The townhouse at 37 East 12th Street evokes the grand residences that were once the hallmark of New York's most discerning residents, while reflecting the way we live today. In this one-of-a-kind residence, no detail has been overlooked. Spanning three floors, the townhouse is a complete home that offers spaces both indoors and out.Floorplan The Townhouse
Note: Image not reflective of townhouse master bath layout.The Townhouse
As with the townhouse, the four flats at 37 East 12th Street reflect a gracious, old world sensibility, but are reimagined for contemporary living. Much like the airy Haussmannian flats of Paris, each comprises an entire floor, with generous exposures on both the north and south sides.Floorplan The Flats
The penthouse at 37 East 12th Street affords a one-of-a-kind opportunity to live atop one of the Village's most beautiful classical buildings. The building's historical framework allows for a penthouse with spaces unmatched in most modern Manhattan condominiums. The living space is enhanced by a large, landscaped rooftop that provides sweeping, landmark-studded views of Midtown and downtown Manhattan. Featuring two floors designed for entertaining, the penthouse includes a library and a formal living room with a wood-burning fireplace. To live here is to live at the nexus of old New York and the world's most exciting modern-day metropolis.Floorplan The Penthouse
Throughout the residences, a mix of rare stones—Italian marble, Spanish and Greek limestone, reclaimed marble from the original Museum of Modern Art—are used for countertops and flooring. The powder room floors are composed of inlaid, glazed hand-cut mosaic tile from Morocco.
In each residence, tall steel-and-glass French doors can be closed to create separation or left open to allow for a flow between rooms. White oak cabinetry is complemented by five-inch wide walnut chevron flooring that sets a warm, sophisticated tone balanced by clean white walls.
At the turn of the century, many of New York's most prestigious families established homes in the grand residences surrounding Washington Square Park. Novelists like Henry James and Edith Wharton chronicled this vibrant era in their iconic works of literature.
Designed by Stanford White and completed in 1892, Washington Square Park's iconic arch is one of the neighborhood's most renowned landmarks. At night, its illuminated façade serves as a beacon to those strolling through and around the perimeter of this picturesque park.
Founded by Edward J. Minskoff in May of 1987, the primary objective of EJME is to own, develop and manage institutional quality commercial real estate in major urban centers. EJME also selectively develops high-end residential properties.
EJME has assembled an in-house construction, management and leasing staff that monitors all phases of each development project, including design/development, management, leasing and financing. Through the supervision of its in-house personnel, EJME has been able to establish a national presence as a full-service real estate company. EJME has extensive experience in all aspects of commercial property and facilities management and has provided services for a diversified roster of landlords and tenants.
Douglas Elliman Development Marketing is the premier luxury real estate development marketing and sales firm in the United States, representing over $15 Billion in property currently on the market and in the pipeline. Led by Susan de França, the Douglas Elliman Development Marketing team has collaborated on such high-profile developments as 150 Charles, 10 Madison Square West, and 11 East 68th Street, designing and implementing custom-tailored marketing and sales strategies in order to achieve maximum value for each.
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CS Architecture LLC is a full service architecture, interior design and consulting firm with offices in Redding, Connecticut and Manila, Philippines. Partners Jason Chai and Anna Maria Sy-Lawrence both received B.A. and Masters degrees from Columbia and Harvard Universities. The practice has a primary focus on high-end residential design but also includes corporate, commercial, and educational clients. Their work in New York, Connecticut, Los Angeles, Hong Kong, and the Philippines has been featured in Architectural Digest US edition, Habitus Australia, Interiors Asia/Korea edition, and published in books highlighting designs inspired by indigenous influences.
Lindsey Taylor is a garden designer and floral stylist based in New York City and Newburgh, NY. She has worked as a garden editor and editor-at-large for Martha Stewart Living magazine, garden editor for Domino magazine, and creative director for Garden Design magazine. In addition to her design work, she writes on gardens for Architectural Digest and Garden Design, and has a monthly column in the Wall Street Journal Off Duty section.
Taylor's designs are always modern in their structure and hardscaping and takes into account both the needs of her clients and the site by bringing order and four-season interest to the landscape. Taylor has created and is working on, both residential and commercial projects in Manhattan, Brooklyn, New York State, Long Island, and Connecticut.
Founded by Bastien Halard, Halard—Halard Design is an architecture and interior design firm based in New York City. Halard's work endompasses residential, retail, and office architecture as well as master planning and furniture design.
Halard's completed work, located primarily in New York and the surrounding area, emphasizes the harmony between classical language and contemporary sensibilities. Projects range from an Upper East Side townhouse, to a SoHo loft, or Brooklyn warehouse. The use of raw material and attention to craftsmanship are what contribute to the aesthetic and spirit of the firm.
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On–premises, 24–hour doorman concierge with white glove service.
Fitness center, expertly programmed with the latest equipment.
Private, on–site storage for each residence.
Built into the heating system, and an essential for preserving artwork, furnishings and architectural finishes, as well as everyday personal health.
A private, express riser for each residence leads to a secure room in the cellar, allowing for enhanced technology flexibility and privacy.
For continuous operation of essential and convenience features, including uninterrupted use of the elevator, heating and air conditioning, select appliances and multiple outlets.