In 2012, Simon Baron Development and Quadrum Global snagged a pre-war building at the corner of 79th Street and West End Avenue, with the intention of turning the 113 units within into luxury apartments. And now, three years later, they've done just that: There are now 43 one- to four-bedroom apartments, all of which will be available to rent when they go on the market later this month. The building revamp was overseen by KinlinRutherfurd Architects, and some splashy amenities—a roof deck, fitness center, and children's playroom—have been added to the landmarked building (which is part of the Upper West Side historic district). Interiors were done by Vicente Wolf Associates, who added modern touches, such as high-end kitchen appliances, oak flooring, and marble bathroom fixtures. Pricing info isn't available as of right now, but these brand-new renderings show what a typical space might look like.
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