42 apartments rest in a 479ft Neo-Gothic and Art Deco tower at 30 E 31st Street. Take a look at some of the latest renderings as journalists are saying it's amongst the most distinctive new buildings in the city. The apartments a nearly all full-floor and feature seven-inch wide plank oak flooring, custom hardware and millwork, and incredible views of the Empire State Building with Midtown on one end and the downtown skyline and Brooklyn from other. The craftsmanship and attention to detail are exquisite with Italian custom walnut cabinetry, Perla Venata quartzite counters, and backsplashes found in the kitchen. Morris Adjmi-designed hardware is found in every room. The facade of the super-slender tower is unique with “ribbon-like” piers that travel up the building to create lattice-like windows. The pointed arches of the crown are inspired by Gothic windows and Art Deco details, according to the architects.
Here is a link to a 2/2.5 asking $4,150,000. What do you think? It's definitely in my shortlist of favorites!