Bringing an innovative and classical pre-war look to the upper west side of New York, 200 Amsterdam aims to please. After long awaiting for approval to begin construction, 200 Amsterdam was finally given the okay, thus leading to the drop of a teaser website and new renderings of the building.
The 51-story condominium tower will offer 112 apartments ranging from one to five bedrooms with interiors by CetraRuddy, an international award-winning architecture and interior design firm based out of New York City. SJP Properties and Mitsui Fudosan America are working together to develop this 668 feet tower, which will have architecture done by Elkus Manfredi.
The placement of the building will offer occupants views of Central Park, the city, and the Hudson River, while also being close to the American Museum of Natural History and the Lincoln Center.
Occupants of the building can also enjoy 10 different amenities, some of which include: a 75-foot heated salt water pool, state-of-the-art fitness center curated by The Wright Fit, library, children’s playroom, and lounge. There will also be a separate soundproof rehearsal room that can be used.
Sales and marketing will be handled exclusively by Brown Harris Stevens Development Marketing, and will not begin until the fall of this year.
Photos courtesy of Binyan Studios.
By Shaunna Redman
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