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Luxe Exposé

A First Look Into The Latest Residence at Robert A.M. Stern’s 20 East End Avenue

20 East End Avenue has unveiled model residence 11B. This sprawling 4,963-square-feet home boasts five-bedrooms and five-and-a-half bathrooms. Inside, the elevator opens directly into the residence, where the gallery-inspired entryway leads to grand entertaining rooms, including an expansive living room with views of the neighborhood’s tree-lined streets and the East River. The building was designed to deliver a bespoke living experience, including elegantly proportioned residential layouts and interiors, the unparalleled finishes and the unique amenity spaces, were designed to be a proper extension of one’s home.

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Mansion Global

A Three-Bedroom Inside Robert A.M. Stern's New Upper East Side Condo Building

Residence 6A, a premier three-bedroom home, is Mansion Global’s listing of the day. Luxurious finishes and design details abound in this Manhattan abode. Architectural and design details include 11-foot ceilings, oversized bay windows that overlook tree-lined East End Avenue, walnut-stained white Appalachian herringbone oak floors, as well as kitchen hardware and a cast iron soaking tub in the master bath both designed by Lefroy Brooks. The condo has north, east and west exposures with partial views of the East River. “Construction is finishing up,” said Nicole Siciliano-Trazzera, the sales director at 20 East End Avenue. “Of the 70% of the units that have been sold, all have closed. People have started moving in.”

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New York Spaces

Patrik Lönn Designs a Model Residence in Robert A.M. Stern's 20 East End Avenue

Patrik Lönn said “20 East End Avenue offers an unparalleled residential experience on the Upper East Side with a design concept that embodies a modern interpretation of classic pre-war architecture.” Patrik Lönn has brought his modern yet sophisticated aesthetic to the sprawling, 2,765-square-foot three-bedroom and three-and-a-half bathroom model residence. “[The Modern Classicism] aesthetic is exactly what my design language adheres to—simple, clean and refined design with a reference to classical elements with modern amenities.”

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Architectural Digest

A First Look Inside Robert A.M. Stern’s 20 East End Avenue

Architectural Digest says “[Stern’s] style is on dazzling display at 20 East End Avenue; exquisite detailing and fine materials seem more drawn from the playbook of European classicism than contemporary Manhattan real estate. It's a striking marriage of prewar sensibility and modern comfort.” Designer Patrick Lönn, who modeled a residence at the building, says “it was a very seamless process where the designs for each room came naturally, as the scale and proportions are so well executed by Mr. Stern." Read more to see Architectural Digest’s tour of the nearly completed building.

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Mansion Global

New Townhouses Get Condo Treatment

The new crop of townhouses maintains the privacy and charm of classic homes, while borrowing many modern features, like high ceilings and luxurious finishes from the new construction condo world. Town Home owners at 20 East End Avenue will be able to enjoy the refined and elegant amenity spaces in the main building, including a gated private motor court, a library stocked with a collection of books that Mr. Stern curated, a billiards room, a wine cellar, and a private dining room. “[People] want the conveniences of a condominium, and everything handled for them” said developer Edward Baquero, the president of Corigin Real Estate Group. “The idea is that you can buy a somewhat modest, 5,000- square-foot townhome, but you can live as if it were a 20,000-square foot mansion because of all these extra spaces.”

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LLNYC

Homes so entertaining you’ll never want to leave

Loaded with amenities that appeal to hip, active New Yorkers, as well as modern layouts and upscale services, new condo buildings are updating the character of Upper East Side luxury homes and giving prewar homes stiff competition. Jodi Stasse, senior managing director at Corcoran Sunshine, said amenities are “curated to how people live.” She pointed to 20 East End Avenue, designed by Stern, which she said combines the elegance of prewar design with modern proportions like high ceilings and open-plan layouts. Perhaps no detail better exemplifies that duality more than the building’s gated porte-cochere, a drive-in landscaped courtyard with a 12-foot fountain hand-carved in Italy. Residents can pull in and make a grand entrance while enjoying maximum privacy as they exit from their vehicle.

