101 West is a pre-war conversion, with revived interiors to feature a modern facade and interior with historical motifs. Stephen Sills, renowned for his aesthetic designs, has reimagined these condo residences that stand directly across the road from the American Museum of Natural History. The building stands 7 stories tall, with a total of eight 2 to 5 bedrooms. Available residences start from $1.60MM, enjoying a lobby and gracious amenity spaces.
The large windows of grandly proportioned rooms have gas fireplaces in some residences. The kitchen enjoys a collection of antique brass hardware and cabinetry with a white, hand-finished touch, while the bathrooms exhibit carefully conceived sinks, fittings, and accessories, which are a blend of Waterworks and Stephen Sills custom-designed mill-work. The lengthy list of amenities includes a 24-hour attended lobby, bicycle storage, fitness center, playroom, and a private storage room available for purchase.
This very handsome, red-brick, 7-story building at 101 West 78th Street on the northwest corner at Columbus Avenue was in the process of being converted from a 44-unit rental apartment building to a residential condominium with 24 units in 2015.
The converter is Newcastle Realty Services of which Margaret Streicher Porres is president. It had bought the building in 2012 for about $85 million.
Stephen Sills is the interior designer for the conversion.
The building was erected in 1998 and for many years it was known as the Evelyn. It is in the Central Park West Historic District.
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