The Upper East Side is about to be adorned with a new residential jewel. Boasting luxurious layouts conceptualized by Scandinavian designer Thomas Juul-Hansen, Sixty East Eighty Sixth will offer 15 full-floor residences—more than half of which have already been sold.
Comprised of three- and four-bedroom homes, the boutique property features three one-of-a-kind, multi-level homes: a triplex townhouse, a tenth-floor duplex, and a triplex penthouse. Each residence touts 10-foot ceilings, direct elevator entry, and oversized casement-style windows; many have eat-in kitchens, while a select few feature wood-burning fireplaces, double-height living rooms, Juliet balconies, and windowed architectural stairs.
The apartments' chef's kitchens are outfitted with Val Quartzite flooring, expansive white marble slab countertops, Gaggenau appliances, Lefroy Brooks fixtures, custom lacquer cabinetry with polished nickel fixtures, and fluted glass cabinets. Their bespoke master baths are dressed in natural materials, showcasing Driftwood marble sinks and rosewood cabinetry.
In response to the increasing market demand for outdoor living space, the high-end address boasts a garden exclusively for its residents and their guests. In addition, the building's duplex residence offers two terraces and its penthouse is topped with a private roof terrace complete with a fireplace, fully-equipped kitchen, and a dining area with views of Central Park and the city's downtown skyline.
With prices ranging from $7.05 million to $20 million, the posh edifice—poised steps from a slew of iconic sites including Central Park, the Guggenheim Museum, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art—will offer a 24-hour doorman; a library/reception room; a full-equipped fitness center with a landscaped terrace; a children's playroom; indoor parking; and bicycle storage. Dedicated wine storage rooms will also be included with each residence.
For more information, visit the residential's official website.