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Robb Report

5 Modern Manhattan Marvels Redefining the Townhouse Concept

As Manhattan continues to pave the way in luxury real estate, the highly coveted townhouse—long considered a status symbol among New York City’s elite—is more desirable now than ever. Bringing the best in state-of-the-art amenities, appliances, and services, townhouses are now offering both the privacy and quietness of a home and the modern amenities of a condominium. 20 East End Avenue has two duplex Town Homes and a Maisonette. Each one comes with a separate living and dining room as well as a sculptural staircase leading to the bedrooms on the upper floors. Two of the Town Homes have their own private elevator as well as verdant landscaped gardens. Pricing for the units will start at $10.25 million.

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Field Condition

Tour: 20 East End Avenue

Construction is nearing completion on the facade of 20 East End Avenue, a prewar-inspired residential tower from Corigin Real Estate Group and Florida East Coast Realty. Designed by Robert A.M. Stern Architects, the Upper East Side tower references classic prewar New York architecture from the likes of Roasario Candela.

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DuJour

A Blueprint for Seduction

Big-name architects, record-breaking prices, sky-high towers with helicopter views and amenities worthy of a five-star hotel—it’s clear that sexy New York real estate is booming. For those who love pre-war architecture but also want modern amenities, Robert A.M. Stern’s original building features a porte cochere with a wall fountain and landscaped courtyard. Traditional details continue inside, with a dramatic spiral staircase, billiards room and oak and marble throughout the units.

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New York Post

NYC families are bringing the suburbs to the city

Demand for homey buildings in cozy neighborhoods — where cherry trees bloom in spring and Halloween parades amble by each fall — is huge. Stroll the 11 blocks of Manhattan’s riverfront East End Avenue, and you’ll notice a remarkable absence of city noise. “You can open your window on Saturday morning and not hear the hum of traffic,” says Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group sales director Nicole Siciliano-Trazzera, who lived there for six years. “You literally hear birds.” The tony neighborhood also offers the tranquil 15-acre Carl Shurz Park, sports facilities at Asphalt Green and world-class schools; living here you have all the amenities of a leafy suburb without the hassle of a commute. Only 13 out of 41 units are left at Corigin’s new 20 East End Avenue, which was designed by Robert A.M. Stern and features a limestone motor court and some of the last approved wood-burning fireplaces in Manhattan.

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Robb Report

These Posh Penthouses Take Luxurious Living to New Heights

Manhattan’s Upper East Side is a playground of sophistication and affluence, and at 20 East End Avenue, Robert A.M. Stern Architects has designed a bespoke property that showcases luxury at the highest level. Penthouse A, a five bedroom and five and a half bathroom residence, has over 6,000 square feet of interior space, an additional 4,542 square feet of outdoor space, and views of the East River and Manhattan’s skyline can be seen from all corners.

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Luxury Listing NYC

Beauty power couple nabs pretty pad on the UES

Cynthia “Thia” Breen, Estée Lauder’s president for North America, and Laurie Dowley, senior VP of Elizabeth Arden, have just bought themselves an $8.6 million condo at the Robert A.M. Stern-designed 20 East End Avenue, city records show. Their new 3,037-square-foot spread comes with three bedrooms, a library, 11-foot-high ceilings, herringbone oak floors, a chef’s kitchen with Brazilian quartzite countertops, marble bathrooms and a cast iron soaking tub.

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Forbes

13 Luxurious Condo Fireplaces That Warm The Heart

The Library at 20 East End features the hottest (literally and figuratively speaking) amenity, a chic fireside communal space. Residents can knock off pages of their favorite book beneath coffered ceilings within heat range of a fireplace crafted from a Paonazzo marble surround and a Pietra Serena hearth.

