DKLB BKLN-Brooklyn Apartments

DKLB BKLN, at 80 DeKalb, rises 36-stories into the sky offering stunning views of the Fort Greene, Brooklyn & Manhattan skyscape.  The first in Brooklyn, this LEED certified building created by Costas Kondylis & Partners, showcases the very best in rental apartment design, interior finishes, amenities and conveniences.  Everything from the building materials, recycling program and low-VOC paints/finishes have been chosen to benefit the planet and your life.  The striking glass & metal façade has already become an architectural icon in the most sought-after neighborhoods in Brooklyn.

Residences

The studio, 1-and 2-bedroom apartments have a great open & spacious layout that offer stunning city and river views that are hard to come by, and are hard not to get in awe over.  With 9-11 ft high ceilings accented with oversized windows, designer open-layout kitchens with Energy Star appliances, oversized closets (are you listening, ladies?), luxurious baths, maple wood floors throughout and a washer and dryer in every unit, each and every one of your needs will be met.  And exceeded.

Amenities

The 5,000 sf of amenities include a 24-hour attended lobby, fitness center with yoga studio, valet parking and landscape terrace create the perfect lifestyle community in the heart of Brooklyn.  Plus, the sunny resident’s lounge has Wi-Fi, a fireplace, a library, ground floor bicycle-storage and an entertaining kitchen.

Location

Fort Greene is hands down one of Brooklyn’s most sought-after neighborhoods right now.  From the boutiques, world-renowned arts and music scene, upscale wine bars, bustling cafes and artisanal restaurants, you will never have to go far to meet all your life’s needs (or wants).  Follow the brownstone streets to the luscious Fort Greene Park, Brooklyn Academy of Music, the farmer’s market with organic & local produce, shops and restaurants on DeKalb Avenue, as well as 11 major subway lines are all at your doorstep.

Neighborhood Guide-SoHo Apartments

Walking along the cobblestone streets and iron-clad buildings of SoHo today, taking in the shopping, eating, art & music scene, you will understand why it’s such a popular destination for locals & visitors, alike.  It’s hard to imagine that not so long ago this area was filled with farms and rolling hills amongst Federal-style housing.

During the 60’s and 70’s, artists began to move into the area to take advantage of the large spaces, known as lofts, to work & live in, starting the transformation of what we see today.  Boasting the greatest collection of cast-iron architecture in the world, we can see why this would be the perfect backdrop for artists & art lovers alike.

Museums worth mentioning include The New York City Fire Museum, CMA (NYC’s only hands-on art museums for children) and The New York Earth Room.  SoHo also houses an endless array of art galleries that mixes all aspects of the art world, including The New Museum of Contemporary Art, Clic Bookstore & Gallery, Brentano’s, Agora Gallery, Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, Animazing Gallery and the Deitch Projects.

SoHo boasts one of the most unique shopping experiences, with everything from art stands & street vendors on the sidewalks (which sell everything from jewelry, artwork, books, antiques & handmade goodies) to eclectic and high-end boutiques, this neighborhood exceeds all expectations.  Whether you are looking for the perfect designer dress or that one-of-a-kind vintage find, stores like Bloomingdales, Topshop, Kate Spade, Chanel, All Saints, What Goes Around Comes Around, J.Crew and Marc Jacobs create the ultimate shopper’s paradise with an endless array of options to choose from.

The selection of eateries in SoHo are amongst some of the best in the city! Jean Georges’ American Nouveau Mercer Kitchen, a Paris bistro-inspired Balthazar, a shabby-chic Lucky Strike, a refined take on Thai at Kittichai and Spanish-infused Boqueria are just a small handful of the melting pot that has become SoHo’s cuisine.  Besides the delicious aromas of those honey roasted nuts from the street vendors, that is.

