20 East End Avenue
20 East End Avenue
New York, NY 10028
Floors and Residences
Gated Porte-cochère and motor court
24-hour Concierge and Doorman
Spa with Sauna and Steam
Private dining room
Library with Book Collection By Robert A.M. Stern
*Available for purchase
Robert A.M. Stern Architects, Architect
Robert A.M. Stern Architects, Landscape
A ROBERT A.M. STERN-DESIGNED CONDOMINIUM
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20 East End Avenue, designed by internationally renowned Robert A.M. Stern, is a new condominium located on the northwest corner of 80th Street and East End Avenue in Manhattan’s prestigious Upper East Side neighborhood. The building comprises 41 two- to six-bedroom residences, including a Maisonette, two triplex Town Homes, and a stunning full floor Penthouse. With custom interior and exterior design by Mr. Stern, 20 East End Avenue features a truly unprecedented level of design, planning, detailing, and quality. 20 East End Avenue’s design concept embodies the heritage of distinguished pre-war architecture, including traditional 11’ to 13’ ceilings typical of that era, unparalleled finishes, and meticulous, generously-scaled floor plans. The exterior is marked by an intricate brick and handset grey limestone façade with oversized bay windows designed to maximize light and views of the East River and the Upper East Side. The residences feature gracious chef’s kitchens, rift and quartersawn Appalachian white oak flooring as well as custom casings, base and crown moldings. Throughout, materials like Caldia Classico marble 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. Many residences feature private setback terraces, and select residences include private gardens along with outdoor gas and wood-burning fireplaces.
The arrival experience features an intimate, gated motor court with trellis garden pavilion leading to a luxuriously detailed octagonal lobby with a grand architectural stair connecting residents to three floors of amenities. Additional building amenities include: 24-hour concierge, graciously-appointed library with book collection curated by Robert A.M. Stern, billiards room, game room, wine cellar with private dining room, fitness center and spa, children’s playroom, and bicycle storage.
The character of Gilded Age New York blends seamlessly with 21st-century amenities
Many residences feature private terraces and East River views