Just north of NoMad, one of New York’s best-kept secrets, a new tower is hitting the market with some star-studded talent to back it up. 30E31, from the Ekstein Development Group and Pinnacle Group today launched sales for the forty story residential tower. Acclaimed architect Morris Adjmi designed the building, taking inspiration from the cathedral’s barrel-vaulted ceilings, and beautiful façade. Standing at nearly 500-feet tall, and is filled in each part of the construction with luxury amenities sure to attract all kinds of buyers looking for the best lifestyle options close to midtown.
“We are thrilled with the tremendous response we have received to 30 E 31, which is a true testament to the quality of the building.” said Erik Ekstein, President and CEO of Ekstein Development Group. “The combination of the tower’s premier location, Adjmi’s superlative design, our commitment to using only the finest custom materials, and the addition of amenities and services usually reserved for larger scale condominiums makes 30 E 31 a unique opportunity for buyers seeking a luxury boutique building in Manhattan.”
According to the building’s portfolio, residents will have access to some of the finest custom made amenities in the city in 30E31. “Elegantly appointed, full-floor residences feature expansive floor-to-ceiling windows, 7-inch-wide plank European oak flooring, solid core interior doors, designer hardware, and custom architectural millwork throughout. Meticulously designed kitchens offer handcrafted walnut cabinetry imported from Italy, concealed pulls, Taj Mahal Quartzite countertops and designer appliances by Bosch, Wolf and Sub-Zero. Master baths are accentuated by Calacatta Prima marble slab walls, custom European white oak vanities with rich marble countertops with custom Paladium fixtures designed by Morris Adjmi. Additionally, each home is equipped with Bosch washers and dryers as well as multi-zone climate control.”
Aside from its already impressive features inside, the building is also located perfectly near plenty of restaurants from Ferris to Eleven Madison Park and the NoMad. The space is also located right near Penn Station, offering direct access outside the city for weekends in the country.