• 121 East 22nd

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    By Spencer Grover June 26, 2017
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    The corner of 121 and East 22nd is the latest development from the Toll Brothers City Living and Gemdale Properties and Investment. Sitting at the crossroads of Gramercy and Flatiron and led by world-renowned architect firm OMA, 121 E 22nd is guaranteed not to disappoint.  And with 18 floors and two residential towers, there’s sure to be a dream apartment for everyone – no matter what your needs.


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    Rendering courtesy of 121 East 22nd


    OMA partnered with a range of architecture services firms to bring their full vision to bear on 121 E 22nd. Shohei Shigematsu (Sho), the director of the Dutch firm’s NY offices, designed the building. His previous work includes the Barcelona Airport Terminal, the Quebec National Beaux Arts Museum, and 23 E 22nd Street.

    12 E 22nd has been designed to bind together the two bustling neighborhoods that the building straddles, the angular faces and striking corner reminiscent of the cubist design that inspired it. The texture created by the oversized, glazed windows merge glass and steel while still fitting in with the pre-wars nearby. The result is a stunning interaction between old and new. To execute this technical design, SLCE Architects have been brought on as the architects of record.


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    Rendering courtesy of 121 East 22nd

    Unlike most condos, 121 East 22nd offers a huge range of residences across its two towers for refined luxury that’s perfect for you.

    But what unites them is their commitment to fine design (courtesy of Incorporated) and unfettered luxury.


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    Rendering courtesy of 121 East 22nd


    The kitchens are the heart of any home and are practical and functional with gas cooktops, downdraft hoods, and wine storages in every unit. All the appliances are courtesy of Gaggenau. Quartz, stainless steel, and chrome create a minimalist look that will look as amazing in 20 years as the day you move in, and custom made cabinetry with acid-etched glass detailing warm up the space.

    From the kitchen, life flows seamlessly into the living room with wide plank white oak floors throughout and many units including balconies for integrated indoor/outdoor living.

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    Rendering courtesy of 121 East 22nd

    The bathrooms have been completed with no expense spared, with Calacatta Paonazzo marble-clad walls and built in marble Roman soaking tubs.

    The secondary baths (again, unusually for luxury condos) have been completed with the same commitment to quality as the master bath, with marble walls and frosted glassed in showers. Finally, the powder rooms create space and depth with Kenya Black accent walls.


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    Rendering courtesy of 121 East 22nd

    “At your service” sums up the amenities 121 E 22nd from the private entrance and the 24/7 concierge to the extra storage units and bike space.
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    Rendering courtesy of 121 East 22nd

    Residents can also look forward to relaxing in the central courtyard, where the pool and fitness center spill out into the sunshine, before moving on to the private lounge for a comfortable and practical entertaining space. Alternatively, you can wander to the rooftop terrace and relax around the fire pit and make superb use of the well-stocked outdoor kitchen.

    A movie theater and kid’s playroom round out the facilities for a space that is as functional as it is beautiful.


    There are 67 unique floor plans across 133 units so there truly is something for everyone. Currently, there are 12 units available, ranging from 1-bed 1-bath units up to 3-bed, 3.5 baths units.

    One bedrooms start around $1.6 million for a 780 square foot unit and go up to $1.95 million for 977 square feet.

    There’s a big range of two bedroom units available, ranging from 2-bed, 2-bath units for $2.9 million and $3.7 million for a 2-bed, 2.5-bath, 1700 square foot unit with a 109 square foot balcony.

    Three bedrooms start at $4.7 million for 1800 square feet, complete with a broadside of windows letting in plenty of light and a small private balcony off the master bedroom. They go up from there to $5 million for a 3-bed, 3.5-bath corner unit with a little over 2,000 square feet.


    With one foot in Gramercy and another in Flatiron, there’s nothing in the city that isn’t on your doorstep. Cafes and markets give you plenty of options for your morning coffee, designer boutiques keep you busy during the day, and a host of world-class restaurants and bars like the Flatiron Room mean you’ll never be left wanting for things to do as the sun goes down.

    …Assuming you can bring yourself to leave your beautiful condo, that is.

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