With the dramatic Midtown Manhattan skyline to one side and the mysteriously magical East River to the other, Eastlight is poised to deliver the best of both worlds that New York City has to offer. Rising from the residential neighborhood of Kips Bay, it presents a calm, elegant place to call home amid the hustle and bustle of its surroundings. It’s just the kind of project that CetraRuddy endeavors to undertake: a building that understands its heritage and inhabitants while looking toward the future. A warm modern palette of colors and materials flows through the lobby and public spaces—including a top-floor amenity suite comprising a fitness center, lounge, dining room, game room, and generously appointed rooftop terrace—and into each residence, where edgy and classic details live harmoniously.
Developed By 200 E 34th St, LLC
BrokerCorcoran Sunshine Marketing Group
The heart of Eastlight is its design by CetraRuddy Architecture, an award-winning architecture, planning, and interior design firm that puts the history and context of a site, as well as the human spirit, at the center of all of its designs. And so, the 34-story residential tower rises within a sleek, modern vernacular that speaks to the dynamic transformation its neighborhood of Kips Bay has experienced over the years. Outdoor terraces and floor-to-ceiling windows encased in white paneling take advantage of New York City skyline views, and bonus rooms inside many of the residences—think home office, music room, fitness room—address the modern-day needs of its owners. Cantilevers were also incorporated into the design of the tower to create extra width for the rooms, and make the living rooms feel as if they are suspended off the building. With the length of the room being glass, residents are afforded a sense of transparency that gives way to unobstructed views and an abundance of natural light.
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The neighborhood of Kips Bay is situated on the East Side of Manhattan, enjoying views of the Manhattan skyline from Midtown to Downtown, the East River, Brooklyn, and Long Island City. It neighbors the stylish NoMad District with must-visit hotels and restaurants, the tony and lush Gramercy Park quarter, and all the urban charm and excitement of Midtown and Koreatown. From The Morgan Library & Museum in Murray Hill to the Renaissance Revival-style building that houses the Fotografiska photography museum in Flatiron, NYC’s artistic variety remains at your fingertips. Whether you’re looking for a weekend getaway using the nearby Moynihan Rail Station, close proximity to the Midtown tunnel and the suburbs of Long Island, a quick dash across the city to the West Side for the High Line, Hudson Yards, or the Meatpacking District, trendy Downtown hot spots, or Uptown’s cultural institutions, Kips Bay’s central location provides easy access to it all and a quiet oasis to come home to.
Natural textures and materials join a soothing and sophisticated color palette, beginning in the lobby, where black marble flows underfoot and contrasts with the white marble reception desk and neutral-toned fabric panel walls. The interiors establish the modern yet timeless feel that CetraRuddy has set forth for Eastlight. That philosophy continues into the residences, where artisan craftsmanship, scale, and proportion reign supreme. White oak plank flooring throughout and Miele appliances in the kitchen provide a refined canvas for a luxury lifestyle.
Though Eastlight is located near a host of dining and lifestyle destinations, residents needn’t leave home to partake in any extracurriculars. A 34th-floor amenity space and rooftop terrace provide exclusive residents-only features to enjoy year-round.
- 24hr Doorman
- Bike Storage
- Fitness Center
- Game Room
- Outdoor Grills
- Outdoor Space
- Yoga Studio
This new boutique property by Beyer Blinder Belle and David Collins Studio is both elegant and exclusive. From the limestone-and-schist facade to handsome amenity spaces clad in marble and wood and furnished in mohair velvet and hand-tufted wool, this is a timeless addition to the Park Avenue Historic District.