Hotel-Inspired Luxury Condominium Tower Opening Soon On The Upper East Side

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Hotel-Inspired Luxury Condominium Tower Opening Soon On The Upper East Side

A luxury, boutique hotel-inspired condominium tower is opening soon on Manhattan’s Upper East Side. Developed by Dart and Real Estate Inverlad, The Leyton is offering lavish living with views of the entire New York skyline and Central Park.

The 37-story building is comprised of 38 residences, offering one- to four- bedroom units, 10 full-floor units and an extravagant duplex penthouse. The project features an internationally-renowned design team, including interiors by Frampton Co., lobby and amenity spaces by Champalimaud Design, and architecture by Manuel Glas.

With a quarry-to-project approach and a focus on delivering vision-specific needs, Classic Stone LLC (Classic Stone) secured the stone contract for the lobby. The space is timeless, yet contemporary, with clean lines, warm lighting and luxurious stone.

Sourced and supplied from Europe, over 4,000 sqft of travertine flows throughout the lobby. The walls feature large panels of Bianco Crema and Classic travertine in a mixed pattern with three different finishes to bring in some texture and visual appeal. Bianco Crema was also used for the flooring tiles in a sleek, honed finish.

All materials for the lobby have been delivered with install commencing in the coming weeks.

Occupancy is anticipated for late fall 2021.

(Photo courtesy of Champalimaud Design.)

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