Duplex at Manhattan Boutique Condominium Created by Robert A.M. Stern Architects Hits Sector for $21.6 Million

A duplex residence at a boutique luxury household developing made by Robert A.M. Stern Architects on Manhattan’s Higher East Aspect is coming onto the current market Monday for $21.6 million, Mansion World wide has figured out.

Spanning the14th and 15th floors of the 20-tale jewel box found on Madison Avenue among 88th and 89th streets, the property attributes higher ceilings and sights of Central Park and the Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Reservoir, according to the developer, CBSK Ironstate, a partnership of CB Developers, SK Development and Ironstate. 

The duplex has 6,566 sq. feet of inside room and a 184-sq.-foot terrace.

The developing is the smallest multifamily residential building in Manhattan to day by Robert A.M. Stern Architects, which is powering supertall towers including 15 Central Park West, 520 Park Avenue, and 220 Central Park South.

“We have developed a setting up with a individuality all its personal, but 1 that grows out of the traditions of the Higher East Aspect and the eclectic architectural spirit of Carnegie Hill,” Paul L. Whalen, a Husband or wife at Robert A.M. Stern Architects, said in a statement.

The building’s symmetrical facade features classical motifs like columns and arches. The lobby has white oak-paneled walls, mosaic European-stone flooring, and a gold-leaf chandelier. The building’s inside is designed by Kelly Behun Studio.

The condominium developing gives an more 13 entire-floor residences and an extra duplex penthouse. Along with this duplex, units on the third ground, ninth ground and 11th ground will be unveiled currently, with rates starting from $7.95 million.

There is a communal rooftop terrace with panoramic sights of Central Park, and midtown and downtown Manhattan skylines. In addition, all residences will have accessibility to a white oak-clad exercise middle with a separate teaching studio.

The setting up, located in walking distance to Central Park, museums and many of Manhattan’s elite private universities, is slated for occupancy in the third quarter of 2021.