The Avery

100 Riverside Blvd., 11-H

Lincoln Square   |   West 64th Street & West 65th Street

Price Drop
Condo [Full Service]
$ 1,989,000 [ 0.5% | $ 10,000 ]
Rooms 4
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 2
Status Active
Real Estate Taxes [Monthly] $ 1,995
Common Charges [Monthly] $ 1,339
Financing Allowed 80%
Listing ID: 1952572

Property Description

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Enjoy direct views of the Hudson River from every room of this fantastic 2 bedroom apartment!

Modern stainless steel appliances, Walk-in closet, Two marble baths, Hardwood floors, Ample closet space, Washer and Dryer in unit.

The Avery is a full service condominium with on site concierge services by Abigail Michaels accredited by Les Clefs D’Or, state of the art fitness center, screening room, gaming room with Billiards table, children’s playroom, on site garage and more.
The location across from Riverside Park with its summer riverfront festivals, jogging and bike paths,playgrounds and ball fields can’t be beat. Not to mention the proximity to Central Park, Lincoln Center, and shopping and dining at The Time Warner.

Amenities
Extell Development and the Carlyle Group paid about $1.8 billion to acquire 20 acres between 59th and 65th Streets from Donald Trump and a consortium of investors from Hong Kong who have been developing properties to the north along Riverside Boulevard that ends at 72nd Street. Extell and Carlyle are expected to erect a total of six buildings on their property that overlooks the West Side Highway and the Hudson River. The Avery has been designed by Costas Kondylis and was completed in 2007. The Avery has a residents' theater, a gaming room, a 24-hour library with wireless Internet access, an entertaining room, a children's playroom "outfitted with toys, books and soft mats," a fitness center, a garage and "Abigail Michaels' hotel-style concierge service." It has also arranged with the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts to give the building's residents access to the concierge services of the center's patron desk, access that is available to individuals who contribute $2,500 to the center. In addition, the developer has arranged with the center to have students from the Juilliard School at the center give monthly concerts in the building. The building has a two-story-high lobby. Kitchens have "ribbed" aluminum upper cabinets, and Sub-Zero and Miele kitchen appliances and Waterworks fixtures. The project's marketing was launched with a large tent party on the site between 64th and 65th Streets with a performance by Seal, the singer. Gary Barnett, the head of Extell, was quoted by Motoko Rich in a February 23, 2006 article in the New York Times as stating that the "launch" party was about "signaling that there's new ownership and we're doing things a bit differently." Apartments range in size from 600-square-foot studios to 1,700-square-foot three-bedroom units and prices initially ranged from about $850,000 to more than $3 million. Extell other developments include the Orion on West 42nd Street, the Ariel East and West on Broadway at 99th Street, Altair 18 and Altair 20 in Chelsea, 995 Fifth Avenue, and the W. Hotel in Times Square. The 30-story Avery has been designed by Costas Kondylis and SCLE and has 274 apartments.
New To The Market !!! More Photos 3D Tour and Video Coming Soon

Enjoy direct views of the Hudson River from every room of this fantastic 2 bedroom apartment!

Modern stainless steel appliances, Walk-in closet, Two marble baths, Hardwood floors, Ample closet space, Washer and Dryer in unit.

The Avery is a full service condominium with on site concierge services by Abigail Michaels accredited by Les Clefs D’Or, state of the art fitness center, screening room, gaming room with Billiards table, children’s playroom, on site garage and more.
The location across from Riverside Park with its summer riverfront festivals, jogging and bike paths,playgrounds and ball fields can’t be beat. Not to mention the proximity to Central Park, Lincoln Center, and shopping and dining at The Time Warner.

Amenities
Extell Development and the Carlyle Group paid about $1.8 billion to acquire 20 acres between 59th and 65th Streets from Donald Trump and a consortium of investors from Hong Kong who have been developing properties to the north along Riverside Boulevard that ends at 72nd Street. Extell and Carlyle are expected to erect a total of six buildings on their property that overlooks the West Side Highway and the Hudson River. The Avery has been designed by Costas Kondylis and was completed in 2007. The Avery has a residents' theater, a gaming room, a 24-hour library with wireless Internet access, an entertaining room, a children's playroom "outfitted with toys, books and soft mats," a fitness center, a garage and "Abigail Michaels' hotel-style concierge service." It has also arranged with the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts to give the building's residents access to the concierge services of the center's patron desk, access that is available to individuals who contribute $2,500 to the center. In addition, the developer has arranged with the center to have students from the Juilliard School at the center give monthly concerts in the building. The building has a two-story-high lobby. Kitchens have "ribbed" aluminum upper cabinets, and Sub-Zero and Miele kitchen appliances and Waterworks fixtures. The project's marketing was launched with a large tent party on the site between 64th and 65th Streets with a performance by Seal, the singer. Gary Barnett, the head of Extell, was quoted by Motoko Rich in a February 23, 2006 article in the New York Times as stating that the "launch" party was about "signaling that there's new ownership and we're doing things a bit differently." Apartments range in size from 600-square-foot studios to 1,700-square-foot three-bedroom units and prices initially ranged from about $850,000 to more than $3 million. Extell other developments include the Orion on West 42nd Street, the Ariel East and West on Broadway at 99th Street, Altair 18 and Altair 20 in Chelsea, 995 Fifth Avenue, and the W. Hotel in Times Square. The 30-story Avery has been designed by Costas Kondylis and SCLE and has 274 apartments.

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Apartment Features

A/C [Central]
Washer / Dryer
100 Riverside Blvd. Lincoln Square New York NY 10069

Building Details [100 Riverside Blvd.]

Ownership Condo
Service Level Full Service
Access Elevator
Pet Policy Pets Allowed
Block/Lot 1171/7505
Building Type High-Rise
Age Post-War
Year Built 2007
Floors/Apts 30/263

Building Amenities

Bike Room
Billiards Room
Business Center
Cinema Room
Fitness Facility
Garage
Garden
Hotel Style Service
Laundry Rooms
Party Room
Playroom
Private Storage
Valet Service
WiFi

Building Statistics

$ 1,303 APPSF

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