Manhattan House, Iconic Landmark Luxury Condominium on Manhattan’s Upper East Side
Manhattan House, the iconic luxury residential condominium building on Manhattan’s Upper East Side, has been impeccably re-engineered by O’Connor Capital Partners to combine its Modernist heritage with quintessential elements of contemporary living and now features gracious residences available for immediate occupancy.
[USPRwire, Thu Aug 27 2009] Manhattan House, the iconic luxury residential condominium building on Manhattan’s Upper East Side, has been impeccably re-engineered by O’Connor Capital Partners to combine its Modernist heritage with quintessential elements of contemporary living and now features gracious residences available for immediate occupancy.
Located at 200 East 66th Street, Manhattan House was originally designed in 1950 by Pritzker Architecture Prize Laureate architect Gordon Bunshaft of Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, the visionary behind Lever House and 9 West 57th Street. Manhattan House was designated a historic landmark in 2007 by the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission.
Set within private gardens, Manhattan House offers spacious, light-infused, one-to-five bedroom condominium residences, many with multiple exposures, separate bedroom areas, and expansive closet and storage space, as well as fireplaces and private balconies. Residences range in size from approximately 920 square feet to over 3,500 square feet and are priced from $995,000.
“We have strived to enhance the beauty and functionality of the legendary Manhattan House and to infuse amenities and services for today’s homebuyer while preserving the simplicity of Bunshaft’s original aesthetic, which three generations of New Yorkers have lovingly called home,” said Brian Fallon, partner of O’Connor Capital Partners, a privately-owned, independent real estate investment and development firm based in New York City and the sponsor of Manhattan House. “Manhattan House is a superb example of a post-war building built to pre-war specifications.”
O’Connor Capital Partners has equipped residences with custom high-performance acoustic and energy-efficient windows, state-of-the-art heating and cooling systems, washers and dryers, and Verizon FiOS; while the building’s original concrete walls ensure privacy and calm in an urban environment.
Interiors at Manhattan House have been thoughtfully re-designed with solid oak flooring and custom plaster mouldings. Windowed kitchens feature terrazzo floors, Viking Professional Series stainless steel appliances, CaeserStone Lagos Blue countertops, Ann Sacks glass tile backsplashes and custom wood cabinetry. Elegant baths offer Sebastian and/or Zocalo Crème marble and polished chrome fixtures, and master baths of select residences feature radiant floor heating.
The building features full-time doormen, five-star concierge services, and porte-cochere entrances on the tree-lined, two-way 66th Street. Residents also have the luxury of an on-site garage with valet services available from the porte-cochere entrances. Residents enjoy additional amenities and services, including the stunning 10,000-square-foot rooftop level which features the Randall A. Ridless-designed Manhattan Club. With panoramic skyline views, the Manhattan Club features an expansive outdoor terrace and indoor library and lounge for residents’ enjoyment and relaxation, as well as morning coffee, pastries and newspapers. In Fall 2009, an exhale® mind body spa and yoga studio and treatment room will open on the rooftop level.
In addition to the Manhattan Club, Manhattan House offers completed amenities including an exhale® fitness center, Roto Studio-designed children’s playroom and one of Manhattan’s largest private residential gardens. Designed by Sasaki Associates, the Manhattan House gardens recently acquired two significant sculptures, Trinity and Red Gateway, designed by Hans Van de Bovenkamp, an internationally acclaimed Dutch-born sculptor. Van de Bovenkamp is an affirmed Modernist with a particular affection for Gordon Bunshaft and Manhattan House.
“Art has intrinsic, lasting value, and the Hans Van de Bovenkamp sculptures not only help shape the experience of the gardens for the residents of Manhattan House, but also enhance the aesthetics of the broader city landscape,” said Jeremiah O’Connor, founder and managing partner of O’Connor Capital Partners.
Manhattan House is located in the heart of Manhattan’s Upper East Side, offering easy access to the City’s premier cultural institutions, elite private and public schools, Central Park, museums, medical facilities, shopping, and restaurants.
Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group is the exclusive marketing and sales agent, and Anne Young leads onsite marketing and sales.
For more information on Manhattan House or to schedule an appointment, please call 212 566 0660, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit http://www.manhattanhouse.com/.
New York, NY