Manhattan Skyline’s Luxury Condo is Sold Out
- Jun 12, 2013
New York—Manhattan Skyline, the developer of New York condominium building The Story House, announced that the community is already sold out. The most recent sale was for the top floor penthouse for $4.25 million.
The nine-story building is located at 36 East 22nd Street and was the former office of Frederick Warne and Company, a British children’s publishing company most famous for the works of Beatrix Potter. Design firm Steven B. Jacobs Group updated the design to make it fit for condominiums.
The floor plans for The Story House range in size from 2,155 to 2,217 square feet and include two-bedroom plus den and three bathroom units and three-bedroom and three bathroom units.
Apartments include Danish Black Oak hardwood floors, 9-13-foot ceilings, Bosh washers and dryers, open gourmet kitchens, a gas fireplace and individually controlled air conditioners. Additionally the elevators are privately keyed to allow direct access to apartments.
Amenities include Cyberdoorman—a 24/7 security system—and access to Manhattan Skyline’s Sky’s the Limit concierge service. There is also discounted 24-hour attended parking.
“We are thrilled with what we have accomplished at The Story House,” Laurie Zucker, principal at Manhattan Skyline, says. “We successfully created modern-day fairy-tale condominiums boasting elegance and luxury down to every last detail. Coupled with the unbeatable location on a beautiful tree-lined street located in Flatiron, one of the city’s most exciting neighborhoods, we are proud to have given buyers dream homes beyond their expectations.”