For those night owls, SoHo’s nightlife is among the best of the City, no matter what your preference. ñ bar is for the quirky, yet elegant, crowd that can enjoy a tapas bar that showcases delicious food among the brown polka dot walls.  World-renowned Balthazar’s bar is much more intimate than the over-sized dining room, pouring your drinks with the utmost care.  The building was converted from a leather wholesaler’s warehouse to an airy space that can accommodate over 200 people in the dining room and at the zinc bar, keeping the style of the surrounding neighborhood.  If you are looking for a ‘spicier’ flavor, head to S.O.B’S for some Cuban salsa, Brazilian samba, Jamaican reggae and some African pop thrown in.  They even offer Latin dance classes (free) every Friday night, just to make sure you are ready for the weekend.

There is are great options for living in this neighborhood, including SoHo Court.

Port 10-Chelsea Apartments

Just steps away from New York’s newest and world acclaimed park – the Highline – Port 10, at 303 Tenth Avenue, features luxurious rental residences in West Chelsea, one of Manhattan’s emerging neighborhoods. Complete with a host of amenities, residents will enjoy a stylish fitness room, multimedia lounge, and a landscaped roof deck with views overlooking High Line Park the Hudson River and the Empire State Building.

As welcoming and timeless as Chelsea itself, its original façade of iron spot brick adds substance and style to the shaded glass of today and tomorrow. Designed by Manhattan based H. Thomas O’Hara, Architect PLLC, every detail of every residence is impeccable from the stainless steel kitchens to the porcelain baths.

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Ranging from spacious studios to three bedrooms, each apartment features gourmet kitchens with stainless steel appliances, quartz countertops, in-unit washer and dryer and solid oak flooring throughout.  The oversized windows showcase stunning panoramic views of the High Line, the Hudson River and the Empire State building.


Amenities

Port 10’s greatest amenity is the 3,700 sq. ft. fully landscaped roof deck, sun deck with barbeque bar and an outdoor cinema, perfect for those warmer months!  Especially, with the open river and city views around you.  The Port club features a one of a kind fitness center was designed by Jay Wright from The Wright Fit with personal training available for residents, also featuring a bar, lounge & interactive game center.

Other services include 24-hour attended lobby, exclusive Knickerbocker Concierge Service, on premise building manager & a bicycle room for tenants.

Location

Located in the heart of Chelsea, Port 10 is just steps away from the Highline, some of the city’s most luxurious nightlife, Chelsea’s unique galleries, cafes and boutiques–right in the center of it all.  In the middle of a ‘walker’s paradise’, Port 10 is convenient to major subway lines & buses.

New York by Gehry-8 Spruce Street: A Gehry Sculpture for Rent

This February’s opening of New York by Gehry is one of the most anticipated building launches Manhattan has had in years!  At 870 feet tall, New York by Gehry is the tallest residential tower in the Western Hemisphere and is a transformative and singularly identifiable addition to the iconic Manhattan skyline. For his first residential commission in New York City, master architect Frank Gehry has modernized the design language of the classic Manhattan high-rise and carried his distinctive aesthetic throughout the building’s interior residential and amenity spaces.

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It was Mr. Gehry’s innovative approach to the incorporation of bay windows that led to the No Fee Apartment building’s dynamic silhouette and an exceptional variety of panoramic views from its residences. By shifting the bay windows from floor-to-floor and adjusting their configuration for each residence, he has given residents the opportunity to, as he puts it, “step into space.” The exterior impact of Mr. Gehry’s bay window design solution was that the No Fee Apartment building appeared as though it had been draped in fabric, an effect he further accentuated in his shaping of the façade’s stainless steel panels. In addition to providing sculptural intrigue, the vertical arcs of bay windows allow reflections of natural light to alter the image of the No Fee Apartment building throughout the day.

Set just north of Manhattan’s Financial District near the Brooklyn Bridge, New York by Gehry is just short walk from a variety of dynamic neighborhoods, including Tribeca, Chinatown, and the South Street Seaport. It is also within two blocks of a dozen subway lines that make all areas of New York City easily accessible.

