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Development Du Jour: Infinity Flats

There's a broker cocktail party/open house this evening to launch the sales effort for the Infinity Flats, an interestling little condo conversion going on at 24 East 21st Street. The nine-story beige-brick building is a real beauty, with limestone strewn about and a "broken pediment arched entrance," according to CityRealty. The building will only have eight units, all full-floor spaces that measure at least 4,000 square feet. Wowzers. Big spaces + big names (Karl Fischer, architect; Andrés Escobar, designer) = big prices, of course, and the Infinity Flats will be no exception: prices will start at around $4 million. Here's the pitch, from Elliman:

Inspiring fixtures and finishes include inlaid white-oak plank floors, custom designed beamed ceilings, French doors… and fireplaces fashioned in limestone, stainless steel and back painted glass. Kitchens transcend "world-class" with Statuario marble, Italian-frosted glass and aluminum cabinetry, appliances from Viking, Sub-Zero and Bosch. Master baths are clad in Calacatta Gold marble, with deep soaking tubs and sinks by WET, limestone walls and floors…all just the beginning on the road to Infinity.· Infinity Flats [infinityflats.com]
· Infinity Flats [Elliman]
· Pre-war building being converted to condos at 24 East 21st Street [CityRealty]