Open House Roundup: Saturday and Sunday, 11/21–11/22

Written By Serena Horrigan | November 20, 2015 | Published in Elegran Insider
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The Cambridge Club (56 Pine St): A landmarked Romanesque-revival condo building in the heart of the Financial District

Open House: Saturday 11/21, 11am–12pm

Located in the ever vibrant Financial District, 56 Pine Street was built in 1894 as an office building and is known for its beautiful facade of brick, stone, and terracotta, with inset arched windows and intricate floral Byzantine-style embellishments. It was named a city landmark in 1997 and placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2003. It was converted to luxury residences in 2005.

Apartment 5C is a beautifully designed 1-bedroom with high ceilings, high-gloss dark wood flooring, abundant closet space, and central air and heating. The open kitchen features dark wood cabinetry and state-of-the-art appliances. The white tiled bathroom offers ample space and minimalist chic.

The luxury amenities package in this elevator, doorman building include a live-in super, concierge, media room, laundry, and fully-renovated gym. Pieds-a-terre are welcome.

No open house appointment required. Please contact Gino Caropreso with inquiries.

212 E 48th Street: A co-op building with pre-war charm in quiet Turtle Bay

Open House: Sunday 11/22, 11:30am–12:30pm

Located on a sublime, tree-lined street in Turtle Bay, 212 E 48th Street is close to the East River Park and esplanade and is near all the culture and shopping of Midtown South and Sutton Place.

Apartment 7C is a 1,100 sqft 2-bedroom featuring a grand entry foyer, high ceilings, and classic pre-war accents. The modern kitchen has an eat-in dining nook while the fully-renovated, windowed bath features black veined marble. A custom hardwood, built-in wine bar adds sophistication and value to the stately living room.

212 E 48th Street is a full-service, pet-friendly building. Pieds-a-terres and co-purchasers welcome.

No open house appointment required. Please contact Gino Caropreso with inquiries.

310 West 56th Street: A full-service luxury co-op building steps from Columbus Circle and The Hudson River Park

Open House: Sunday 11/22, 1:30–3:30pm

310 W 56th Street is a mid-rise, full-service co-op in Midtown North.

Apartment 12E is a spacious alcove studio with an abundance of natural light. There is intricate crown molding, newly laid wide-plank flooring throughout, and top-of-the-line stainless steel appliances. The windowed kitchen has a solid marble breakfast bar, and the bedroom offers ample light from an abundance of windows. The studio’s crown jewel is the 400 sqft wraparound terrace, which offers the perfect space for entertaining or for curling up on a deck lounge chair with a glass of wine while taking in the breathtaking city skyline.

The luxury amenities package in this elevator building includes a full-time doorman, gardens, laundry room, and private storage.

No open house appointment needed. Please contact Daniel Chun or Elijah Brown with inquiries.


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