Prepared under the guidance of Robert A. M. Stern, the architect behind some of the most luxurious towers in New York City and the 15 Central Park West, this awe-inspiring 17-floor residential condominium promises to deliver an extraordinary experience.
Featuring an intricately designed exterior, an elegant layout and luxe interiors, this Upper East Side building is a true masterpiece. The building houses 43 2- to 6-bedroom condominiums including two duplex town-homes, one maisonette, and two penthouses.
Reflecting the taste and style that best fits life on the prestigious Upper East Side, this complex truly redefines luxury.
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This extremely handsome, 17-story residential condominium building was designed by Robert
A. M. Stern, the architect of 15 Central Park West and major new luxury towers at 220 Central
Park South, 520 Park Avenue and 30 Park Place.
It will have 41 apartments including three duplex “townhomes” and two penthouses, one of
which will have a terrace with more than 4,000 square feet.
Montroy Andersen DeMarco is the architect of record.
It is scheduled to open in 2016.
The Corigin Real Estate Group of which Edward Baquero is the president and Florida East
Coast Realty are the developers. Corigin also developed the Element at 555 East 59th Street and five student housing properties for New York University and is developing CANco Lofts in Jersey City. Corigin is a spinoff of Coalco New York, the American operation of Coalco Development of Moscow.
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