Last Wednesday, New York City’s Central Park Conservancy hosted “Central to Spring”, a kickoff event to welcome the new season at the Park. Residential buildings surrounding the Park, including One Museum Mile, hosted residents and guests for cocktails and hors d’oeuvre as a way to support the Central Park Conservancy and celebrate spring in one of the world’s greatest parks. In addition to the gatherings within each building, guests were invited to watch a fireworks display that took place within Central Park.
Guests at One Museum Mile mingled on the building’s expansive rooftop before heading down to see two units of the 18th floor that housed live music in one room, and a preview screening of the building’s appearance on Selling New York in the other. One Museum Mile’s sales team members, Tom Postilio, Natalie Rakowski, Parul Brahmbhatt, and John Harrison were all present to toast to the season and join in the celebration. Click the break for a look inside the event. (more…)
If good views and great light top your list of priorities (and is there anyone out there who doesn’t value those qualities?), then this high-floor unit in the Sky House is the one for you, boasting nine large windows and exposures looking out onto Fifth Avenue’s architectural icons. The floor plan is elegant and practical, with winged bedrooms that provide privacy, and ample living and dining space. And while good design is never an accident, sometimes a little bit of luck does come into play in real estate. The Sky House’s location on East 29th Street, neither Midtown nor Downtown, was seen as a drawback by some when the building first went up, but the neighborhood has been surging the last few years. Dubbed NoMad, a wave of new boutique hotels, restaurants and shops have turned the area into one of Manhattan’s most exciting (and investment-worthy) neighborhoods. But we digress. Let’s get back to those lovely views.