Living at The BromptonCompleted in 2008, The Brompton is a 22-story luxury condominium located on the Upper East Side, one of Manhattan’s most established residential neighborhoods. Designed by Robert A.M. Stern Architects, and managed by Related, The Brompton is timeless, yet contemporary, and exemplifies an esteemed lifestyle. The property’s Gothic-inspired red brick and limestone façade offers the framework for gracious layouts and richly detailed interiors. One hundred and sixty-eight thoughtful residences range from studios to five bedrooms with French white oak wood floors, oversized windows and washer/dryers by Miele. Impeccably designed kitchens include maple cabinetry with a latte finish, porcelain flooring and quartzite countertops and backsplashes. Sub-Zero refrigerators, Viking wall ovens and wine coolers, and Miele dishwashers are standard. Spa-like baths feature marble flooring and accents, custom vanities and six-foot soaking tubs. Perfectly located between Central Park and Carl Schurz Park, The Brompton offers convenient access to shopping, dining, museums, entertainment and recreational facilities.
Equinox Fitness Club
Cardio Fitness Room
Outdoor Play Area
No New York neighborhood emanates elegance like the Upper East Side. This is, after all, where Holly Golightly came after breakfast, where Frank Lloyd Wright built his Manhattan opus, and where lunching ladies trip between fancy dining rooms and Madison Avenue stores. A hive of prep schools, museums and shops (plus plastic surgeons aplenty), its streets have buzzed with deals made and socialite scandals since Edith Wharton’s era at least. And it’s still prime for people watching, whether you’re peering over frozen hot chocolates at Serendipity or sitting under oak trees in Central Park.
Holly Golightly entertained at 169 East 71st Street.
Art looks even better between the Guggenheim’s curved walls.
Just try passing Sant Ambroeus without stopping in for a treat.
Gossip Girl lives on in the Upper East Side’s private schools.
Not unlike the one in Monopoly.
250,000 people ride the Central Park carousel each year.
There’s little lovelier than Park Avenue in bloom.
A one-stop for kiddie gifts: FAO Schwarz.
Equally touristy and delicious: Serendipity’s frozen hot chocolate.
The star of many rom-coms set in Central Park.
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