Residents enter New York by Gehry via a porte cochère between Spruce and Beekman Streets that fronts an 11,500 square-foot plaza. In the lobby a custom Frank Gehry designed sculptural concierge desk resonates with the fluidity of the building’s architectural style and complements the lobby’s honey-colored vertical grain Douglas Fir walls.

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Residents have exclusive access to 22,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor health, wellness, social, and entertainment amenity spaces. These amenities, together with an extensive range of concierge and lifestyle services, offer residents an experience found only in world-class hotels and resorts.

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Mr. Gehry’s design resulted in hundreds of unique floor plans that manifest the potential that the dynamic exterior wall movement offers to residents’ private spaces, and indicate the level of attention given to every detail of the interior experience. In the places where the façade undulates, the residential windows also move out into space – into the apex of the folds – creating free-form bay windows that are fitted with seating or left open to accommodate uniquely shaped dining or reading niches.

Views

Views from inside the building’s residences and amenity spaces include an intimate perspective on the Woolworth Building to the west, the Hudson River’s piers and parks, and all five East River bridges as well as iconic midtown skyscrapers, including the Empire State and Chrysler buildings. Panoramic views farther north include Central Park and the George Washington Bridge. To the south and east Manhattan is seen in the context of the New York Harbor and the Atlantic Ocean.

Architect

Frank Gehry is perhaps the most celebrated and well-known practicing architect in the world today. He has been the recipient of dozens of awards recognizing excellence in architecture, including, in 1989, the most prestigious one in his field, the Pritzker Architecture Prize, which honors “significant contributions to humanity and the built environment through the art of architecture.” Mr. Gehry’s commissions, including The Guggenheim Museum Bilbao in Bilbao, Spain, the Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles, and the Nationale-Nederlanden Building in Prague, Czech Republic (known as “The Dancing House”), instantly raise the profile of the cities in which they are located. New York by Gehry, which was commissioned by Forest City Ratner Companies, is Mr. Gehry’s second project in New York City; his first, completed in 2007, is the Inter-Active Corporation (IAC) Headquarters, located in Manhattan’s West Chelsea neighborhood. Mr. Gehry’s IAC has been credited with attracting other exceptional architects to residential and commercial projects in this dynamically evolving area.

Over the past five decades, under Mr. Gehry’s creative direction, Gehry Partners, LLP has designed public and private buildings in North America, Europe, and Asia. Hallmarks of Mr. Gehry’s work include a particular focus on creating spaces that are comfortable to the people who use them, and that exist well within the larger context and culture of their location. The firm’s approach to design is one in which the client becomes fully engaged in the process, making each project a true collaboration.

Luxury Rental Building “The Continental” Is Ready for Leasing

The new Costas Kondylis & Partners-designed, The Continental, is set to begin leasing this Friday, January 14, with move-ins anticipated for February.  Developed by Tower 111, LLC, this 53-story, 338-unit luxury rental tower located at 885 Sixth Ave. offers studio, one-bedroom, one-bedroom with home office, and two-bedroom apartments starting on the 9th floor.

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Features

The tower’s state-of-the-art lobby features exclusively designed custom furnishings by Capri Furniture, Christopher Guy and J. Robert Scott. The open-air layouts create the perfect setting for entertaining, with floor-to-ceiling tinted windows, 10-ft high ceilings and gorgeous views of Manhattan set as your backdrop.

The state-of-the-art kitchens have Florenza porcelain tile flooring, wood-grain cabinetry with stainless steel hardware, concealed full-extension silent self-closing drawers and quartz countertops and backsplashes.  The stainless steel appliance suite includes a gas-range stove, microwave and dishwasher and Fisher Paykel refrigerator with in-door water dispenser.  All residences are also equipped with Asko washers and dryers.

Baths at The Continental offer Verdana porcelain tile floors, polished marble vanity countertops, recessed medicine cabinets with mirrored doors, Kohler bathtubs and polished chrome fixtures by Moen to create a relaxing & luxurious spa-like setting.

