Designed by legendary architecture firm Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, Park Loggia gets its name from two of its most impressive features. The first is its location—Central Park is just a few steps away. And the second is its near-universal design element—almost all the building’s residences have a loggia (or covered outdoor living space). These loggias create a modern silhouette that manages to feel at home among the Upper West Side’s historic residences, and they also define the interiors by Pembrooke & Ives, which are all about the indoor-outdoor vibe and the spectacular city views in all directions. The crown jewel of Park Loggia, however, may well be the actual crown of the building: the rooftop loggia lounge has the best views in the building.
Developed By AvalonBay Communities, Inc.
BrokerCorcoran Sunshine Marketing Group
With Park Loggia, Skidmore, Owings & Merrill (SOM) establishes a new Upper West Side icon. The condominium tower marries classic ivory terra-cotta exteriors, recessed windows, and a porte-cochere entrance with a contemporary silhouette that gets progressively wider and culminates in an east-facing triple-height loggia with Central Park views. But this isn’t the only loggia—far from it. Nearly every residence has a private loggia, adding to the overall emphasis on open space and natural light. “In New York, landscaped outdoor space is the greatest amenity you can bring in,” says SOM’s Chris Cooper.
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The Upper West Side is brownstone New York; it’s Lincoln Center, the New York City Ballet, and the Metropolitan Opera; it’s smoked fish from Barney Greengrass and Zabar’s. This is a neighborhood with deep roots, storied architecture, and cultural institutions. And then there’s Central Park, the 843-acre National Historic Landmark that spans 51 blocks from north to south and three avenues from east to west and includes fountains and lakes, playgrounds and walkways, wide open green spaces and manicured gardens.
Acclaimed design firm Pembrooke & Ives is responsible for the 20,000 square feet of amenity space and the interiors of the condos themselves, which range in size from 495 square-foot studios to four-bedroom penthouses with private outdoor space. Interiors were designed to emphasize open space and natural light and feature top-of-the-line touches like white oak floors, Brazilian quartzite kitchen countertops, and bathrooms clad in white Carrara marble.
The developers didn’t skimp when it comes to the amenities at Park Loggia. On the seventh floor, there’s a fitness center and yoga studio, game room, conference room, private dining room, and club room with a fireplace; the sixth floor is home to a golf simulator; the fifth floor has a children’s playroom; and the fourth floor, in recognition of nearby Lincoln Center, has a screening room and private music practice rooms.
- 24hr Doorman
- Children's Playroom
- Cold Storage
- Conference Room
- Coworking Space
- Fitness Center
- Game Room
- Golf Simulator
- Outdoor Space
- Porte-Cochère / Driveway
- Private Dining
- Screening Room
- Valet Parking
- Wine Storage
- Yoga Studio
A View From The Top
The Park Loggia
The condominium tower marries classic ivory terra-cotta exteriors, recessed windows, and a porte-cochere entrance with a contemporary silhouette that gets progressively wider and culminates in an east-facing triple-height loggia with Central Park views.
The Park Loggia
This property hosts a fitness center and yoga studio, game room, conference room, private dining room, and club room with a fireplace as well as a golf simulator, children’s playroom, screening room and private music practice rooms.
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