Euro Properties has started selling its boutique condominium development, 118 East 59th Street in Manhattan. Designed inside and out by architect Soo K. Chan of SCDA Architects, 118 East 59th Street offers 29 bespoke full-floor or larger residences in a mix of two- to four-bedrooms starting at $5 million, including a limited number of duplexes and a rare triplex penthouse. Sales and marketing are being handled by Brown Harris Stevens Development Marketing, with a team led by Stephen Kliegerman.

118 E. 59th Street“Our goal for 118 East 59th Street is to create well-crafted homes that boast the same level of customization as single-family residences and offer buyers a true private sanctuary in the busy city,” said Que Yau Neo, Euro Properties Founder and CEO. “Each residence has been thoughtfully designed to produce true expressions of individual living and inspire a serene, luxurious lifestyle.”

Rising 40-stories tall and located adjacent to Billionaires Row, 118 East 59th Street sets the bar for a new standard of living. The tower offersartful homes with sophisticated interior details, including floor-to-ceiling windows, solid oak wood flooring, double height living rooms in selected units, and integrated lighting designed by Fisher Marantz Stone. Custom SCDA-designed open concept kitchens are outfitted with high-end matte lacquer cabinetry by Studio Becker and premier Gaggenau appliances. Master baths are tailored to each home with standout features that include radiant heated marble floors, integrated “washlet” bidet, ceiling mounted rain shower and custom SCDA-designed basin vanity.

Stephen Kliegerman, president of Brown Harris Stevens Development Marketing, said, “118 East 59th Street offers an extremely limited opportunity to live in a private refuge surrounded by Michelin-starred dining and world-renowned luxury shopping.”

The lobby that has been inspired by nature and boasts a signature SCDA-designed water feature. The lobby also features a stone reception desk that is staffed by a seasoned Attaché curated by Abigail Michaels, an award winning concierge service. Several levels up, owners/residents have two floors dedicated to social and leisure amenities. Features include a resident’s lounge outfitted with wood paneling and elegant furnishings that opens to the Tranquility Terrace, which was influenced by exclusive five-star resorts in Bali. Connected to the resident’s lounge is a gourmet catering kitchen and the terrace dining room where owners can entertain guests.