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Curbed

Robert A.M. Stern’s Lavish 20 East End Avenue Will Welcome Its First Residents

Closings have commenced at 20 East End Avenue. When residents move in, they will be welcomed by the custom designed Robert A.M. Stern chef’s kitchens, high ceilings, high-end finishes, and more. Residents will have access to the development’s swanky amenities, including a game room, wine cellar (and private wine rooms available to purchase), billiards room, and an extremely rare gated porte-cochère and private motor court.

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Bloomberg

New York’s Latest Must-Have Luxury Apartment Craze is Driveways

Private driveways are a rarity in New York City apartment buildings. This highly coveted amenity provides privacy, security, and convenience. 20 East End Avenue has taken it one set further and offers residence the ultimate entry experience with a private porte cochère that has a landscaped entranceway, a limestone fountain, and a garden pavilion.

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Live, Work & Play

New York City has the uncanny ability to embrace any and all lifestyles as a vibrant metropolis steeped in a rich history as disparate as its residents. In many ways, 20 East End Avenue on Manhattan’s Upper East Side reflects this level of seamless and diverse accommodation—there’s quite simply something for everyone.

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New York Family

Luxe Listings

20 East End boasts one of the most comprehensive amenity suites in Manhattan, including a family-friendly junior lounge. This unique 500-square-foot play space features everything from interactive gaming pods, vintage arcade games, and foosball, to a large central table perfect for board games and a dedicated area for hosting parties.

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Expanding Heights at 20 East End

New York is a city for those with a penchant for the vertical. Situated in one of the world’s most exclusive enclaves—the Upper East Side—20 East End Avenue will have your eye fixed upward even when you are inside.

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Metro

Inside Look: Five Private Roof Decks Atop New York City

Even among ultra-luxe penthouses, Penthouse A at 20 East End stands out with the largest private roof deck available in uptown Manhattan. Offering 4,500 square feet of outdoor space, this dramatic terrace boasts several outdoor “rooms”—including one with a woodburning fireplace—and 360-degree views of the city and the East River from its Upper East Side location.

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Entertaining at 20 East End

From the first guest’s arrival to the last candle blown out, you’ll love entertaining at 20 East End Avenue. Whether you are hosting an intimate brunch, a relaxed dinner reuniting old college friends, or a full-scale New Year’s Eve fête, your residence will have the space, views, and amenities to make even Martha Stewart envy your panache. The Upper East Side, one of the toniest neighborhoods in the world, is synonymous with gracious living and, of course, tasteful entertaining.

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New York Times

Closets as Big as Some Apartments

Oversized walk-in closets—a fantasy for many New Yorkers—have been meticulously considered at 20 East End Avenue. The Robert A.M. Stern-designed condo has teamed up with Transform, a leader in custom closets, to offer the option of designing spaces to personal specifications. According to one buyer who’s having a closet installed prior to moving into her 20 East End home, “It’s a true form of luxury that we’ve never had before.”

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Brick Underground

5 Fabulous Foyers that Guarantee a Dramatic Entrance

An often overlooked element of every great New York apartment is its foyer—an essential ingredient for a grand entrance. At upscale residential building 20 East End Avenue, a three-bedroom condominium features a luxurious entry gallery featuring custom-paneled doors and Appalachian white oak flooring in a classic herringbone pattern.

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Forbes

Gimme Shelter: Porte-cochères Revived as Sexy NYC Condo Status Symbols

Traditionally a status symbol from the era of the horse and carriage, the porte-cochère is experiencing a revival in a handful of elite New York City residential buildings. Architect Robert A.M. Stern designed a high-arched and gated version of the classic porte-cochère for the Upper East Side Manhattan condos at 20 East End Avenue. The elegant feature is enhanced a landscaped courtyard with a hand-carved wall fountain.

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Robert A.M. Stern’s Library

A well-curated library tells many stories beyond those that sit on its shelves, among them the story of whomever assembled the trove of titles that thrill, delight, and inspire. Providing an intimate yet communal space, libraries foster an unspoken connection between fellow readers—a rarely experienced luxury outside of a university or a local public branch.

