The Corinthian Collection – New York
Fully serviced luxury condominiums from US$756,000
Located in an iconic, fully serviced building in the fashionable Murray Hill district in midtown Manhattan in New York City, the Corinthian Collection condominiums are light, spacious and designed for gracious living.
With dazzling views of Manhattan and across the East River to Queens and Brooklyn the Corinthian Collection condominiums offer a spectacular living experience in the midst of New York’s most eclectic neighbourhoods.
The Murray Hills district is packed with restaurants, markets, parks and museums with easy access to just about anywhere in New York. Nowhere else in the city offers this kind of value in a residential neighbourhood that has been quietly undergoing a renaissance, becoming more vibrant, convenient and liveable every year.
The 4-storey, marble-clad lobby creates a sweeping drama contrasting with the warmth and attentive service of the staff 24-hours a day.
Condominiums and studios range between 53 sq/m to 156 sq/m (571 sq/ft to 1,699 sq/ft) with higher floors offering panoramic views through oversized curved bay windows across celebrated New York landmarks such as the Chrysler Building, the Empire State Building, United Nations and One World Trade Centre to name just a few. Lower floors put you closer to the action with pleasing views over parks and greenery as well as the bustling activity of the East River. From the 5th to 55th floor there’s not a bad view to be had.
Buyers have a tasteful recently renovated condominiums from the developer or units designed by the acclaimed interior designer Andrés Escobar. This award-winning designer has chosen luxurious, light, reflective finishes with soft hues and natural woods for a modern, open feeling. This is enhanced by the 180 degree curved bay windows, balconies and spectacular city views that make the Corinthian Collection condominiums perfect for entertaining or simply gazing at the city.
Fully fitted kitchens will inspire the latent gourmet with intelligent Fisher & Paykel appliances such as a full-sized refrigerator that adapts its cooling cylcle to your habits and a Bosch gas range to help you cook safely. Polished grey quartz countertops complement the white wood cabinets and white oak, wide plank flooring.
The beautifully crafted bathrooms are modern and minimal with white quartz vanities and mosaic tiles subtly lit with elegant light fittings in white opal glass. The low, sep-over bath with its curved base allows for a deep, relaxing soak. The separate shoer unit has a behind-the-scenes air induction system to ensure a powerful, even flow.
The Corinthian’s 17,000- square-foot fitness center and spa has all the latest equipment. Fitness, yoga and Zumba classes are available.
There also an outdoor jogging track, and a sun deck where you can relax after your efforts.
Play pool or stay on top of your game with the golf simulator. Detox in our wet or dry steam rooms, or soak in the 6-seater hot tub. Even the junior set has its own kids’ playroom, outdoor space and a jungle gym. Theres a magnificent glass-enclosed pool downstairs.
You can expand your entertainment space to the Private Community room. Or reserve our conference room for meetings.
By summer of 2015, you’ll be able to stroll the East Side Esplanade—a four-mile riverside park, linked by pools, piers and promenades—stretching from East 38th street to the Brooklyn Bridge.
Meanwhile, Madison Square Park, Bryant Park and Gramercy Park are all within walking distance. And for kids and grownups alike, the Asser Levy Playground runs from 23rd to 25th Streets on the FDR Drive.
Living at the Corinthian gives you access to almost anywhere.
It’s great for a walk-to-work lifestyle, with many corporate offices close by, as well as the United Nations and NYU Langone Medical Center.
Stroll to a local restaurant for dinner or pick up the makings of a feast from gourmet food merchants at Grand Central Market on your way home from work.
You’re just blocks away from fine specialty and department stores, plus supermarkets, gourmet markets and a year-round farmer’s market. Fairway Market, the New York Public Library, Lord & Taylor and the Morgan Library—a major venue for art, literature and music—are all in your neighbourhood.
Travelling a bit further? Grand Central Terminal and more than a dozen subway and bus lines make it easy to get around. Seastreak Ferries can shuttle you to Wall Street or off to Martha’s Vineyard. And the Hampton Jitney is right around the corner at 3rd and 39th to whisk you away to a relaxing weekend.