Appollo's glass tower latest 'must have' home.
A commanding presence located between 59th and 60th streets, 10 West End Avenue offers a new definition of home.
Residents will expand their horizons in an environment of pure style when 10 West End Avenue opens in spring 2007.
Terraces, balconies and floor-to-ceiling windows reaching up to 11 feet will effortlessly merge the indoors and outdoors, offering panoramas of the Hudson River while enhancing the generous scale of every residence.
Celebrated designer, Nick Dine, has created majestic interiors and his impressively scaled lobby will provide a soothing welcome with honey onyx mosaic walls, bleached woods and backlit glass.
An elegant canopied entrance, fine-art photography, a concierge and a doorman will create gracious first impressions.
A thoughtfully planned wellness environment will feature a fitness center and a glass-enclosed 50-foot pool. A bicycle room will simplify carefree cycling along Hudson River Park.
A unique children's Activity Center will provide a unique place for learning, discovery and fun.
The property will boast a cold-storage facility and convenient on-premise resident parking with valet service.
10 West End Avenue will be pre-wired for telecommunications.
10 West Avenue, designed by SLCE Architects, is rising in close proximity to the Time Warner Center and Lincoln Center.
Developed by Apollo Real Estate Advisors, the development partner of Time Warner Center, and Cambridge Development and Construction, 10 West End Avenue will feature 173 residences that range from approximately 750 to 2,600 s/f and will be priced from approximately $750,000 to $4.5 million.
The exclusive sales and marketing agent for the property is The Sunshine Group, Ltd.
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|Title Annotation:||Residential Marketing & Brokerage; Apollo Real Estate Advisors L.P.'s new condominium|
|Publication:||Real Estate Weekly|
|Date:||May 24, 2006|
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