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Metro

Inside Look: Six Spa-Like Bathrooms that Can Make Any New Yorker Relax

In a city known for cramped apartments, the bathrooms of Manhattan are notorious for their lack of comfort. Not so in the Upper East Side condos at 20 East End Avenue, where these sprawling spaces feature fine finishes and opulent design. Each master bath in these luxury residences is outfitted in fine Calacatta Caldia marble and has double sinks and a custom vanity. In many of the master bathrooms, panoramic views of the city and the East River can be enjoyed from the soaking tub.

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Upper East Side Summer

In the summertime, the Upper East Side transforms into the quintessential New York City oasis—with its parks, sidewalk cafes, and museums offering the promise relaxation amidst the heat. Living at the 20 East End Avenue allows residents to partake of the sunny weather and urban greenery, all while surrounded by the best of New York City culture and cuisine.

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Refinery29

Peek Inside the Apartments of New York’s 1%

Manhattan’s taste for luxury real estate hits its apex on the Upper East Side, where the grandeur of Old World design knows no bounds. The neighborhood’s undeniable standouts are the residences at the Robert A.M. Stern-designed at 20 East End Avenue, where the Penthouse boasts massive square footage, white oak flooring, 12-foot ceilings, and custom crown moldings. The Penthouse’s Roof Dining Terrace with a wood-burning fireplace offers over 4,500 square feet of private space unrivaled views of the Upper East Side, the East River, and beyond.

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New York Observer

New & Noteworthy

20 East End Avenue stands out from the fresh crop of high-end residential developments currently blooming on Manhattan’s Upper East Side. The 18-story, Robert A.M. Stern-designed limestone building features luxury condos ranging in size from two to six bedrooms and from 1,900 to 6,300 square feet. Residents of the new apartments will have access to amenities like a private motor court, an intimate wine cellar, and a tranquil library with a book collection curated by Robert A.M. Stern.

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CityRealty

When Old is New: Rosario Candela’s Comeback

Early-20th-century architect Rosario Candela’s influence is evident in the Upper East Side condos for sale at 20 East End Avenue. Architect Robert A.M. Stern has bucked the recent trend toward glass towers in favor of gilded pre-war elegance, faithfully replicating Candela’s painstaking attention to detail. The polished sensibility of Stern’s predecessor is felt throughout 20 East End Avenue, from the building’s porte-cochère and motor court and octagonal lobby to the soaring ceilings in each of its luxury residences.

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Coming Home

New York is filled with picturesque blocks that exude a certain inimitable character -- and East End Avenue may be the most distinctive of the lot. This historic 11-block enclave on the storied Upper East Side is always there to greet you on your path back home. In fact, for residents of 20 East End Avenue -- unlike some Manhattanites who find respite away from their cramped island quarters -- it's this very neighborhood that reinvigorates them day in and day out.

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The Real Deal

Can you say UES building boom?

With its ample club-inspired amenities, 20 East End Avenue stands alone amid other Upper East Side offerings. Long prized by families for its top-notch public and private schools, the intimate neighborhood is now becoming even more popular due to the imminent extension of the 2nd Avenue subway line. From its library with a book collection curated by Robert A.M. Stern to its private wine cellar, spa and gym, and gated porte-cochère and motor court, 20 East End Avenue is quickly becoming the new crown jewel of this burgeoning neighborhood.

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New York Times

Going to New Heights to Please Buyers

Options for high-ceilinged living space in Manhattan were once limited to prewar buildings and narrow lofts. The soaring 11’-13’ ceilings at 20 East End Avenue create a sense of openness so rarely found in new construction while highlighting breathtaking city and river views.

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Luxury Listings NYC

See Inside the Penthouse Apartments at Robert Stern’s 20 East End Avenue

Two new penthouses have been added to the top of the list of luxury condominiums for sale on the Upper East Side. At 20 East End Avenue, Penthouse A features 6,000 square feet of indoor space and another 4,500 square feet of outdoor space in four terraces and a full roof deck, while Penthouse B boasts slightly more indoor room as well as a private balcony. Both units come with access to amenities including an 8,000-bottle wine cellar with a private dining room, a stately billiard room, a gated porte-cochère and motor court and a full fitness center with spa and sauna.

