Brokers Weekly - New DevelopmentFebruary 20, 2013One Museum Mile, the new residential condominium at 1280 Fifth Avenue in Manhattan, is now more than 50 percent closed or in contract, announced CORE, the exclusive sales and marketing firm for the building. The 113 residential interiors at One Museum Mile were created by Andre Kikoski, who also designed the award-winning restaurant The Wright at the Guggenheim.
Robert A.M. Stern Architects, LLP, served as design architect for the building. SLCE Architects served as architect-of-record.
"One Museum Mile has achieved success with New Yorkers as well as international buyers who are looking for good value on Fifth Avenue," said Shaun Osher, CEO of CORE.
"They have been drawn not only to the building's prestigious location on Central Park, but also its superb architecture, amenities and modern interior design."
Residences include 838 s/f studios, two-bedroom apartments from 1,284 s/f to 1,699 s/f, and three-bedrooms up to 2,118 s/f. Available combinations include a 3,619 s/f, six-bedroom residence, and a sprawling eight-bedroom, 4,963 s/f home.
"There has been particularly strong demand from families attracted by the building's expansive residences, including a number of combination units," noted Douglas Barnes, managing director at Brickman, the developer of One Museum Mile.