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Amenities

Residents can enjoy the exclusive Continental Club & Spa, featuring a 50-foot indoor infinity-edge lap swimming pool with heated hydrotherapy spa, set within a double-height, glass-enclosed atrium that extends onto a beautifully landscaped sun terrace furnished with lounge chairs. A health club with a fitness and cardio center, yoga studio, his-and-hers locker rooms and his-and-hers treatment rooms, will also be available to residents.

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The Club’s lounge with fireplace opens onto a landscaped terrace with seating and dining areas, and there is a fully equipped catering kitchen for residents to easily host private social events. The Wi-Fi-enabled space also features a gaming lounge with billiards and LCD displays. On the 48th floor, there is another sundeck and outdoor terrace lounge. Additional amenities and services include a 24-hour doorman, concierge service, BuildingLink, on-site valet services, on-site parking, and bicycle storage.

Why You Would Want to Live Here

“The Continental’s location, views, floor plans and unique amenities all have contributed to the buzz and interest from renters we are already seeing in this tower,” said Cliff Finn, managing director of new development marketing for Citi Habitats Marketing Group, the exclusive marketing and leasing agent for The Continental. “The building is an impressive addition to the Sixth Avenue corridor and surrounding neighborhood, which is burgeoning with new food destinations like Eataly, Bar Basque and Food Parc, hotels such as the Eventi and Gansevoort, shopping and nightlife.”

Situated on the corner of Sixth Avenue and 32nd Street, The Continental is also conveniently located near multiple bus and subway lines, including the 1, 6, B, D, F, M, N, R, and W, as well as the PATH.

Monthly rental prices range from approximately $2,550 to more than $6,110.  For more information, to speak with a leasing agent or to schedule a tour of the model apartments and amenity spaces at The Continental, visit TheContinental.com or call 212.695.3232.

The Aldyn-60 Riverside Boulevard

The Aldyn is a new luxury 40-story building in the Upper West Side of Manhattan, located at 60 Riverside Boulevard. The building houses both rental apartments (2nd through 10th floors) and condominium apartments (11th to the 40th floor).

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Amenitites

The 40,000 square feet of amenities at The Aldyn Residences are getting a lot of attention, and rightfully so. The Athletic Club & Spa, managed by LA PALESTRA, house a 75-foot swimming pool, a 2-story rock climbing wall, regulation size basketball court, squash court and driving-range simulator.  If that’s not enough, their bowling alley is sure to get your attention!

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Features

The condominium interiors have been created by visionary designers Roman & Williams with luxurious materials & craftsmanship, many featuring unobstructed views of the Hudson River and Riverside Park South.  The custom detailing include: 9-foot ceilings, Bosch washer and dryers and glass-walled great rooms with Brazilian cherry flooring.

The kitchens feature the “Extell Choice” of cabinetry options in warm teak or white lacquer, paneled premium Smeg and Miele appliances, Blizzard Quartz countertops and backsplash, dual fuel range and a wine refrigerator.

The bathrooms feature teak-wrapped master baths with deep soaking Zuma tubs, custom fixtures, double vanities, separate glass showers, Bianco Dolomite marble floors and walls, and an elegant powder room featuring a custom-designed solid teak sink.

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Neighborhood

The Aldyn is surrounded by Central Park and Riverside Park, the City’s most beautiful parks.  It’s convenient location gives a wide range of assortment of the City’s finest dining and retail destinations, as well as proximity to cultural attractions like Lincoln Center, The Metropolitan Opera, American Ballet Theater,The american Museum of Natural History and the New York Historical Society.

Why You Would Want to Live Here

The amenities on their own makes this building an absolute stand-out from everything out there.  If the rock climbing wall, bowling alley, basketball court, driving-range stimulator, gym & design are still not enough, the majority of residences have unobstructed views of both the Hudson River & Riverside Park South.  It’s definitely setting the bar in amenities & features.

