The force of fabulosity is strong at NoMad’s 241 Fifth Avenue, which held its official launch event yesterday.
The 46-unit, 20-story building designed by ODA Architecture hit the 20 percent sold mark a week after its April sales kickoff. Available residences at the Victor Homes project range from a 511-square-foot studio asking $950,000 to a 3,080-square-foot, three-bedroom penthouse asking $7.95 million.
The interiors are heavily influenced by sharp and airy Danish Modern design; the apartments have white oak flooring, oversized windows, open-flow living rooms and kitchens with stone slab countertops and Miele appliances. The bathrooms are fitted with deep soaking tubs, glass-enclosed showers with solid teak details and fixtures from the Zucchetti-Kos Faraway collection.
But why read and think when you can see and believe? We took these photographs of the 15th-floor, 2,706-square-foot penthouse from the CORE-hosted event (you’re welcome):
This is the master bedroom:
Here’s that master bathroom, with those teak details that we mentioned:
And BAM, we have terrace:
Finally, here’s a floorplan of the 15th-floor penthouse, for the more spatially inclined. More floorplans here.