Manhattan's Upper East Side continues to be one of the most well-to-do places in New York City. For the month of September, the property industry has seen a growing number of residential developments in the area. Two of the newest ones are Carnegie Park and 1110 Park Avenue, both in the affluent neighborhood of Carnegie Hill.
Carnegie Park on 200 East 94th Street was originally launched as a rental building in 1987. But based on the filing with the state attorney general's office, property giant Related Companies now aims to convert the 345,00 square foot tower into a luxury condo with 339 units for sale.
Unit types include studio, one-bedroom, two-bedroom, three-bedroom, and convertible four-bedroom apartments. Some of the place's amenities are a landscaped rooftop terrace, fitness center, and 50-foot swimming pool. Carnegie Park is also pet friendly, and within walking distance to some of the city's popular museums, antique shops, bookshops, and restaurants.
As for 1110 Park Avenue, a project by Toll Brothers City Living, it has already provided a full set of renderings and floor plans on its official website. The high-end condo will only have nine apartments, and depending on the unit chosen, there are 3-5 bedrooms and bathrooms in each. Unit sizes range from 2,850 to 7,000 square feet, and one will find a full-floor, duplex, or triplex layout. The floor plan for the penthouse, however, has not yet been released.
Each residence at 1110 Park Avenue has a spacious balcony, keyed elevator access, herringbone fumed oak flooring, mahogany paneling, and ceilings that span over 10 feet. Also, all the apartments feature a Christopher Peacock kitchen with hand-painted cabinets, marble counters, as well as Wolf and Gaggenau appliances. Meanwhile, the bathrooms come with shell mosaic floors, onyx vanity tops, Bianco Dolomiti marble, rain showers, and freestanding tubs. Aside from 24-hour doorman and concierge services, the condo also has a gym, wine cellar, private wine lockers, and on-site storage rooms.
According to the attorney general's office, the condo offering plan for 1110 Park Avenue was approved in July. As of August, the total offering price was at $179.95 million.