Location: 150 East 72nd Street
Size: 34 units
Prices: So far, $6.03 million to $13.5 million
Developer/Owner: Ladies and gents, Harry Macklowe
Architect: Schwartz & Gross in 1913, Handel Architects and Moed de Armas & Shannon Architects today
Sales & Marketing: Macklowe Properties
To celebrate the centennial of 150 East 72nd Street, developer Harry Macklowe decided to buy the Lenox Hill rental building and convert it to condos (potentially provoking the rent-regulated tenants along the way). The products of Macklowe's renovation have begun to hit the market, with occupancy, according to StreetEasy, this summer. For now, the least expensive unit is a 2,316-square-foot 3BR seeking $6,030,000. The least expensive 4BR, at 3,543 square feet, is seeking $9.9 million; the sole 5BR on the market so far, #8S, is asking $13.5 million for 4,482 square feet.
The building website lists amenities for the new condo owners, which include a multi-function room for parties, business meetings, and film showings, a fitness center, and a children's playroom with fun rendered animal toys. The listings also reveal the basic floorplans for the north and south units: