- 20 East End is a new oppulance unit building on New York City’s Upper East Side.
- The building was designed by designer Robert A.M. Stern, who formerly designed 15 Central Park West, a building some have called “the world’s many absolute address.”
- 20 East End’s apartments operation in cost from $10 million to upwards of $30 million
On a quiet, tree-lined retard on New York City’s Upper East Side sits 20 East End, a new unit building that looks like something out of the city’s Gilded Age.
Designed by high-end designer Robert A.M. Stern, 20 East End was built for New York’s elite. Apartments operation from around $10 million to upwards of $30 million.
Stearn also designed 15 Central Park West, a now-legendary building that houses some of New York’s richest residents, such as Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein and actor Denzel Washington. The building has been called “the world’s many absolute address” by author Michael Gross.
20 East End facilities pattern touches evoking the 1920s and 1930s, when many adjacent buildings were assembled to support to the era’s abounding and powerful.
“We were desirous by the buildings of the 1920s and we wanted to take that into the 21st century,” developer Edward Baquero, the boss of the Corigin Real Estate Group, told Business Insider. “To really conclude this building, you have to be a quintessential New Yorker.”
Baquero gave Business Insider a look inside.