Elegant and intimate, East End Avenue is a true residential enclave in Manhattan’s Upper East Side. At this adress, more precisely at number 20, you’ll find the latest project from renowned architect Robert A.M. Stern. Developed by Corigin Real Estate Group, this boutique 43-residence condominium building actually sits at the corner of 80th Street and East End Avenue.
The 18-story residential development features an incredibly rare motor court allowing cars to drive through both ways. The last one built like this in NYC was 85 years ago.
The residences consist of two- to six-bedroom homes including three duplex townhouses with cellars and two one-of-a-kind penthouses at the top. Many of the residences feature direct elevator entry. The apartments range in size from approximately 1,900 to over 6,000 square feet, with asking prices from approximately $4.5 to $35 million.
The penthouses range from 6,000 to approximately 6,300 square feet, and the top penthouse features an expansive 4,500+ square-foot private terrace overlooking the Upper East Side and the East River. The building is clad and detailed with handset Indiana limestone and a proprietary blend of custom bricks.