Last remaining duplexes released at Apple Bank.
The duplex residences were designed to evoke spacious townhouse-like living on the seventh and eighth floors.
Each residence has an entry foyer, spacious living/dining room, charming staircase to the second floor and a private enclosed roof terrace. Each unit features high ceilings and massive, sound-insulated windows. The upstairs master suites have master baths, deep soaking tubs and an unprecedented amount of closet space.
Every unit has a generous laundry room with a washer and dryer in addition to a separate linen closet. Ranging in size from 2,198 to 3,256 s/f and in priced from $4.085-$6.0 million, each top floor duplex unit was designed with architecturally unique features and room combinations by SLCE Architects.
"Unlike so many pre war conversions, homes in The Apple Bank Building do not follow cookie-cutter shapes," said Karen Duncan, director of sales. "These unique top floor duplex units were designed to combine form and function rarely found in new developments on the UWS. The interest we've seen in The Apple Bank Building's residences has been incredible. We have signed contracts on 75% of the units, with just eight units left to sell. More than half of the closed units are already occupied."
This landmark building's seventh and eight floors above the grand banking hall, and still home to The Apple Bank, have been transformed into duplex condominium homes ready for immediate occupancy. The development was designed to carefully maintain the architecturally unique details of the structure's original design, while meticulously carving out vast living spaces that lend to today's contemporary family life styles.
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|Publication:||Real Estate Weekly|
|Date:||Jun 20, 2007|
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