133 East 64th Street, Penthouse B, which was originally owned by the former owner and then publisher of the New York Post, Dorothy Schiff, has hit the market for $22 million with Michael Lorber and Alexander Boriskin of Douglas Elliman. Perched atop a distinguished white-glove prewar cooperative, this massive duplex penthouse affords spectacular views of the Manhattan skyline and Central Park.
The American Museum of Natural History is gearing up to begin construction on their new Richard Gilder Center for Science, Education, and Innovation, on their Upper West Side campus. Construction had been stalled due to litigation after community groups attempted to block the project which will be built on a quarter-acre portion of land from the existing Theodore Roosevelt Park.
Extell Development’s art deco-inspired tower, The Kent, has officially unveiled its amenity spaces designed by Champalimaud, the same firm spearheading some of the greatest hotels around the world including Raffles Singapore, Hotel Bel-Air, The Plaza Hotel’s Legacy Suites, etc.
SL Green Realty and Giorgio Armani Corp. have filed permits to redevelop Giorgio Armani’s flagship store with a boutique luxury condo designed by COOKFOX Architects with interiors by Armani/Casa at 760 Madison Avenue.
20 East End Avenue, the boutique amenity-rich condominium designed inside and out by Robert A.M. Stern Architects, has revealed its one-and-only maisonette residences. The residence offers the experience of living in a private home on the Upper East Side within a full-service luxury building.
Extell Development Company announced today the debut of 1010 Park Avenue, its exclusive Upper East Side boutique condominium development. Located on Manhattan’s prestigious Park Avenue between 84th and 85th Streets, the building offers 11 expansive, full-floor and duplex residences and a suite of luxurious amenities.
A lavish "mansion in the sky" at Trump World Tower that that overlooks the United Nations as well as the Manhattan Skyline has hit the market for $39 million. The residence features 6 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms spread over 7,500 SF, occupying the entire 82nd floor.
New renderings have been revealed for the Moise Safra Cultural Center which is approaching completion on the Upper East Side. The 14-story building was designed by PBDW Architects and is located at 130 East 82nd Street.
Located at 170 East End Avenue which was designed by one of the hottest names in luxury real estate right now, Peter Marino, and home to celebs such as pop star Ricky Martin, is this triple-mint gem complete with two-balconies and views of Carl Shurtz Park and the East River.
DDG's ultra-luxe Upper East Side condominium, 180 East 88th Street, has just listed its last remaining duplex residence, 38W, for $15 million. 38W is an expansive 4+ bedroom, 4.5-bathroom residence which spans two levels and 3,794 SF, complete with double-height ceilings, which stretch up to an unbelievable 28' 8", and impeccably designed architectural staircase.
27 East 79th Street has launched sales of their collection of Parisian-inspired, luxury condominium residences on Manhattan’s Upper East Side. The project is being developed by Adellco and designed by Cabinet Alberto Pinto in collaboration with HTO Architects.
Fashion scion Massimo Ferragamo, son of Salvatore Ferragamo, has listed his duplex co-op located atop the prewar J.E.R. Carpenter-designed 655 Park Avenue for $18 million. The palatial residence has been Ferragamo's home for over 20 years.
This rarely available classic 6 pre-war Upper East Side co-op is just steps from Central Park, Madison Avenue and Museum Mile. The artist-owner has inspired a European, simple design for the residence, perfect for displaying art or channeling anyones inner artist.
DDG's new luxury condominium 180 East 88th Street partnered with the non-profit Ladies Who Hoop, an organization dedicated to empowering women of all ages through the game of basketball, to host the First Annual Free-Throw Contest
The Robert A.M. Stern Architects-designed Upper East Side condo building, 20 East End Avenue, has revealed their new, lavish Patrik Lönn designed duplex. The duplex is the first of its kind in the building to hit the market. The residence features 4,299 SF of interior living space spread over 6 bedrooms and 6.5 bathrooms.
New renderings have been released of the Selldorf Architects-designed expansion of Frick Collection. The expansion is expected to cost $160 million and construction will take 2 years to complete after breaking ground, which is not anticipated until 2020.
27 East 79th Street has officially launched sales for their collection of Parisian-inspired, luxury condominium residences on New York’s Upper East Side. Located on a landmarked stretch of 79th Street between Madison and Fifth Avenues, 27 East 79th Street is the only ground-up new development in the prime Upper East Side location in decades.
Old meets new in this Sutton Place co-op which exudes stately old world charm, while still encapsulating the luxuries of modern living. Previously two separate units, the space has been combined, and now includes a separate entrance that could be used as a maid's room.
4 Sutton Place offers a break from the hustle-and-bustle of Midtown Manhattan matched with classic, ultra-luxe, sought after Rosario Candela-design. Unit 10-11FL features 5 bedrooms and 6.5 bathrooms along with a wood paneled library, formal dining room, state-of-the-art chef's kitchen, and a large master suite complete with his and her bathrooms and walk-in closets.
THB at the Upper East Side's LUX 74, matches the condo buildings full five-star services, and matches them with the space and privacy of a townhome. The residence is spread over 3,216 SF with 3 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms and a 550 SF private garden.
A modern Upper East Side duplex has hit the market for $1.395 million on the tree-lined cul-de-sac at the end of 72nd Street. The prewar flow-through unit features an open-concept floor plan spread over 2 bedrooms, 2 full bathrooms and 1 half-bath. Styled with a distinctly London flare.
Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich's Upper East Side megamansion redesign, which PROFILEnyc reported at the end of October would be up for review by the Landmarks Preservation Commission, has been approved. The new proposal, which was designed by a world-class group of architects including Stephen Wang + Associates and Herzog & de Meuron.
It seems that all new development in New York City now-a-days is met with pushback. DDG's ultra-luxe, brick-clad 180 East 88th Street is no exception. Construction on the residential tower began in 2015 but in 2016 local residents and city officials created a zoning controversy as they argued that 180 East 88th Street had carved out a four-foot lot to circumvent the existing height limitations.
Take a first look at a newly unveiled residence at 20 East End Avenue, the luxurious Upper East Side condominium from starchitect Robert A.M. Stern. Residence 11B is an expansive, ultra-luxe spread asking $14.95 million. The sprawling residences features 5-bedroom and 5.5 bathrooms spread over 4,963 SF.
Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich has purchased another Upper East Side townhouse adjacent to his 3 other adjoined townhouses as he continues to build his assemblage for his Upper East Side mega-mansion.
A one-of-a-kind Duplex on Park Avenue has hit the market for the first time since 1930. The residence, which is located at 784 Park Avenue, was previously owned by noted philanthropists Stephen and Anna-Maria Kellen and is the epitome of pre-war elegance.
The SHoP Architects-Designed Citizen360 condominium development on the Upper East Side is just about complete with closings set to begin at the end of the month (October 2017). Citizen360 is being developed by Anbau and offers a modern take on Upper East Side living
An upper eastside townhome that has been listed on and off for nearly a decade has relisted with another price chop 163 East 64th Street. The Neo-Georgian style townhouse was originally built in 1872 by architect John G. Prague, and rebuilt and occupied by architect R.D. Graham in 1901.