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Pricey Nomad Rentals Finally Premiere at Formerly Stalled Site

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After nearly a decade in development purgatory, the 45-story tower at the corner of Madison Avenue and 33rd Street has finally unveiled its apartments—alongside listings, no less (h/t BBH). Developer JD Carlisle picked the project up from North Hill Capital Management in 2012 and enlisted SLCE to finish the building. According to its listings, the building's octagonal shape creates extra-long living areas "able to accommodate dining tables for 6-8 people, nooks that allow for beautiful 'moments' and unique perspectives of the city." Just five apartments in the 319-unit building are listed: they range from a studio asking $3,318/month to a 2BR/2BA asking $6,351. All apartments have floor to ceiling windows, a Bosch washer and dryer, ceiling heights ranging between 9 and 12 feet, and Wheat Oak floors.

The building's 20,000 square feet of amenities include a 3,571-square-foot lounge and rooftop area, a large planted terrace that's overlooked by a 13,667-square-foot lounge, a gym, valet service, bike storage, and a 24-hour doorman.
· Listings: 160 Madison Avenue [Elliman via StreetEasy]
· One Sixty Madison [BBH]
· Madison Avenue Rental on Formerly Stalled Site Tops Out [Curbed]
· Madison Avenue Lot Will Try Again With a Rental Building [Curbed]