Top 10 Manhattan Apartments of 2010 – New Developments

We at NYApartmentblog searched high and low for the absolute best new apartment buildings in Manhattan. (Don’t worry Brooklyn, we are working on that right now.) Below are the top new buildings of 2010 based on Architecture, Amenities, Floorplans and Layouts, Location as well as what we call “the cool factor.” We had to make some tough choices, but in the end, a winner was selected.

Without further ado, the top 10 are:

# 10. The Townsend

350 West 37th Street

Developer: Lalezarian

Architect: Avinash Malhorta Architects

This luxury Apartment building has a glass and limestone façade and is built for modern living.Complete with a full-time doorman and concierge, the Townsend has a planted roof deck with seating and expansive views of both the Hudson River and New York City. Amenities also include with these No Fee Apartments in New York City are a complete fitness center. Residents of this luxury rental apartment building can relax in the residents’ lounge, which can be rented out for private functions along with an adjacent kitchen.

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# 9. 505 WEST 37th STREET

Developer: TF Cornerstone

Architect: Handel Architects

One of the most desirable new rental developments, these elegant glass-skinned rental buildings are right in the heart of Midtown West.  The public spaces are extraordinary with a landscaped roof deck and a 2,000 square-foot fitness center.

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# 8. SILVER TOWERS

600 West 42nd Street

Developer: Silverstein Properties

Architect: Costas Kondylis and Partners

Silver Towers is the largest luxury and most ambitious rental development in New York City with two 60-story glass towers overlooking the city.  What really makes these property unique is the quarter acre park, outdoor entertaining terrace, 20,000 square-feet spa & gym facilities, 75-foot indoor pool, library lounge, private parking and a personal concierge.

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# 7. AIRE

200 West 67th Street

Developer: A&R Kalimian Realty

Architect: 200 West 67th Street

This luxury building has created an amenity list that any Upper West Side resident could dream of- two sound-proof rehearsal rooms, a library, a party/event deck with catering pavilion, reflecting pool and an indoor/outdoor children’s play area.  The rooftop sundeck offers panoramic views of the Manhattan skyline and Central Park.  Many apartments also feature private terraces and balconies.

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# 6. THE CORNER

200 West 72nd Street

Developer: The Gotham Organization

Architect: Handel Architects

In addition to the 24-hour concierge & doorman, this new development features a children’s playroom and a luxurious rooftop lounge. Numerous cultural and entertainment venues are close-by including Lincoln Center, Beacon Theater and Hayden Planetarium, as well as both Central Park and Riverside Park.

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# 5. 2 COOPER

Developer: Atlantic Development Group

Architect: GKV Architects

At 2 Cooper, creativity and energy has been captured in each uniquely designed residence and amenity, including private walkout terraces on select 2nd and 7th floor residences with garden and city views.  The 6,500 square-foot roof is unlike any other in NYC, with 360 degree unobstructed city views, swimming pool, barbeque and grill, and a 20ft long Azul Aran Granite bar.

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# 4. COLUMBUS SQUARE

808 Columbus Avenue

Developer: Chetrit Group and Stellar Management

Architect: SLCE

Columbus Square is perhaps most revered for its eco-friendly practices, such as the 200 solar panels on the roof and it’s Tri-Gen systems, which recycle a substantial amount of heat and waste to either heat or cool other areas such as the pool or the Whole Foods on the retail level of the building. The building boasts a variety of amenities, including cold storage in the lobby, a four season salt water pool, a resident lounge, media center, professional kitchen with formal dining room, a children’s play room, a fitness center with state of the art equipment, a laundry room, underground garage and two full acres of lawns and gardens.

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# 3. THE BEATRICE

835 Sixth Avenue

Developer: JD Carlisle

Architect: Perkins Eastman

Trendy and chic. One of the latest mixed use developments by JD Carlisle Development Corp, the Beatrice’s 301 impressive luxury rentals occupy the top 30 floors of the sleek, 54-story, Perkins Eastman-designed mixed-use glass tower, situated above Kimpton Hotel & Restaurants’ brand-new Eventi hotel.  Amenities at Beatrice include a state-of-the-art fitness center on the 25th floor with incredible city views on three sides of the building and a separate yoga studio.

