The Centurion is very much a one-of-a-kind design that brilliantly marries modern with timeless and discretion with luxury.
New York (PRWEB) February 25, 2011
The Centurion, the only ground-up residential condominium project in New York City designed by internationally renowned Design Architect/Pei Partnership Architects with I.M. Pei, is now more than 50 percent sold and is granting a closer look at its three unique penthouses.
“Our sales office has seen recent traffic from domestic prospects as well as international clientele from Asia, Europe and Latin America. A number of international buyers have also expressed renewed interest in penthouses at this property as well as top properties around the city,” said Amy Williamson, sales director at The Centurion and vice president of sales at Prodigy Network, the exclusive sales and marketing agent for the building. “The Centurion is very much a one-of-a-kind design that brilliantly marries modern with timeless and discretion with luxury.”
Located at 33 West 56th Street off Fifth Avenue in Manhattan, The Centurion is a 17-story, luxury condominium constructed with Chamesson limestone imported from France. All apartments at The Centurion contain the materials, textures and quality consistent with the architectural integrity of Pei Partnership Architects and I.M. Pei, who is well known for the Pyramid entrance in the Lourve in Paris and the Four Seasons Hotel in New York City. There are 47 exceptional one- to four-bedroom residences, including three distinctive top-floor penthouses, detailed below.
- Penthouse 1A: A full-floor 3,365 square-foot, four-bedroom, four-bath residence with wrap-around north, southeast and western exposures and south-facing terraces. The master bedroom has its own sitting room opening onto a private terrace, and two expansive walk-in closets. The second, third and fourth bedrooms have views of the elegant and historic Chickering Hall on 57th Street. The great room has a second terrace, and there is a formal dining room as well as an eat-in kitchen with custom natural walnut cabinetry, a solid clear glass countertop and glass tile backsplash, and premium appliances by Sub Zero, Wolf, Viking and Bosch. This penthouse has a current asking price of $14,469,500.
- Penthouse 2A: A 2,995 square-foot, four-bedroom, four-bath duplex penthouse, with a 165 square-foot private terrace. This residence offers northern, eastern and southern exposures. The lower floor is comprised of an expansive great room with separate library (convertible to a fourth bedroom), full bath, dining room and eat-in kitchen. The kitchen features custom natural walnut cabinetry, a solid clear glass countertop and glass tile backsplash, and premium appliances by Sub Zero, Wolf, Viking and Bosch. The master suite is upstairs and has a south-facing private terrace. Each of the two additional bedrooms has a walk-in closet, one with a full bath and the third with a half bath. PH2A has teak floors, and a Bosch Axxis washer and dryer. This penthouse has a current asking price of $12,878,500.
- Penthouse 2B: A 2,783 square-foot, three-bedroom, 3.5 bath duplex penthouse with a 185 square-foot private terrace, Penthouse 2B offers triple northern, western and southern exposures. The lower floor is comprised of an expansive living room with separate dining room and eat-in kitchen. The kitchen features custom natural walnut cabinetry, a solid clear glass countertop and glass tile backsplash, and premium appliances by Sub Zero, Wolf, Viking and Bosch. Also on the lower level is the third bedroom with full bath, guest bath, walk-in closet, Bosch Axxis washer and dryer and linen closet. Upstairs, the master suite has a south-facing private terrace. An additional bedroom has a full bath and walk-in closet. This penthouse has a current asking price of $12,321,000.
Interiors were designed by SLCE Architects including sound-insulated windows, clear glass countertops, floor-to-ceiling bathroom accent walls of Crystal White chiseled marble, Kallista polished chrome sinks, teak and limestone floors, and Bosch Axxis washer and dryer.
The floor and one continuous wall of the attended lobby are soft, cream-colored Magny du Louvre French limestone accented by finishes of blonde Anigre wood, decorative marbles, and rich leathers. An elegant seating area with sophisticated artwork offers a tranquil place to rest and enjoy the Water Garden, which is visible through the lobby’s full glass wall.
A full-service building, The Centurion offers amenities including a private exercise facility, a 24-hour attended garage, a doorman, resident superintendent and storage units for purchase. Residents will also only be steps away from superb dining, entertainment, hotels, museums, city landmarks and Central Park. The Centurion is at the center of Manhattan’s world-famous shopping corridor.
Additional amenities include partnerships with Townhouse Spa and the Peninsula, which offer exclusive services for The Centurion residents. With Townhouse Spa next door to the building, residents at The Centurion are offered treatments in their homes.
Prodigy Network, the exclusive sales and marketing company for The Centurion, has an onsite sales office in the building. For more information or to schedule a private appointment, call 212-888-5633 or visit http://www.centurioncondominium.com.
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