551 West 21st

 

Overlooking the Hudson River in West Chelsea with a private gated drive court, 551 West 21st Street provides an urbane setting in one of the most vibrant and sought after neighborhoods in the world.  The building is 9 stories tall with 44 exceptional residences. 

Exquisitely crafted by the master architects of Foster + Partners, 551 West 21st Street features a private, gated drive court surrounded by a twenty foot green wall and a dramatic, awe-inspiring thirty-four foot, double height lobby with grand chandelier. Additional amenities include full-time doormen and a concierge, porter and valet services, a state-of-the-art fitness center with a his and her spa, yoga room, residents' lounge, children's play room, parking* for the residents, bike storage, a live-in super and a dedicated, separate service entry. 

 

This project's model required 48 loads of lighting.  The miniBrite system is given commands by a 3rd party control system which controls both miniBrite and other aspects of the sales center. 

Oceana Bal Harbour

 

What was once the famous Bal Harbour Club will become the spectacular all-new Oceana Bal Harbour – a condominium paradise defined by complete flow-through residences and unobstructed views of South Florida beaches, the Atlantic, Biscayne Bay, and city highlights like the Bal Harbour Shops.

 

Just inside the main entrance, the art of sculptor, Jeff Koons, captivates with “Pluto and Proserpina” and its appearance of liquid gold. Breathtaking floor-to-ceiling windows and extra-deep balconies frame a world of natural perfection: manicured park spaces, idyllic marinas, picturesque sidewalk cafes, chic shops, and some of South Florida’s most gorgeous beaches.  Filled with attention to detail and yet remarkably understated.

 

The property will feature 28 Floors with 240 oceanfront units divided into 25 floors of mixed 1, 2, 3 & 4 bedrooms apartments, with maid quarters*, plus 1 floor with 4 Penthouse and 2 floors with 4 Duplex Upper-Penthouses. Prices start at $2 million.

 

This project's model required 288 loads of lighting.  The miniBrite system is given commands by a 3rd party control system which controls both miniBrite and other aspects of the sales center. 

 

Skyview Park, Phase 2

 

Sky View Parc is one of the largest mixed-use developments in New York City and cost an estimated $1 Billion to build.  The development sits in tandem with a 800,000 sqft. shopping mall below. Sky View Parc ranked No. 2 on Propertyshark.com’s list of “Best Selling Buildings of 2012". 

 

Fashion, function and Feng Shui live in every detail. Conceived by award-winning architectural design firm, Perkins Eastman, Sky View Parc features amazing views of Manhattan.  Residents of Sky View Parc enjoy a 24-hour staffed lobby and concierge service, indoor valet parking, an on-site property management company and private elevator access to Sky View Center, Flushing's premier shopping and dining destination.  Additional amenities include tennis and basketball courts, a stunning 8,000-square-foot residents’ health club and spa, Sky View Parc Club.  The Club includes a state-of-the-art fitness center featuring saunas and steam rooms, an entertainment lounge and a themed children’s playroom.


“…numerous other developers are following Sky View Parc’s lead.” – New York Post
 

This project's model required 860 loads of lighting.  The miniBrite system is given commands by a 3rd party control system which controls both miniBrite and other aspects of the sales center. 

301 East 50th

 

 301 East 50th is a stunning 29 story 57 unit luxury condo building in Midtown.  It combines the contemporary feel of French Modern design with timeless details to create an experience of unparalleled comfort and luxury. The Midtown East residences at 301 East 50th Street have breathtaking views of New York City, and access to the enchanting green space of a landscaped terrace. Located in the desirable Sutton Place and Beekman Place enclaves, 301 East 50th Street's comprehensive and thoughtful amenities feature a state-of-the-art fitness center, a cedar sauna, aromatic steam room, tea lounge, 24-hour concierge service, and a doorman. 301 East 50th Street is a lavish oasis in Midtown East Manhattan.  The units begin at $1.5 million.

 

This project's model required 60 loads of lighting.  The miniBrite system is given commands by a 3rd party control system which controls both miniBrite and other aspects of the sales center. 

 

All trademarks, copyrights, service marks, logos, or images are the property of their respective owners.

Case Studies