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# 2. OHM

312 Eleventh Avenue

Developer: Douglaston Development

Architect: Stephen B. Jacobs Group

These cool, modern, green apartments bring an exciting vibe to West Chelsea.  The stylish lounge features a giant fireplace, billiards table, big screen TV and indoor shuffleboard table, along with the concierge, oversized windows and stackable washer and dryer, of course.

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# 1. THE ASHLEY

400 West 63rd Street

Developer: Extell

Architect: Costas Kondylis & Partners LLP

The Ashley is newly constructed and offers oversized floor plans with palettes of white and wheat with steel and copper accent, creating apartments that are both modern and comfortable. The building offers a 40,000 square foot La Palestra fitness suite, which features a swimming pool, a sauna, indoor rock climbing wall, yoga, pilates and kineses studios and more. The building also boasts a bevy of other amenities, including an indoor bowling alley, a private landscaped courtyard, an indoor playground for children by Kidville, a 24-hour doorman and concierge services by Abigail Michaels.

The Boswyck – 316 Himrod Street

The Boswyck is a luxury apartment rental building located in Bushwick, Brooklyn. This elegant new development introduces modern luxury rental living to the Bushwick section of Brooklyn, offering one and two bedrooms, most with private balconies, and luxurious penthouse residences with exclusive city views.

Units and Pricing

All units at The Boswyck are two bedroom apartments with one bath and 800 square feet. They range in price from $1,650/month to $1,1840/month. The average price per square foot at The Boswyck is a staggeringly low $25.

Features and Amenities

All apartments at the Boswyck have been artfully designed and feature deluxe lifestyle amenities, including: state-of-the-art fitness center, on-site parking, and a communal laundry room. The building is 5 stories high and offers an elevator and bold architecture.The units are large and spacious. All the bedrooms are large enough to fit a king sized bed and they have closets and windows.

Location

Located right next to the L train at Dekalb, your commute is a breeze with the train getting you to NYC in just 20 minutes. The Boswyck sits in Bushwick, which is the cool neighborhood for you artsy folk.

Why You Would Want to Live Here

If you’re young, hip, artsy and don’t mind living in far out Brooklyn, The Boswyck lets get a whole lot luxurious bang for your buck. All units in the building are two bedroom, one bath homes with 800 square feet – ready to be customized to your heart’s content.

Park Towers South – 330 West 58th Street

Park Towers South is a luxury rental building located in Manhattan’s Clinton neighborhood, just on the cusp of Lincoln Square. It is a newly renovated, luxury, high-rise building offering fully renovated, well-appointed apartments and a host of building services to assist in daily living. Park Towers South offers its residents lavish lobbies, 24-hour white-glove doorman service, concierge service, an on-site 24-hour-attended parking garage, and a fully equipped laundry facility. Apartments have hardwood floors and updated kitchens and baths.

Units and Pricing

There are currently three apartments available for rent at Park Towers South, all of which are one bedrooms. Two are 700 square feet, and are priced at $2,850 and $3,100/month, respectively. The other one is 900 square feet and is listed at $3,450/month. The average price per square foot at Park Towers South is $48.

Features and Amenities

Apartments at Park Tower South boast oak parquet hardwood floors, large windows and spacious layouts. They boast newly renovated gourmet kitchens with state-of-the-art appliances; modern baths, too, feature high-caliber finishes. Super-sized closets and oak parquet floors add classic touches to these otherwise modern apartments for rent, and new windows offer impressive Manhattan views. Optional features allow renters at Park Towers South to choose marble or granite baths and windowed kitchens as available.Park Towers South offers its residents lavish lobbies, 24-hour white-glove doorman service, concierge service, an on-site 24-hour-attended parking garage, and a fully equipped laundry facility.

