Lightstone announces topping out of 40 East End Ave residences

Lightstone 40 East End Ave

National real estate investor and developer Lightstone announced the topping out of 40 East End Avenue, a 100,000-square foot luxury condominium planned for Manhattan’s Upper East Side. Lightstone broke ground on the 18-story development in summer of 2017 and is set to begin sales this spring. A true boutique condominium, 40 East End will feature 29 unique homes of two, three, four, and five bedrooms spread across 18 stories. It will include a beautiful maisonette with rear courtyard, duplex residences, full floor residences with direct elevator access, and a triplex penthouse with full private rooftop. All homes at 40 East End will have outdoor space, as well as spectacular views overlooking the East River and Manhattan skyline.

“40 East End is a special building, one that showcases the highest design and with a true focus on finish details,” said Lightstone President Mitchell Hochberg. “Every home at 40 East End has been meticulously designed with all the interior finishes privately sourced and handpicked.”

Upon completion, 40 East End will also offer an array of amenities and building services for residents, including a full-time doorman concierge, private porte-cochère, double-height resident lounge, library, catering kitchen, game room, state-of-the-art fitness center, and private climate-controlled tenant storage rooms.

The project is an architectural collaboration between world-renowned and award-winning architects Deborah Berke Partners and Gerner Kronick + Valcarcel, Architects.

Deborah Berke holds the prestigious positon of Dean of the Yale School of Architecture. Her firm has been recognized for its innovative work in creating strong and elegant public and private spaces, with a specialty in luxury condominiums and chic urban hotel.

The development is conveniently located within walking distance of Carl Schurz Park and a wide array of neighborhood amenities and educational and cultural institutions.

Lightstone, founded by David Lichtenstein, is one of the largest and most diversified privately held real estate companies in the United States. Lightstone is active in 28 states across the country, developing, managing and investing in all sectors of the real estate market, including residential, hospitality, commercial, and retail. With over 176 existing properties, Lightstone’s $3 billion portfolio currently includes over 6 million square feet of office, retail and industrial commercial properties, over 15,000 residential units, and 3,700 hotel keys. Lightstone also owns over 12,000 land lots across the country.

Discover more on this website

Parc Station, luxury community in Hollywood, Flori... Pinnacle Housing Group has announced the sale of the new luxury rental community Parc Station in Hollywood, Florida, a joint venture with RAM. This $90.275 million sale transfers ownership of this 336 unit Class-A rental community by Stationside Partners, LLC (controlled by R...
London tops global real estate investment despite ... London ranked as the top city for global real estate investment in 2017 according to research published by JLL, indicating Brexit uncertainty didn't hamstring real estate investment as had been feared. The figures highlight investment in London increased by 35% from 2016 ...
Magnolia Capital enters Chicago market aquiring Va... Magnolia Capital has acquired the 270-unit apartment high-rise, Vantage Oak Park, near Chicago, IL. Built in 2016, the asset is the first portfolio property in the Chicago market for Magnolia Capital and sixth acquisition for the growing real estate investment firm. CBRE's lo...
Nukondo App was launched at eMerge Americas 2018 Nukondo, a new real estate tech platform focused in new condominium projects, has released its app issue during eMerge 2018, showcasing the top new developments in Miami, the pilot market. "Every new condominium project is in essence a startup. Nukondo is to new condominium bu...
Share This Post On

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This