More than a year has past since we were treated to the first rendering of the COOKFOX-designed condo tower planned for Midtown East, and now developer CBSK Ironstate is preparing to launch sales this spring. A teaser site is up, and the marketing team sends word that pricing for the 57 units will begin at $1.5 million. The LEED-seeking building at 301 East 50th Street will rise 29 stories, and feature a limestone facade and French modernist-inspired interiors, all designed by COOKFOX.
East Village gem The Jefferson is about to get a sophisticated sister with an address uptown. Designed by COOKFOX, the architecture firm behind The Jefferson, new luxury condominium tower 301 East 50th Street is about to change the way Manhattanites see Midtown. The limestone tower's 57 units, which range from one to four bedrooms, with two full-floor penthouses, will bring not only grace but green living to a central Manhattan neighborhood, with its eco-friendly building materials and energy-saving solutions. And for those more interested in amenities, 301 East 50th delivers--and then some--with landscaped terraces, a gym and wellness center, sauna, steam room, and even a tea lounge all residing under the building's lushly planted roof.
New York's sustainable living movement is getting a fashionable facelift, thanks to Manhattan's newest and most coveted address. COOKFOX's Midtown tower, 301 East 50th Street, only launched sales in late May, but potential residents are already clamoring to get a piece of the eco-friendly action served up by this modern luxury home. Using environmentally conscious materials that help keep the building cool in the summer and warm in the winter as well as offering up amenities from a tea lounge to a gym and wellness center, it's no wonder 301 East 50th's homes are the hottest ticket in town.
Midtown East may have a reputation as a destination for commerce and diplomacy, home to everything from international banking to the United Nations, but the addition of the new luxury tower at 301 East 50th Street is about to transform it into a vision of architectural excellence. The 57-unit luxury tower, designed by world-renowned architecture firm COOKFOX, is a welcoming addition to the area. The building’s limestone façade brings a sleek-yet-subtle look into a neighborhood steeped in old-world charm. The residences, which range from one to four bedrooms, are similarly surrounded by amenities, from the building's fitness center to its tea lounge, all wrapped up in an eco-friendly package with pending LEED Gold certification.
Manhattanites with an eye for design are buzzing about Midtown's latest masterpiece, COOKFOX's elegant and eco-friendly limestone and zinc stunner 301 East 50th Street. The 29-story luxury condo building puts a stylish face on sustainability in each of its 57 residences, from its one-bedrooms to its full-floor penthouses. Employing energy-efficient materials to lessen heating and cooling costs, showcasing a rooftop garden to absorb and make use of the area's ample sunlight, and offering filtered water and air in each residence, 301 East 50th is changing the face of modern environmentalism, one home at a time.