1355 First Avenue
- 1649 - 6906 Sq Ft
The U.E.S has a new avant-garde development in the neighborhood. It is called The Charles and it beautifully steers away in look and design from most other U.E.S buildings.
Sitting on 1355 First Avenue between 72nd and 73rd streets, this 31 story, 104,000 square foot residential building includes a floor to ceiling window wall. Ismael Leyva Architects’ had this design in mind for a very transparent, contemporary feel. It also includes a contemporary storefront with a granite base.
David Collins Studio takes credit for the interior design and amenities. This includes state of the art kitchens, marble counter-tops, stainless steel hardware and appliances by Miele and Subzero. Inside the bedrooms you can find panoramic views of the city and laminated glass doors which brilliantly reflect light into this luxurious oasis.
The building’s interior finishes and amenities were designed by David Collins Studio. The residences all have state-of-the-art kitchens with light blue lacquer cabinetry, marble counter tops, stainless steel hardware and appliances by Miele and Subzero. The Charles’s high ceilings and window walls of the bedroom allow for lavish panoramic views of Manhattan. The bathrooms alone are a true work of art. It features rare marble and grey lacquer cabinetry, Zuma soaking tubs, separate showers, Lefray Brooks plumbing fittings and mirrors with integrated lighting and storage.
Residents can expect to be floored with only the finest amenities. The Charles includes a catering kitchen, powder room for gatherings, complimentary breakfast every morning, a drawing room and library for business functions and parties, plus a screening room. Let’s not forget the skylight pool too! The Charles also includes a wine vault to save the precious bubbly. After eating those complimentary breakfast pastries, the residents might want to work off those calories in the fitness center which includes state of the art equipment. The greatest amenity of all is having the U.E.S at your doorstep. Central Park, The Museum Mile and plenty of fine dining experiences will cater to many refined palates who desire only the best.
Image Courtesy of The Charles