Upper East Side elegance meets 21st-century living at The Kent, a new luxury condominium tower by architects Beyer Blinder Belle and interior designer Alexandra Champalimaud. On the one hand, the building evokes 1920s New York, when art-deco skyscrapers such as the Empire State Building and the Chrysler Building defined the city’s skyline. On the other hand, you have all the modern amenities you would expect from a contemporary condo building—and more.
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For Beyer Blinder Belle, the design process revolves around two key practices. First, the firm strives to reinterpret historical design motifs for today’s urban dweller. Second, they aim to create structures that blend into their surroundings. Both are evident at The Kent, which pairs traditional materials like brick, limestone, and metal with contemporary details and luxe finishes. Oversized windows and corner exposures are defining features of the building’s facade, and, at night, metal-and-glass lanterns at the top of the building give it a distinctive crown.
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Known for its designer shops and designer-clad residents, the Upper East Side has an elegant and refined vibe that feels somewhat removed from the frenetic energy of Lower Manhattan. Here you’ll find Museum Mile—the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Guggenheim, the Neue Galerie, among others—and Central Park, as well as some of Manhattan’s most elite private schools.
Interior design firm Champalimaud is known for ultramodern spaces that maintain a sense of place and character. Here, that means balancing the boldness of art-deco style with a more contemporary refinement in the residences, which range in size from three bedrooms to five bedrooms. Great rooms have soaring ceilings, corner windows, and floors of ebonized or brushed oak. In the kitchens, residents can choose between two distinct color palettes, ivory or onyx, and the high-tech appliances are by Miele.
The three floors of amenities are where The Kent kicks it up a notch. In addition to “Camp Kent,” a children’s playroom, The Kent provides an outdoor kids’ area designed by famed landscape architects West 8, a dedicated stroller valet, a dog spa, and a Sound Lounge created by Lenny Kravitz. For wellness buffs, the 55-foot heated indoor pool and infrared sauna round out the fitness center’s more traditional offerings.
- 24hr Doorman
- Bike Storage
- Children's Playroom
- Cold Storage
- Fitness Center
- Game Room
- Outdoor Space
- Saltwater Indoor Pool
- Stroller Valet
Interior design firm Champalimaud is known for ultramodern spaces that maintain a sense of place and character. The residences range in size from three bedrooms to five bedrooms, with great rooms that have soaring ceilings, corner windows, and floors of ebonized or brushed oak. In the kitchens, residents can choose between two distinct color palettes, ivory or onyx, and the high-tech appliances are by Miele. With three floors of amenities, The Kent kicks it up a notch.
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