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Peek inside Robert A.M. Stern’s new Upper West Side condo

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The first rendering for the interiors of 250 West 81st Street is here

Rendering by Williams New York. Design by Robert A.M. Stern Architects.

A new interior rendering has been revealed for Robert A.M. Stern Architects’ newest brick with limestone building on the Upper West Side, an exclusive 31-condo building where apartments will hit the market from $3.7 million in the coming weeks.

The building, to be known by a stylized version of its address at Two Fifty West 81st, is now on the rise at the corner of Broadway, so close to beloved neighborhood grocer Zabar’s that “[y]ou could practically reach out your window and pick up a bagel,” Stern tells the New York Times.

A new spot in the paper of record was the first to reveal the rendering for a living room-dining room hybrid. The apartments will feature the on-trend floor du jour of herringbone oak and custom wood cabinets by Smallbone of Devizes. Some apartments will also come with private outdoor space.

Courtesy of Brand by Williams New York

Floorplans and additional apartment finishes have yet to be released, but the Times does note that the building will count among its 6,000-square-feet of amenities a gym, golf simulator, basketball court, and a professional music studio.

The two- to five-bedroom condos will start from $3.7 million, with five-bedroom penthouses asking from $15.75 million.

The project is being developed by Alchemy Properties, who purchased the site’s former three-story commercial building for $51 million in 2015. Alchemy is also developing the Woolworth Tower Residences, where a sprawling penthouse—sorry, The Pinnacle—is now on the market for $110 million.