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New Construction:The Centurion- 33 West 56th St.

Sales have begun at The Centurion a new luxury 19 story condominium in midtown west.

The world's first residential residence designed by renowned architects I.M. Pei and son Sandi Pei.

The Centurion will be the first residential project in Manhattan by I.M. Pei in decades. Among other projects in Manhattan, he has designed the Four Seasons Hotel, The Jacob Javits Center and the Kips Bay Towers complex.

The building is crafted entirely of the finest French limestone. The entire faade rests on a base of dark gray Jet Mist granite. Formed by a succession of setbacks and a symmetrical arrangement of five double-height windows.

The 48 condominium residences offer 1, 2, 3, and 4 bedroom apartments ranging in size from 750 to 3400 square feet with prices ranging from $2,800,000 to $12,000,000.

The building features a 24-hour attended garage, private fitness center, and an On-Premise Resident's Personal Assistant.

The rear of the building will have a courtyard with waterfall.
Occupancy is expected for January 2009.

The Centurion will be the first residential project in Manhattan by I.M. Pei in decades. Among other projects in Manhattan, he has designed the Four Seasons Hotel, The Jacob Javits Center and the Kips Bay Towers complex.

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1 comment:

  1. AnonymousJuly 02, 2008

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