Lendlease, LMXD and Daiwa House Texas Inc. recently announced the commencement of closings at Claremont Hall, the highly anticipated luxury condominium tower designed by Robert A.M. Stern Architects (RAMSA) in Morningside Heights. As the building wraps up construction, four new model residences ranging in size from one to three bedrooms have been unveiled, boasting unparalleled views, spacious and flexible layouts, and thoughtful design details that merge the history of the neighborhood with modern living.
All of the building’s 165 residences feature sweeping views, generous ceiling heights, oversized windows and European white oak flooring. The state-of-the-art open chef’s kitchens are perfect for those who love to cook and entertain, appointed with a Bosch appliance package, custom RAMSA-designed Italian cabinetry, Calacatta Laza quartz countertops and chrome fixtures and hardware. All of the homes feature primary bedrooms with walk-in closets and marble-clad ensuite baths with custom vanities.
Views abound in residences 19A and 19B, both large two-bedroom, two-bathroom homes occupying Claremont Hall’s coveted southwest and southeast corners, respectively. In 19A, an oversized bay window frames unmatched views of the iconic spire of Riverside Church, the Hudson River and Riverside Park. 19B offers sweeping views of the Hudson River and Midtown Manhattan skyline, as well as eastern city views through a triple-paneled window in the primary bedroom. In 19B, a luxurious deep soaking tub anchors the secondary bath.
Residence 19G is an extra-large one-bedroom home with a soaring bay window, two full baths and a flexible study space that can accommodate a variety of uses. The corner living and dining room enjoys west and south exposures, overlooking the grandeur of Riverside Church, and is ideal for welcoming guests or everyday living.
Residence 19F is a three-bedroom, three-bathroom home situated on Claremont Hall’s tranquil northwest corner. Residence 19F offers an airy corner living and dining room with four oversized windows, including one of Claremont Hall’s signature bay picture window that overlooks Grant’s Tomb, the Hudson River, George Washington Bridge, Riverside Church, Sakura Park and Riverside Park.
The model homes at Claremont Hall encapsulate the essence of modern living while paying homage to the rich history of the building’s location amidst the iconic campus of the Union Theological Seminary. With its architectural artistry and exceptional vantage point, Claremont Hall offers a truly unprecedented opportunity to live in view of celebrated landmarks and the glittering cityscape, all while enjoying the comforts of home.
Claremont Hall recently unveiled new pricing, which now starts at $1.195 million for one-bedroom homes and $1.725 million for two-bedroom homes. The Claremont Hall sales team hosts open houses on Sundays from 12-2 p.m. For more information or to schedule a tour, email email@example.com, call 929-588-7832 or visit claremonthall.com.
Photos courtesy of Evan Joseph