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Upper East Side condo designed by Deborah Berke Partners tops out

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The 18-story building will bring a total of 29 apartments to East End Avenue and East 81st Street

The six-story building that once stood at this site.
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A new Upper East Side condo building that replaced 40 rental units has now topped out. Developed by the Lightstone Group, the project is located at 40 East End Avenue, and replaced a six-story building that stood there before it.

The condo building, which was designed by Deborah Berke Partners and Gerner Kronick + Valcarcel, Architects, now stands 18-stories tall, and is expected to launch sales this spring. The building will have just 29 apartments that will come in a mix of two through five-bedroom units.

The mix of residences here will include a maisonette with a rear courtyard, full floor apartments, duplex apartments, and a triplex penthouse with a private rooftop.

Amenities announced so far include a fitness center, climate controlled-storage rooms, a catering kitchen, a game room, a residents lounge, a game room, and a porte cochère.

“Every home at 40 East End has been meticulously designed with all the interior finishes privately sourced and handpicked,” said Mitchell Hochberg, the president of the Lightstone Group. Construction got underway last summer and will likely wrap sometime early next year.

What the construction site looked like last October.
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