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Sep 12, 2014

New Construction: UWS | 210 West 77th Street

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210 West 77th Street
 210 West 77th Street

An 18 story, 25 unit 1/2 floor and full floor condominium residences are being designed by Thomas Juul-Hansen for developer The Naftali Group.

Units range in price from $4.9 million to $12 million from 2,058 square feet, for 1/2 floor unit to a  4,919-square-foot 5BR/5.5BA "townhouse" duplex with a 1,280-square-foot terrace. 

There will also be a $10 million full-floor 4BR and a $7.05 million half-floor unit on the 10th floor. 

Building amenities will include a 24-hour doorman, roof terrace, fitness center, party room, and bike storage. The kitchen features Miele appliances, Everest Grey quartzite countertops and backsplashes, white lacquer cabinetry, 2 sinks, a separate wine cooler and a vented overhead fan. All units also have Whirlpool washer/dryers and 5" white oak floors.



Dec 2, 2010

Linden 78 - 230 West 78th Street -Upper West Side

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Linden78 - Located on West 78th Street between Amsterdam Avenue and Broadway.
Residence Features:
  • Expansive Entry Foyers
  • 5" Wide Plank Fumed Oak Flooring
  • Gourmet Eat-in-kitchens with Windowed Breakfast Areas
  • Tall windows opening onto Parisian-style balustrades
  • Ceiling Heights from 9' to 11' feet
  • Individually Controlled Heating and Cooling System
  • Full Size side-by-side Washer and Dryers
  • Extensive walk-in, linen, and oversized carriage-size entry closets
The open kitchens are equipped with Florense eco-friendly cabinetry, Miele and Viking appliances, 54-bottle wine refrigerator, InSinkErator garbage disposal and Insta-hot water dispenser. 


Built in 2007, Linden78 is a full-service 21 story condominium building with 33 apartments, 24/7 concierge, 24-hour attended lobby, onsite resident manager, individual storage units, ground-floor bicycle room, childrens playroom and fitness center opening onto a planted Linden Garden. 

Available apartments range from a 1227 square foot 2 Bedroom 2 bath home for $1,570,000 to a 3060 square foot 8 room 3.5 bath penthouse asking $6,775,000. Three and four bedroom apartments are available from $2,430,000. 

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Feb 13, 2007

New York City Apartment Terminology A-Z

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Manhattan, New York City  Apartment Terminology

Alcove: an area adjoining the living room which can be used for a dining area or be separated or closed off to make a bedroom, den or office.

Classic: in a pre-war building, an apartment which has a formal dining room, and, in a larger apartment, one or two maids' rooms. A "classic 6", for example, is a six-room apartment in a pre-war building that has a living room, formal dining room, two bedrooms, kitchen, maid's room, and 1, 2, or 3 baths. In the larger classics, it is common to find the smaller maids' rooms combined into one larger room. Frequently, pre-war buildings have been gutted and "rehabbed," but room counts and layouts will usually be listed according to their original configuration.

Convertible, Flex or Junior: an apartment with an alcove off the living room which can be converted to another bedroom or used as a dining area. A "convertible two-bedroom" or "flex two" is a one-bedroom apartment with a large alcove and one or two bathrooms.

Duplex: Two floors in an apartment.


Flex: see "convertible" or "junior"


Floor Plan: Apartment layout

Floor-through: A whole floor of a building. Usually in brownstones and townhouses. 


Foyer: Entry Hallway    

Furnished Units: apartments, which are fully equipped with furniture and amenities. Such apartments are for long or short term lease.

Junior:  a "junior 4" would be a potential 4- room apartment: (original 3.5 rooms) living room, bedroom, kitchen, and alcove area (bathroom is not counted as a room). a"junior 1" would be a potential 3 -room apartment: living room with alcove (original 2.5 rooms)


Loft area: sometimes found in an apartment with high ceilings. It is typically an area, accessible by ladder or small staircase, which has been built for storage or as an extra sleeping or living area.

Loft: Large open space usually in a converted industrial building.


Maid's Room: Small Room for Maid. Can be used as office, small bedroom, laundry room.

Mini Loft: New millenium name for studio without an alocove.

One-bedroom: A one-bedroom is a three-room apartment (kitchen, living room, and bedroom). A one-bedroom with a windowed alcove large enough to be a bedroom is called a "junior 4 (4 rooms), "flex 2" or "convertible 2" (convertible to two bedrooms).

Penthouse: Top floor of building can be any size apartment, usually has outdoor space.

Pied-a-terre: An apartment in NYC that is not the owner's primary residence it is the owners NYC apartment.

Simplex: One floor in an apartment (flat)

Studio: a studio is a two-room apartment (the kitchen is considered one room). An "alcove studio" is a studio with an alcove for dining or sleeping. A studio with a windowed alcove large enough to be a bedroom can be referred to as a "junior one-bedroom" or "junior 3" (three rooms).

Triplex: Three floors in an apartment.

Two-bedroom: a two-bedroom can be a four, five or six-room apartment. A "flex 3" or "convertible 3" is a two-bedroom apartment with space for an additional room (third bedroom, dining room, den, maid's room, homeoffice, etc.)

Three -Bedroom and up: a three bedroom or four bedroom apartment.


New York City Building Terminology

 
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