All 20 residences at 233 Eighteenth boutique residential development designed by Tom Winter Architects in Greenwood Heights, have gone into contract. Sales began at the end of March 2021 and all units had contracts out within three months. Sales were led by The Aguayo Team at Brown Harris Stevens Development Marketing, with Angely Rangel as the agent.
Located on the corner of 18th Street and Fifth Avenue in Greenwood Heights, 233 Eighteenth boutique residential development features Norman brick façade and expansive windows that offer sweeping views of the neighborhood and the city skyline. The condominium features a landscaped roof deck with outdoor lounge, dining areas, grilling stations, and panoramic views of lower Manhattan and the East River; a multi-purpose recreation lounge with kitchenette and children’s play area creating an ideal space for entertaining. There is also a well-equipped fitness center; pet spa; package room; virtual doorman; private storage; and on-site parking.
Each residence at 233 Eighteenth features white-oak engineered floors, Pella outswing casement windows with insulated, dual tempered glazing with Low-E coating, Mitsubishi zoned heating and cooling systems, dedicated laundry, and pre-wiring for Spectrum and Fios phone, internet, and cable services.
Custom kitchens are outfitted with grey lacquer and walnut cabinetry, honed Cloudburst Concrete Caeserstone countertops and backsplashes. Each kitchen features a stainless steel under-mount sink and polished chrome faucet with integral hand spray and a Bosch stainless steel appliance suite.
The primary baths have Natural Grey Piano Piase Spazzolata tile floors and an accent wall complemented by honed pure white Caesarstone countertops. Custom vanities display Toto undermount sinks, and select residences feature a honed Sivec Biano marble wall tile. Walk-in showers feature a frameless glass enclosure, Mirabelle soaking tubs with honed Pure White Caesarstone surrounds and electric heated floors.
Primary bedrooms ooze tranquility with the white oak flooring. Secondary bedrooms provide space for play or study.