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New York Times

A Conversation with Paul L. Whalen

Architect Paul L. Whalen has worked closely with Robert A.M. Stern, developing a creative partnership that has resulted Mr. Stern’s signature style, embodied by 20 East End Avenue. The 18-story building boasts many classic elements, which are made even more enticing when combined with more than a few modern comforts.

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New Yorker

Architecture’s King of Tradition

Celebrated architect Robert A.M. Stern is bringing his traditional sensibility and adventuresome spirit to Upper East Side real estate. Ever the iconoclast, Stern has gone to great lengths in recent years to infuse a sense of personal connection into the residential spaces he creates. By incorporating revered design motifs into his contemporary residences, Stern makes the past current while shaping the skylines of the future.

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Mansion Global

Listing of the Day: A Quintessential Manhattan Penthouse

The new standard for an Upper East Side penthouse has arrived. Sitting atop the 18-story building, Penthouse A at 20 East End Avenue offers five-bedrooms and a sweeping private roof terrace with panoramic views of the city and the East River.

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Mann Report

The Penthouse Collection—20 East End

The Penthouses at 20 East End Avenue showcase one-of-a-kind features that can only be found in the finest Upper East Side apartments. Designed by Robert A.M. Stern, the penthouses feature impressive details including oversized windows, 12’ ceilings, a custom-designed kitchen featuring Gaggenau appliances and master bathrooms decked out in marble and milk glass. Penthouse A includes a private, full roof terrace offering panoramic views of the East River and the Manhattan skyline. Both penthouses also feature private elevator access and formal entry galleries. 20 East End Avenue’s gated porte-cochère and motor court allows for discreet arrivals and departures.

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20 East End

A+ Education: The Upper East Side’s Historic and Exceptional Schools

Whether your children are preparing for their very first day of school or switching schools due to a move to the neighborhood, there’s an array of top-ranked educational institutions in the the Upper East Side, all in close proximity to the condos at 20 East End Avenue. Below is a round-up of area schools with some of the most selective admissions criteria and highest academic standards, each of which is driven by committed faculty and longstanding traditions of educational excellence.

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Wall Street Journal

Upper East Side Penthouse with Dramatic Roof Deck Seeks $35 Million

Timeless design and updated amenities harmoniously coexist in the Upper East Side apartments at 20 East End. Inspired by Manhattan’s preeminent pre-war structures, architect Robert A.M. Stern has created a stunning tribute to a more refined time in each of the building’s 43 apartments including its five-bedroom, five-bath, 6,050-square-foot penthouse.

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Financial Times

The Upper East Side’s new 18-storey condominium

A bibliophile’s dream is now reality on the Upper East Side. Nestled among the 43 condos for sale at 20 East End is one of Manhattan’s most magnificent libraries, painstakingly curated by the building’s storied architect, Robert A.M. Stern.

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Gotham

All About Robert A.M. Stern's 20 East End Ave

Located on the corner of East 80th Street, 20 East End Avenue will house 40 impeccably designed Upper East Side apartments. Harmony from the outside in was the goal of architect Robert A.M. Stern, whose attention to detail can be seen in everything from unique setback terraces to kitchen backsplashes and custom finishes. Amenities include a wine cellar with a dining table and a library with a fireplace, beamed ceiling, and silk carpets.

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The Wall Street Journal

The Classic Six: A Floorplan Favored for its Flexibility

The traditional pre-World War II apartment layout known as the “Classic Six” was made popular by New York builders in the 1920s. Featuring bedrooms that are set off from the living and dining areas, such residences usually have a total of six rooms, hence the moniker. Today, renowned New York architect Robert A.M. Stern has put this layout to good use in his new 20 East End Avenue development, which also features pre-war elements such as a motor court and billiards room. With the building’s intriguing limestone façade and sleek interiors, the Upper East Side apartments at 20 East End Avenue are charming New Yorkers back to a time when classic style was appreciated for its simplicity, elegance, and distinction.

