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Roman and Williams and JDS Development Group Brings The Fitzroy to NYC

New York Cottages & Gardens // Dec 05, 2018

Jaw dropping real estate alert! A model residence at The Fitzroy was just released and we’re obsessed. A collaboration by Roman and Williams and development team JDS Development Group and Largo, this 10-story residential building boasts tons of modern amenities with impeccable attention to style and function.

This includes 11-foot ceilings, custom millwork, oversized wood casement double pane windows. The kitchens are custom Smallbone of Devizes designed by Roman and Williams and feature a copper backsplash, Waterworks R.W. Atlas fixtures (the copper is exclusive to the Fitzroy), Fiore de Pesco marble countertops and state-of-the-art appliances, such as black enameled Lacanche range, fully integrated Miele steam oven, warming drawer and dishwasher, as well as a Sub-Zero refrigerator and undercounter wine refrigerator. The bathroom includes Waterworks R.W. Atlas copper fixtures including handheld shower with thermostatic controls, and full slab marble floors and walls.

Additionally, each home is prewired with a customizable Savant home automation system and includes hydronic radiant-heated flooring throughout, multi-zoned central air conditioning system, Miele washer and dryer, chevron hardwood oak floors and custom light fixtures by Roman and Williams. The building also comes with its own list of amenities, including a 24-hour attended lobby; custom designed fitness center with dynamic movement studio, cardio studio, and yoga and Pilates room; wine cellar with secure wine locker for each home; climate-controlled, fully customizable storage room for each home; landscaped rooftop lounge with summer kitchen; children’s art studio; auxiliary laundry room with large washers and vented dryers; and bicycle storage. Residences range from $5.5-$26M.

Robert McCain and Kristina Kaplan Wallison of CORE are handling sales and marketing for the building.

Original Article: New York Cottages & Gardens