The Parkwood

31 E 28TH ST, NEW YORK, NY, 10016

Alan Tanksley
HJ Development, LLC

Building Description

A pre-war condominium conversion that appeals to those who enjoy elegant quality without obnoxious frills, The Parkwood at 31 East 28th Street is a New York City condo listing of classy understatement and a peaceful atmosphere. Featuring 22 custom lofts in an ornate Beaux Arts building, finely-wrought materials and a thoughtful design, the condos of The Parkwood marry the amenities of a new loft with the privacy of a townhouse, creating a homey and luxurious condominium listing in a quiet neighborhood of midtown Manhattan.   The design of the condos of The Parkwood emphasize the kitchens and bathrooms, two areas of the apartments in which residents tend to spend a lot of time. An airy kitchen features heavy-gauge, state-of-the-art hardware and cabinetry with polished nickel bullet hinges for a touch of classical luxury. Gray ceramic tiles set vertically in the master bath, where windows behind the tub face brick walls for both privacy and sunlight. Private, keyed elevators take residents straight to their condos with minimal fuss, opening to doors with ribbed glass transoms. With an eye for the finest details and considerate design, the apartments at 31 East 28th Street are a marvel of peace and comfort.   The amenities of The Parkwood continue that dedication to a homey aesthetic. The lobby features tasteful mosaic floors with inset gold swirls, while apartments have converted their fire escapes into 100-foot landscaped terraces for views of Manhattan. Virtual doorman service completes this picture of 31 East 28th Street, a pre-war condominium conversion of tasteful elegance and privacy in the heart of bustling Manhattan.

Building Amenities

  • cold storage
  • concierge
  • doorman
  • pied-a-terre allowed
  • rooftop deck
  • sublets allowed
  • washer/dryer allowed
Alan Tanksley
HJ Development, LLC


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Nearby Transportation

Park Ave & 28th St (1 min walk)

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Subway data provided by NYC Open Data.


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