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East End Sweets

It's easy—perhaps too easy—to satisfy a serious dessert craving when you live on the Upper East Side. Your condo on East End Avenue is steps from some of the city’s best bakeries and sweets shops. With so many options, it’s helpful to have guidance so you can discern the true crème de la crème.

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Cocktail Culture

In the last five years or so a renewed appreciation for vintage and made-to-order cocktails has somehow managed to gain a stable foothold in the distilled spirit arena. The appreciation for the artistry of the cocktail is at an all-time high. These are drinks that take time and love to produce—drinks with subtle ingredients that complement rather than dilute or hide the flavors of the liquor at their core.

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New York Observer

All Inclusive: New-Look Townhomes With Condo Conveniences

Corigin Real Estate Group and architect Robert A.M. Stern have teamed up to incorporate traditional townhomes into a luxury condo development. The typical drawback to single-family townhomes – a lack of full-service amenities – was successfully solved with their 20 East End development. The Upper East Side Manhattan building has 43 condo residences with three townhomes built into its base. The townhomes offer its residents privacy and luxury, while allowing developer Corigin Real Estate Group to opt out on street-level retail and preserve the exquisite detailing of the building.

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Haute Residence

20 East End Evokes the Extraordinary Elegance of a Gilded Era

Robert A.M. Stern Architects are bringing their touch of class to the Upper East Side. The new condominiums for sale by the Corigin Real Estate Group at 20 East End distinguish themselves from other luxury developments in Manhattan in numerous ways, including the first porte-cochére built in the neighborhood since the 1920s and modern traditionalist architecture that offers a true refashioning of elegant pre-war design. Stern ably and seamlessly fused the architecture and interior of the building by hand-selecting every detail. Nestled among the tallest and shiniest buildings of the New York skyline, this Upper East Side real estate gem effectively stands out as it also fits in effortlessly with its upscale surroundings.

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20 East End

From the Upper East Side to the Far East: Robert A.M. Stern Goes Global

Since founding his eponymous firm in 1977, Robert A.M. Stern has become one of the most widely known and prolific architects of our time. A graduate of the Yale School of Architecture, where he now serves as Dean, Stern is considered one of the fathers of the Postmodernist approach to architectural design. Stern’s firm, Robert A.M. Stern Architects (RAMSA) employs a staff of 300 and has designed and constructed a staggering array of projects around the world.

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Artful Antiquing on the Upper East Side

Though it’s no longer thought of as “the silk stocking district,” Manhattan’s Upper East Side has never lost its air of quietly refined elegance. The stately homes and Upper East Side townhouses that line the famous neighborhood’s streets have been occupied by Rockefellers, Roosevelts, and Kennedys as well as the likes of Andrew Carnegie and Edith Wharton. Today while strolling those same streets and browsing the plethora of expertly curated antique shops in the area, one can still enjoy a sense of a more refined and discerning age.

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The New York Times

Building Amenities: Flashy is Nice, but So is Consistency

The first thing 20 East End residents will encounter when returning home to their elegant new Upper East Side apartments is the porte-cochère, a tunnel that travels through the building into a private, open-air motor court. Developer Edward Baquero says this driveway will provide a lavish indication of the luxury and comfort delivered by the building’s 43 meticulously designed apartments. The same will also be true of the wine cellar, private dining area, billiards and arcade room, and 400-book wood-paneled library, which will be curated by 20 East End’s renowned architect, Robert A.M. Stern.

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9fi5th Magazine

Gilded Age Glamour Comes Back to Manhattan’s East Side

Famed architect Robert A.M. Stern is paying homage to Manhattan’s Gilded Age with his luxury Upper East Side apartments at 20 East End. “This building is about paying respect to the way things used to be done and the way that they should be done,” developer Edward Baquero says. The condo will feature top amenities such as a wood-paneled library carefully curated by Stern, a state-of-the-art fitness center and spa, a wine cellar, and a private motor court.

