Liberty and cruise ships sailing along the Hudson River.
Priced from $1 million to $6 million.
Superior Ink in West Village
Superior Ink at 400 West 12th Street is a luxury condominium in the West Village developed by Related and designed by Robert A.M. Stern. The building, which has a light orange brick and green glass exterior, was built on the site of the former Superior Ink factory. Superior Ink faces the Hudson River and Hudson River Park to the west. It is steps away from the trendy Meatpacking District and The High Line.
Priced from $3.5 million to $36 million. Superior Ink details
Ansonia in Upper West Side
The Ansonia is the grand dame of pre-war residential buildings and is located in the Upper West Side on 73th Street and Broadway. This Beaux-Arts style building was originally built as a hotel in 1904 and was the most technologically advanced building of its time. It was converted into condominiums in 1992.
Priced from $900,000 to $12 million. Ansonia details
Visionaire in Battery Park City
Green building designed by Pelli Clarke Pelli in park-abundant Battery Park City which is as close to suburban living as it gets in Manhattan. This glass building has energy saving and environmentally friendly features including a rooftop garden, bamboo floors and energy efficient windows. Dramatic views of the Statue of Liberty from south facing units.
Priced from $900,000 to $4 million. Visionaire details
Ritz Carlton Hotel and Residences
The Ritz Carlton Residences located at the southern tip of Manhattan represents 5-star hotel style living at its finest. Exceptional service and top quality detailing is experienced throughout the property. Residents enjoy Statue of Liberty views, strolls along the Hudson River and abundant parks in this Battery Park City luxury condominium.
Priced from $2.6 million to $118 million.