Alfa Development has released new images of 200 East 21st Street, their sustainable new luxury condominium development with interiors by critically acclaimed interior designer Alexandra Champalimaud and architecture by BKSK Architects. Alfa Development is recognized for their commitment to sustainability and creating a portfolio of residential buildings that meet the highest of green standards. Their portfolio is called the Green Collection and 200 East 21st Street is the newest building aiming for LEED Gold certification with a suite of highly sustainable features including a vertical green wall in the lobby with lush greenery curated by EcoWalls, a landscaped communal green roof with lush plantings by Halsted Welles Associates, a solar-powered domestic water production system that provides 60% of the building’s hot water, wind-generated electricity and more. The project features 67-condominium residences with sophisticated interiors finished with high-end yet eco-friendly material. Pricing starts at $1.445 million for a 713 SF 1-bedroom unit and range up to $4.25 million for a 1,823 SF 3-bedroom unit. A 4-bedroom penthouse is also available for $12 million which features an additional 1,800 SF terrace. Units feature FSC-certified wood as well as advanced water-conserving fixtures, faucets, and appliances from Miele, sustainably sourced oak floors, Caesarstone, and a Macedonian Sivec marble master bathroom with Turkish lilac stone walls. The project recently unveiled their full website along with a selection of new renderings that reveal the building.
“In approaching the design process at 200 East 21st Street and delivering on the standards of a LEED Gold building, we felt up for the task because sustainable design is simply smart design, which we achieve in all of our work. We utilized responsibly sourced materials and finishes that would have minimal environmental impact while also maintaining a high standard of luxury, and selected energy-efficient appliances that would allow residents to enjoy the most state-of-the-art technology without compromising their commitment to conscious living.” Champalimaud told AD in an interview about her vision for designing the sustainable interiors at 200 East 21st Street.