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Just Luxe

Meet 20 East End Avenue, the Upper East Side’s Newest Million-Dollar Boutique Building

Prewar grace and modern style will meld in the bespoke living experience offered by Manhattan’s newest boutique condominiums for sale at 20 East End. The 18-story building, currently under construction on the Upper East Side, will feature 43 multi-bedroom residences ranging in size from 1,900 to 6,000 square feet, as well as two penthouses and three duplex townhouses. Lavish amenity spaces, including a wine cellar, fitness center, spa, and library, have been designed with 11- to 13-foot ceilings and detailed finishes so they act as seamless extensions of the building’s glamorous residences.

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Prewar-Postmodern Style

In the 1880s, the style that is now considered the quintessential New York City architectural aesthetic was born. Borrowing elements from traditional European design and reformulating them to accommodate modern apartment living, famed architects built a multitude of venerable New York icons. The Janes & Leo-designed Beaux-Arts beauty The Dorilton is still, after 115 years, one of the most stunning and vibrant structures in Manhattan. And Henry J. Hardenbergh’s paradigmatic design for the Upper West Side landmark The Dakota—which is steeped in the lore of its own storied history and famous inhabitants—is undeniably iconic.

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A Brief History Of Yorkville: From the Revolutionary War to Barack Obama

Early Beginnings

It’s hard to believe now, but Yorkville was once sleepy and unremarkable – certainly a far cry from its current state as a prime neighborhood with picture-book mansions and luxury condos lining its streets. During the Revolutionary War, Yorkville was a key strategic territory where some of Washington’s Continental Army was stationed. Though a bit down-at-heels until the late 1800s, Yorkville was an incredibly industrious place during the nineteenth century, when it was home to masses of Irish and German immigrants, many of whom worked on the Croton Aqueduct (of which you can still see remnants scattered across the city). In fact, so synonymous was Yorkville with its European inhabitants, it earned the nickname “Germantown,” became a refuge for many after World War II, and is still home to German delis and restaurants as well as the annual Steuben Parade.

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Best Boutiques for Residents of All Ages Near 20 East End Avenue

Along its quiet streets lined with stately homes and leafy parks, the Upper East Side also contains some of the city’s best shopping. Beyond the name-brand designer shops of Madison Avenue are hidden gems and unique boutiques that quietly provide top-notch service and distinctive objets to the locals who live in luxury Upper East Side townhouses and penthouses. Whether you’re searching for the perfect baguette, an antique armchair, or a box of pure lapis lazuli, such treasures can be found—if you know where to look.

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Urban Gardening in NYC

Central and Riverside Parks in New York City rank among the most beautiful outdoor spaces in the country, but where is it possible to create new green spaces in one of the most dense metropolises in the world? Look no further than the city’s rooftops, where exciting gardening projects are flourishing everywhere. The city’s own urban farms are proving it’s possible to grow superb produce in the Big Apple. Plus, at certain luxury condominium residences, you can garden in your own, private outdoor haven.

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Departures

20 East End Avenue

Dubbed the “apartment building for today and tomorrow” by its architect, Robert A.M. Stern, the Upper East Side apartments at 20 East End Avenue marry modern luxury with exterior style that recalls a more sophisticated time. While the building’s 43 residences are outfitted with contemporary features including heated marble floors and Gaggenau appliances, its limestone façade, gated porte-cochere, and rounded motor court provide the charm and elegance of a pre-war construction.

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The Wall Street Journal

New Manhattan Condos Offer Old-World Motor Courts

With luxury being the norm in New York’s condominium developments, it is no surprise to see that the classic motor court is making a comeback. In the Upper East Side an old-world motor court is due to arrive at 20 East End Avenue in the summer of 2016. The location will include an original Robert A.M. Stern-designed cobblestone feature with delicate landscaping and latticework, creating “the feeling of a garden,” says Stern. The designer has set out to gracefully reflect the mood of the neighborhood by combining new luxury with old standards to create a very special sense of desirability.

