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L’Ecole, 212 East 47th Street


212  East 47th Street

This small Midtown neighborhood, Turtle Bay, is an exclusive one with the Chrysler Building and United Nations Headquarters within its boundaries.  Extell Development converted the former rental building, known as L’Ecole, into condos in 2007. Well known in Manhattan for their upscale developments 212 East 47th Street mirrors their proclivity toward fine finishing, quality craftsmanship and plentiful amenities.


The 35-story  building has 261 one , two and three-bedroom luxury apartment homes. Named for distinction of having the most prized New York area code, “212,” its location, beautiful  interiors and great amenities certainly measure up to its name. The pricing for these units are attractive for such an illustrious address.


There are three different design packages that offer a choice of flooring, cabinetry walls and, finishing. All are of the finest quality such as natural wood with white granite countertops and marble backsplashes. Baths have Tabu wood vanities and Mayorca limestone counters.


One of the best amenities of this luxury  building is its very large and gorgeously landscaped rooftop terrace. It’s the perfect “escape” for relaxing, rejuvenating and/or enjoying after-hours get-together with breathtaking , panoramic cityscape views- there’s 3,000 square feet to view some of Manhattan’s most recognizable icons, the Chrysler Building , Bank of America Tower and the East River.


Some units have balconies (and terraces as large as 119 square feet), some offering triple river views and his/her custom-built closets in the master bedrooms.  There are generous-sized common areas (but very recognizable common charges) such as resident lounge, fitness center, rooftop garden  and onsite parking.


Neighborhood : Midtown East


Midtown Manhattan is the busiest single commercial district in the United States and ranks among the most intensely used pieces of real estate in the world. Read more…


Source: Streeteasy.com

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