It is luxury living at its best. The Sixth Avenue corridor in Manhattan has an impressive new addition – luxury rental tower, The Continental. top writing services The 53-storey, 338-unit luxury rental tower begins leasing from 14 January 2011. Residents are expected to start moving in from February onwards.
Up for rent are studio and one-bedroom apartments as also two-bedroom and one-bedroom with home office apartments. The Continental’s residential apartments start from the ninth floor. The lower floors house the lobby, the garage, amenity and premier retail spaces. Residents of the Wi-Fi enabled high-rise can use the Continental Club & Spa which as a 50-foot swimming pool complete with heated hydrotherapy spa. In addition, there is a yoga studio, a health club, locker rooms and treatment rooms.
A landscaped terrace for private dos, a gaming lounge, and on the 48th floor, a sundeck and open-air terrace lounge add to the effect. Residents can also avail of concierge and on-site valet services. Why not, when monthly rents range from about $2,550 to $6,110 and above?
Developed by Tower 111, LLC, The Continental is being marketed by Citi Habitats Marketing Group, which is also its leasing agent. The Continental’s lobby is state-of-the-art, boasting of furnishings by big names like Capri Furniture, Christopher Guy and J. Robert Scott. Baths that have a spa-like feel and high-end kitchens add to the effect.
In November last year, real estate reporter Jill Urban had put together a report listing three options for luxury living in New York. But with The Continental opening its doors, residents seeking ultra-luxurious homes in the heart of Manhattan, have a new address to chase.
Via: PR Web