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The Real Deal

Architecture Reviews: Robert A.M. Stern creates an instant classic on the Upper East Side

New York is unlike any other city, especially architecturally. The distinct quality coined “New Yorkism” is exactly what Robert A.M. Stern is a master of embracing, and his new Upper East Side condominiums at 20 East End Avenue reflect this well. While volumetric boldness was the main feature of classics from the early 1900s, Stern applies a lighter touch as he focuses more on the surface treatments and interior qualities of his projects. Though Stern can create a classic feel in a more effortless manner than any other contemporary architect, his ability to also change with the times truly sets him, and his buildings, apart.

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Curbed

Inside the Sales Office of Robert A.M. Stern's 20 East End Ave

Designer Robert A.M. Stern and developer Corigin have created a timeless design in the new Upper East Side real estate at 20 East End Avenue. Stern and Corigin alike wanted to address changing times and future essentials while still creating a classic feel that incorporates the past. Built from an inside-out perspective, the building features 43 units and 27 distinctive layouts in order to ensure that each residence can be customized as closely as possible to its individual resident’s needs and desires.

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CBS New York

Living Large: Luxury On A Whole New Level

A new luxury building at 20 East End Avenue by designer Robert A.M. Stern can be experienced via a full-scale model residence located on Madison Avenue. The ability to see and feel the details that will go into each unit is a luxury in itself, as most condominiums of this caliber sell out before even being built. While Stern’s unmatched attention to detail is sure to entice future residents of Upper East Side real estate, his talent for integrating an inimitable spirit of the early 1900s with modern amenities will also be hard to resist.

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East End Avenue

At just eleven blocks in length, East End Avenue is a haven within New York’s Upper East Side that has cultivated an identity all its own.

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Manhattan Hosts New Condominium Building by Robert AM Stern

After much anticipation, the Upper East Side apartments at 20 East End Avenue have finally hit the market. The 18-story condominium, designed by feted architect Robert A.M. Stern, is home to 43 unique residences ranging in size from 1,900 to upwards of 6,000 square feet. A wide variety of homes are offered to accommodate residents’ tastes, from a two-bedroom to a duplex penthouse featuring more than 4,000 square feet of private terrace space and gorgeous river views. The building’s amenities, including a private entrance and a hand-selected library, cater to its residents’ discerning tastes as well.

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New York Post

Interiors Intel – Robert A.M. Stern’s 20 East End Ave

Robert A.M. Stern’s architectural style is on display inside and outside his newest project at 20 East End Avenue. Stern designed both the interiors and exteriors of the luxury condominium. The 17-story condo will feature 43 units starting at just 2,000 square feet, a much more liveable scale compared to the massive Upper East Side apartments left over from Manhattan’s Gilded Era.

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20 East End Avenue

The Classic Design of 20 East End Avenue

Architect Robert A.M. Stern is one of the foremost designers who shaped what we now know as the classic New York City aesthetic. Coining his unique approach “modern traditionalism,” Stern designed his creations to harken back to a more classical era while still remaining contemporary and exciting. His buildings pay homage to the atmosphere of the neighborhoods in which they reside in a celebrated practice of preservation through innovation.

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20 East End Avenue

Architect Robert A.M Stern

Robert A.M. Stern is one of the most renowned and prolific architects of the 20th century. Undoubtedly one of the fathers of Postmodernism—some even say it was Stern who coined the term itself—his New Classical approach to urban architecture has spawned many disciples and earned him countless awards and accolades throughout the years.

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THE NEW YORK TIMES

Scaled-Down Luxury

At a condominium rising on the Upper East Side, apartments start at a mere 2,800 square feet. The Philosophy behind 20 East End Avenue, a classically featured gray-brick apartment building taking up residence near such distinguished edifices as Vincent Astor's 120 East End Avenue, is that you don't have to own a 20-room apartment to live as though you do.

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