Halcyon at 305 East 51st Street in Midtown East has serenely launched sales.
Available units at the 123-unit, 32-story tower designed by SLCE range from a $1.3 million one-bedroom to a $4.71 million three-bedroom. The apartments feature approximately ten-foot-tall ceilings, floor-to-ceiling double pane windows, smoked oak flooring and custom Poliform kitchens with Calacatta Gold marble and Miele appliances. The master bathrooms are slathered in white statuary marble with bronze fittings and deep soaking bathtubs.
Amenities include a concierge, doorman, common courtyard, gym, garage, package room, children’s playroom, 50-foot pool and recreation room.
S. Russell Groves designed the interiors, which have warm tones and finishes to “evoke a feeling of casual glamor and modern ease,” according to the listing on Corcoran’s site. No floorplans yet, but while you’re waiting for the layouts, go read our interview with the architect. Then enjoy this south view from Halcyon, courtesy of the official site. Warm palette, indeed!