Friday, August 12 2022

Brown Harris Stevens announced the launch of 115 East 55, a 58-unit rental building in New York City. The complex will offer condominium quality finishes and boutique amenities where Midtown meets Upper East.

According to a statement, the newly constructed 18-story building was designed for Zeckendorf Development Services by SLCE Architects. The design is a tribute to Park Avenue’s pre-war charm that meets the modern needs of today’s tenant, the company said. Units range from one to four bedrooms and prices start at $5,000 per month. Joshua Young, executive vice president, general manager of sales and leasing at Brown Harris Stevens, handles leasing and marketing.

“115 East 55 finally brings much-needed new rental inventory to one of New York’s most coveted neighborhoods,” Young said. “Residents have access to beautiful apartments with condo-quality finishes, a 5-star set of amenities, and all close to Central Park, Billionaire’s Row, and the city’s best shopping and dining.”

Most units at 115 East 55 have outdoor space in the form of balconies or Juliet terraces. Each apartment features Italian marble bathrooms, hardwood floors, custom-designed kitchens with built-in islands, wine fridge, built-in Bosch fridge and stainless steel Bosch appliances. Upper floors include Gaggeneau ovens and side-by-side refrigerators. The crown jewel of the building are the four 4-bedroom, 4-bathroom penthouses with views of Park Avenue, the statement said.

Facilities include a fitness center, 24-hour lobby with a circular coffered ceiling and hand-poured terrazzo floors, a ‘secret’ outdoor garden, a conference room, a meeting and an intimate lounge for residents.

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