After spending a decade in development purgatory, the main units at rental building 160 Madison Avenue, dubbed One Sixty Madison, hit the market in September. Now, the five penthouses at the 45-story building have made their debut. Designed by Philip Koether Architects, they come in one- and two-bedroom configurations and feature floor-to-ceiling windows, wheat oak-finished floors, and unique views due to the building’s shape. The one-bedrooms start at $7,200 a month and the two-bedrooms start at $14,900 a month.
In addition to the aforementioned features, their kitchens have Calacatta marble counters and backsplashes, an integrated Sub-Zero refrigerator, a Bosch dishwasher, a wine cooler, and a five-burner range. The master bathrooms feature floor-to-ceiling natural stone, a glass-enclosed rain shower, a soaking tub, and recessed lighting.
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One Sixty Madison is developed by J.D. Carlisle Group and designed by SLCE Architects. There are 319 residences and over 20,000 square feet of amenity space, including two rooftop terraces, a lounge with fireplace, a private park, a fitness center, bike storage, and concierge service.
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