A hearty welkom to Huys. The Dutch-designed, Dutch-inspired development at 404 Park Avenue South is taking small steps onto the market: the first set of listings has appeared on StreetEasy. There are eight apartments available so far, from a 602-square-foot studio, for $1.08 million, to a 1,564-square-foot 2BR, for $3.72 million. There are more expensive units to come?the building has a total of 58 apartments, and prices will go all the way up $11 million. For now, floorplans and renderings in the gallery above.
Building amenities include cold storage and a bicycle room (with those fun custom bicycles). As for the units themselves, here's a taste:
Thoughtfully designed by world-renowned designer Piet Boon, this residence offers a light palette of brushed 6 wide oak plank floors, ceilings with original beams, and signature millwork details throughout. Interior details exude an extraordinary level of craftsmanship and attention-to-detail: a built-in dining banquette, custom closet doors and frames, paneled interior doors with recessed casing and concealed hinges, custom Formani stainless steel door hardware, and electronically controlled solar shades. The contemporary kitchen features Bulthaup Alpine White cabinetry, refined 3 thick Chambolle marble slap countertop and backsplash from Belgium, an island, Dornbracht fixtures, fully-integrated Miele appliances and a Franke undermounted stainless steel sink. The spacious master bedroom suite features a large walk-in closet and five-fixture master bathroom with Southern exposure. Master bathroom details include Chambolle stone, radiant heated floors by NuHeat, and Kaldewei soaking tub. Additional bathroom details include: custom wire-brushed vanity millwork, Dornbracht fixtures, and Piet Boon Bathware by Formani. Piet Boon: even in your bathroom.
· Official website: Huys [huys-nyc.com]
· Listings: 404 Park Avenue South [StreetEasy]
· Huys coverage [Curbed]