Location

Park Towers South is close to the St. Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital, Lincoln Center and Columbus Circle. The Clinton neighborhood is up and coming and gets better by the second thanks to frequent additions of hip bars, eateries and boutiques There is excellent public transportation and good local shopping in this lively neighborhood. Central Park is half a block away. This area is known for its many restaurants, and it is not far from the Theater District.

Why You Would Want to Live Here

Park Towers South’s 24-hour white-glove doorman service and concierge service offer luxurious conveniences, as do on-site 24-hour-attended parking garage and a fully equipped laundry facility. Park Towers South’s prime midtown location is just a short walk to Central Park and steps from the subway, with loads of luxurious shopping and such cultural destinations as Lincoln Center within easy reach. Clinton as a neighborhood just keeps getting better, and the $48/square foot pricing at Park Towers South ain’t too shabby either. If you’re looking for an affordable but good looking Clinton apartment, this one is a great option

Carnegie Park – 200 East 94th Street

Carnegie Park is situated in one of Manhattan’s most classic residential neighborhoods, the famed Upper East Side. The pet-friendly building is within walking distance of many of the Upper East Side’s major attractions, including the city’s finest museums, bookstores, antique shops, restaurants, and Madison Avenue boutiques.  Carnegie Park’s lobby is concierge-attended 24 hours a day. Many of the apartments at Carnegie Park feature city and river views, and all have access to a landscaped, rooftop sun deck, private children’s playground with tree-house and seating areas, and landscaped sculpture garden. Carnegie Park also offers a  health and fitness club featuring a 50-foot pool and private sun terrace. The Yorkville apartment building offers apartments ranging from studios to three bedrooms.

Units and Pricing
There are currently five rental listings available at Carnegie Park, one of which is a studio apartment and four of which are one bedroom units. The studio unit is listed at $2,450/month while the one bedroom  units range from $2,795 to $3,295/month. Previous rental listings ranged from $2,225/month to $5,895/month. The average price per square foot at Carnegie Park is $51, a reasonable price given the Upper East Side location.
Features and Amenities
Apartments at Carnegie Park feature large windows, full-sized kitchen appliances, bathrooms with marble-top vanities, oak parquet floors, and customized closet space. Granite counters and stainless steel appliances are available in select homes.

Three- bedroom residences showcase gourmet kitchens with granite countertops and stainless steel appliances, 2 to 3 marble baths, separate dining areas, utility rooms with washer/dryer and abundant closet space. Select residences have windowed kitchens with breakfast bars. Select three-bedroom apartments also boast libraries.
Amenities at Carnegie Park include a children’s playroom, a bicycle storage room,  a business and internet lounge, a rooftop sun terrace, a landscaped sculpture garden, a health and fitness center, a heated swimming pool, and a 24-hour attended lobby. Services available include the Related Personal Assistant, in-home package delivery, move-in coordination, electronic payments, resident service specialists and more.
Location
The Upper East Side is a famed neighborhood in Manhattan – historically, it’s where the wealthiest residents of the city have resided. Located just steps from Central Park, Carnegie Park is also a stone’s throw from the neighborhoods many boutiques, bakeries, restaurants and more. Many of the city’s most renowned cultural offerings, from the lectures and readings at The 92nd Street Y to world-class exhibitions at the Guggenheim Museum, The Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Whitney Museum of American Art, are all just a short stroll away.
Why You Would Want to Live Here
Many find the Upper East Side to be stuffy, and perhaps that’s the case, but the reality is that the neighborhood boasts a serene and chic feel that appeals to many a city resident. Carnegie Park offers a bevy of amenities, as well as spacious, well-appointed apartments perfect for young professionals and families alike. The spacious landscaped sculpture garden offers an oasis when Central Park’s Great Lawn gets too crowded, and the fitness center and pool inspire residents to achieve their exercise goals. Carnegie Park isn’t uber-hip, and it’s certainly not in an uber-hip neighborhood, but its prices are reasonable and the residences are perfectly comfortable.