A Beaux-Arts style building will rise on the Upper East Side’s 79th Street, the block’s first condo

Posted On Tue, October 17, 2017 By

Posted On Tue, October 17, 2017 By In Architecture, Design, Manhattan, Upper East Side

27 East 79th Street, renderings courtesy of Adellco

The Upper East Side‘s 79th Street, stretching between Madison and Fifth Avenues, remains known for its architecturally beautiful 19th and early 20th-century homes. Now, as CityRealty learned, the stretch of street will soon gain its first condominium at 27 East 79th Street, also the block’s first new building in 40 years. The Parisian-inspired, 15-story building will have interiors designed by Cabinet Albert Pinto, whose trademark style mixes old-world luxury with modern design. The firm’s previous clients include the French President and royal families of Saudi Arabia and Qatar. Albert Pinto’s team, run by Linda Pinto, will be working with local firm, HTO Architects.

27 East 79th Street, Beaux-Arts, condos

27 East 79th Street, Beaux-Arts, condos

The building will be covered with a warm limestone, which complements the detailed iron grillwork and oversized windows. The ground level boasts a domed marquee, with Juliet balconies above.

27 East 79th Street, Beaux-Arts, condos

27 East 79th Street, Beaux-Arts, condos

27 East 79th Street, Beaux-Arts, condos

The luxurious condominium will include eight total residences, that all feature white oak parquet de Versailles flooring, custom moldings and large windows. The building will have duplexes, a townhouse and full-floor residences.

Residents will have access to state-of-the-art kitchen appliances like a French La Cornue range and Miele appliances. Alberto Pinto custom designed the room’s millwork. The master bedroom is decorated with custom moldings and wide plank white oak flooring.

Located near Museum Mile and Central Park, the condo at 27 East 79th Street offers residents historic New York City as its backyard. Sales at will soon begin, with homes starting at $5.3 million.

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