Douglas Elliman Real Estate’s top agent Elana Schoppmann will handle the exclusive sales, leasing and marketing for The Penthouse Collection at The Beekman Regent. Located in Manhattan’s Midtown East neighborhood, the collection includes three expansive homes for sale – the $5,375,000 Penthouse 2A, the $5,250,000 Penthouse 3C, the $6,995,000 Penthouse 7B – and Penthouse 3B which is available for rent for $17,500 per month.
Named the “Finest New Redevelopment in the World” at the 2002 Mercedes Benz Property Award, The Beekman Regent was constructed in 1893 by George W. Debevoise as a five-story school in a Romanesque Revival Style. But in 2001, it was reimagined into a 20-story luxury condominium by Costas Kondylis of Kondylis Architecture. The original base remains, and earned the building a place on the National Register of Historic Places.
The building’s penthouse collection offers a mix of oversized homes. Penthouse 3C offers 2,245 square feet spread across one level. The $5,250,000 home features three-bedrooms and three and a half-baths.
Penthouse 2A is a 2,450 square foot, three-bedroom, three-bathroom duplex with two balconies and both Eastern and Western exposures, offered at $5,375,000.
Penthouse 7B offers nearly 3,000 square feet with sweeping city and river views. It has four-bedrooms, three and a half-baths, two private terraces and a wood-burning fireplace.
Available for rent, Penthouse 3B is a three-bedroom, three and a half-bath home with four extraordinary terraces.
All residential interiors at The Beekman Regent include herringbone hardwood flooring, wainscotting and detailed molding throughout. The penthouses’ floor-to-ceiling windows frame sweeping views of the city, East River, or both. All kitchens are outfitted with new cabinetry, top-of-the-line appliances and granite countertops. The penthouse residences also include solid mahogany doors, wood-burning fireplaces, and marble bathrooms.
The Beekman Regent’s lobby boasts Italian marble floors and a Baccarat chandelier hanging above. There is a mahogany-paneled library, a drawing room, various conference and business centers, private dining room, a wine cellar and fitness center. All residents have access to a 24-hour doorman, concierge, valet, housekeeping, and dry-cleaning services.