The Morgan Lofts, a pre-war conversion at 11 East 36th Street, appear strikingly tall for a 12-story building due to the building's magnificent facade. While lofts are normally associated with many buildings in Soho and other parts of downtown Manhattan, Morgan Lofts may help change that image. The building is beautifully integrated into the Murray Hill neighborhood of Midtown East. Each residence in the building was handcrafted and offers touches of luxury that add an air of elegance to the condominiums.
Luxury in the Morgan Lofts starts at the front door of every condominium. Residents are welcomed to their apartments by eight-foot solid core doors. One they step inside onto the wide plank oak floors, more luxury awaits as the interior was created by famed designer Andres Escobar. In the kitchen there are Sub-Zero, Bosch, and Kupperbusch appliances in addition to a wine cooler and an LCD television. Bathrooms have a big Neptune tubs sitting atop the limestone floor. Most buildings with high ceilings have ones that are 10 feet tall. However, the Morgan Lofts goes way above and beyond that. The condominiums in the building all have 12' 6” ceilings making each and every apartment feel huge.
Columns at the top of the building are the one of the highlights of the rooftop deck; the other of which is the view of Manhattan. As with any luxury building, the Morgan Lofts have a 24 hour concierge and a 24 hour doorman. The Morgan Lofts also feature a top-of-the-line workout facility. There is also a bi-weekly housekeeping service within the building. With a rare opportunity to own a stunning loft in Murray Hill, it is no surprise that the Morgan Lofts have been incredibly popular since they were converted in 2005.