New Developments to Watch | Uptown

180 East 88th Street

Rising high above the Upper East Side in Carnegie Hill, 180 East 88 is a luxury condominium with grand proportions. Its 48 residences feature precise detail, reinvigorating and reimagining a pre-war aesthetic. Ceiling heights stretch over 14′ and 28′ in duplexes, making room for expansive 9’ tall tilt-turn windows within a classic handset masonry façade. A multi-level amenities area is crafted for an elevated vision of life on the Upper East Side, with dedicated spaces for basketball, soccer, fitness, play, convenience, pleasure and entertainment.

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40 East End Avenue

Lightstone presents a new boutique condominium with only 29 residences in one of the most charming residential enclaves in Manhattan: 40 East End Avenue. In this dynamic collaboration with Deborah Berke Partners and Gerner Kronick + Valcarcel Architects, Lightstone transcends the condominium status quo with distinctive individual residences designed to be true homes.

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27 East 79th Street

Parisian inspired living on the UES. On this pristine expanse of 79th Street between Madison and Fifth Avenues, only steps from Central Park, 27 East 79th Street is the first condominium to grace this notable block with just 8 two- to five- bedroom residences including a duplex townhouse with a private garden and a triplex penthouse designed by world renowned firm, Cabinet Alberto Pinto. 

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1010 Park Avenue

Designed by renowned architects Beyer Blinder Belle, with interiors by David Collins Studio, 1010 Park Avenue seamlessly blends classic elegance with modern finishes and amenities. Located at the center of the Upper East Side’s Gold Coast, 1010 Park Avenue is just steps from Central Park and Museum Mile and New York City’s greatest shopping and restaurants.

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Claudia Saez-Fromm

An entrepreneur, innovator, and singularly successful real estate salesperson, fitness fiend, foodie, mommy, and fashion fan.

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