Filed under: Real Estate Developments
A new Manhattan condo development has an interesting take on courting new buyers. 57 Irving Place has a model residence curated by gallerist Cristina Grajales. The model apartment is designed to showcase the modern aesthetics of 57 Irving Place. Grajales, an expert in 20th and 21st century design, collected items from emerging and established artists to furnish the three-bedroom, three-and-a-half bathroom apartment incorporating pieces from Espasso and Madeline Weinrib Atelier.
The nine-unit glass building has full-floor residences with floor-to-ceiling windows. The units include a gourmet kitchen and each master bathroom at 57 Irving Place is designed with a spa shower for two, elliptical freestanding tub, 40-square-foot marbled steam room and a spacious balcony.
Shown above is the foyer with a redwood and walnut table designed by Mira Nakashima, which is adorned with an "Enchanted Root Candelabra" by Michele Oka Doner. A 64-inch oil canvas by Daniel Senise, entitled "Piscina," catches the eye of buyers as the elevator opens up into the full-floor home. Residences at 57 Irving Place start from $6.75 million and are being sold through Corcoran Sunshine.