Move-ins Begin at 32-story Luxury Manhattan Condo

New York–Residents have begun closing out and moving into the 32-story luxury condominium tower, Avery, located on Riverside South between 64th and 65th Streets. Designed by New York-based SLCE Architects, Avery’s 274 one-, two- and three-bedroom condominiums are priced from approximately $900,000 to more than $3 million.New York-based Extell Development Co. is the developer of Avery, situated steps away from the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts in Manhattan.Avery will provide amenities including a 30-person screening theater and a game room featuring a tournament-style billiards table, a private landscaped courtyard, a library equipped with 24-hour WiFi access and an adaptable entertainment lounge. The building also features an onsite garage and a fitness center that overlooks a large children’s playroom. Each condominium will feature beautiful combinations of stone, porcelain and glass. Kitchens will include either Brazilian Cherry or Doussie Tinto wood flooring with ribbed aluminum upper cabinets complemented by a selection of wood-veneer lower cabinets, granite or stone countertops with glass-tile backsplashes, and Sub-Zero and Miele appliances. Master baths will have St. Croix limestone tiling with Travertine counter tops while secondary baths will include Mélange porcelain tiling with honed limestone counter tops. Kitchens and baths will boast fixtures by Waterworks, Toto and Kohler. All homes will also have stacked washer/dryer units.As part of an exclusive package, residents will receive special memberships with discounts on programs and access to the Lincoln Center’s patrons’ desk.In addition, Lincoln Center will come to Avery’s in-house theater and lounge areas with monthly performances from musicians, actors and singers and will offer “Meet the Artist” programs.“We are thrilled to welcome the first families to the Avery,” says Gary Barnett, president of Extell.