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New looks at Robert A.M. Stern’s Upper West Side condo

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A host of new interior renderings have emerged on the building’s recently unveiled website

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

The Robert A.M. Stern Architects-designed condo building near Zabar’s is close to topping out, and with that the developer Alchemy Properties has launched the website for the project located at 250 West 81st Street.

The website brings with it a host of new renderings for the 18-story building, including the first look at the condo’s robust amenities package, and additional interior renderings for a typical apartment at the building.

The first interior rendering for the project emerged in October last year which showed off one of the living rooms at the development. Now the developers have also offered us a peek at a kitchen and a master bathroom.

In the kitchen, RAMSA is working with British interior design firm Smallbone of Devizes, and as a result it will come with custom millwork cabinetry, polished chrome fixtures, marble countertops and backsplashes, and appliances by Gaggenau.

In the master bath, there’s an explosion of marble what with the walls, floors, and vanities all to be made with the material. The bathroom will also come with radiant heated floors, a separate soaking tub, and rain shower.

As for the amenities, the long list begins with the basketball court, which also doubles up as a court for other sports; a music recording studio, which comes with a sound booth and a mixing table; a children’s playroom; a library lounge that has its own terrace and pantry; a fitness center that comes kitted with Peloton and Technogym equipment;, and a rooftop terrace that offers up views of Midtown Manhattan and the Hudson River, with facilities for open air dining to boot.

Though sales are yet to launch, apartments here will start from $3.825 million. The building will feature 31 apartments that come in a mix of two through five-bedroom homes, with the latter starting at $8.65 million. The priciest unit here will ask $15.75 million. Construction got underway last year and the structure is now very close to topping out. Work is expected to wrap in 2019 with the first set of residents expected to move in in January of that year.