With 2 residences available at $15.95 MM and $25.95MM, 1110 Park Avenue is Barry Rice's vision of a newly constructed luxury property. This boutique building is the perfect example for a blend of style and elegance, due to its infusion of Indiana limestone and oak to give a spectacular combination of diverse designs and textures. The kitchens of these full-floor, duplex, and triplex residences are expansive and designed by Christopher Peacock to showcase the vitality of an enhanced and convenient lifestyle.
What makes this property stand out is its collection of en-suite baths in every bedroom and its finest quality of life offered due to the many amenities that it has to offer. A 24-hour doorman and concierge service, a private keyed elevator entry, access to bicycle storage, a fitness center and a classic wine cellar are a few.
This handsome, 16-story, mid-block, apartment building at 1110 Park Avenue between 89th and 90thStreets is a project of Toll Brothers City Living, which also erected the similar Touraine Building on the southeast corner of 65th Street and Lexington Avenue.
When completed in 2015, this limestone-clad building will have only 9 condominium apartments.
Toll’s other buildings in Manhattan include One Ten Third and 400 Park Avenue South.
Barry Rice is the architect. He also designed 21 East 96th Street on the northwest corner at Madison Avenue.
It is the latest of several buildings that are filling in some of the few remaining “holes” in the avenue’s street-wall. Other recent “in-fill” buildings include 1055, 989 and 949 Park Avenue.
This project was topped out shortly before the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission created the Park Avenue Historic District in April, 2014 that extends from79th to 94th Streets. The Upper East Side Historic District includes Park Avenue from 62nd to 79th Street and the Carnegie Hill Historic District includes Park Avenue from 91st to 95th Streets.
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