The ultra-luxury residential condominium 45 East 22nd Street has reached a milestone: It's 50 percent sold.
When complete, 45 East 22nd Street will reach 777 feet tall, making it one of the tallest residential buildings downtown. It enjoys the prominence of a Flatiron location, with dramatic views over Madison Square Park, midtown and downtown landmarks, and the Hudson and East rivers. This soaring, sculptural tower, designed by Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates, with interiors by Martin Brudnizki Design Studio, will consists of 83 residences on 65 stories.
Construction has recently reached the 39th floor. When completed in early 2017, the building will become an important addition to the skyline, with sculptural glass tower balancing a manor house-inspired rusticated granite base that respects and reflects the context of the street and neighborhood around it. The interior design nods to the Flatiron District's heritage and updates it with a modern elegance, incorporating sophisticated materiality seldom seen beyond private homes. Additionally, the building includes five floors of leisure, fitness, and social amenities including as The Upper Club, which features a private dining room and kitchen where all residents can host dinner parties and enjoy panoramic views, perched fifty-four stories in the sky.
The Continuum Company is the developer of the property. "The response to the project across the board has been phenomenal," Eichner said. Sales have been reported across all residence types, from one-bedrooms to full-floor, four-bedroom homes. Current availability ranges from two-bedrooms priced starting at $4,830,000 to four-bedroom, full-floor residences starting at $20,750,000.