20 East End Avenue
20 East End Avenue
New York, NY 10028
Floors and Residences
Porte-cochère and motor court
Private dining room
Robert A.M. Stern Architects, Architect
Robert A.M. Stern Architects, Landscape
Closings have commenced. Immediate Occupancy.
The character of Gilded Age New York blends seamlessly with 21st-century amenities at 20 East End Avenue, designed by the award-winning architect Robert A.M. Stern to emphasize grand proportions and sophisticated living. The new 18-story condominium houses 41 residences, many of which feature private terraces and East River views. A handset rusticated Indiana Limestone base and patinated grey brick facade and a striking series of bay windows, French balconies, and setback garden terraces further defines the graceful exterior.
A porte-cochère and motor court delivers residents to the regal octagonal lobby, where a winding staircase connects three floors of amenities evoking that of a private club. A spa/fitness center, a wine cellar with a private dining room, a billiards room, a junior lounge, and a library with a collection selected by Mr. Stern add to the elegant atmosphere.
Residences range from two to six bedrooms including two Town Homes, Maisonette, and two stunning Penthouses featuring 11 to nearly 13-foot ceilings, gracious chef’s kitchens, and fine materials life rift and quartersawn Appalachian white oak flooring, and custom casings, base and crown moldings. Throughout, materials like Caldia Classico marble, Appalachian white oak and Brazilian quartzite mingle with state-of-the-art appliances and fixtures from Gaggenau, Toto, and Lefroy Brooks. High-performance windows and multi-zone heating/cooling controls ensure superior comfort and tranquility.
The character of Gilded Age New York blends seamlessly with 21st-century amenities
Many residences feature private terraces and East River views