December 5, 2014
A “dream” duplex home — created by combining three separate apartments comprising the entire 16th floor, along with a large portion of the 15th floor, at the Naftali Group’s distinctive 20-story condominium tower at 234 East 23rd Street — has gone to contract for over $8.5 million.
The charismatic building is now over 80% sold and is experiencing growing interest due to its beautifully designed and executed interior finishes, spectacular views of the Manhattan skyline and its hotel-inspired amenities and lounge spaces.
“The buyer of the recently signed duplex lives in the Gramercy neighborhood and was determined to stay, but wanted to be in a full service building with great views for his growing family. Luckily we had three apartments adjacent to each other that he was able to combine. The final configuration is absolutely fantastic,” said Alexa Lambert, Executive Vice President of Stribling Marketing Associates, which is marketing the development.
“We’ve also recently released the penthouse, which has a beautiful layout and features a beautiful outdoor loggia leading up to a huge private roof deck with expansive views of the city in every direction.”
Prices for the remaining residences start at $1.4 million for a one-bedroom and go to $2.9 million for a three bedroom and $5.975 million for the 2,302 square-foot penthouse with additional outdoor space.