Despite the early June rumor that sales launched at Elad and Silverstein's One West End, listings have yet to trickle down from the higher-ups. What has made its way down the pipeline is a slew of new interior renderings for the Riverside Center tower, via BBH. The 246 apartments which start on the building's eighth floor are designed by Jeffrey Beers and will feature custom walnut entrance doors and a mix of Sub-Zero, Miele, and Wolf kitchen appliances. Buyers will be able to choose between a dark-stained or light-stained walnut finish package for the kitchen and between white oak or walnut flooring. Luxury like this doesn't come cheap: The Real Deal reports that apartments in One West End will start at $1.3 million and reach all the way into the $20 millions.
The renderings (and a trip to the building's official website) confirm that the luxury building has amenities a-plenty, including a 12,000-square-foot rooftop terrace with cabanas and grills, gym with a 75-foot-long indoor swimming pool, media room, billiard room, kids play room, and game room.
One West End is the market-rate portion of the 42-story Pelli Clarke Pelli-designed building. It will also have a below market rate component, dubbed 10 Freedom Place, which will occupy the buildings ground through seventh floors and be accessible via a
poor door different entrance.
· One West End [BBH]
· Silverstein, Elad launch sales at One West End Avenue: PHOTOS [TRD]
· 1 West End [official]
· It's Not a Poor Door, It's a 'First-Class Entrance Experience' [Curbed]
· All 1 West End coverage [Curbed]