Small boutique style high-rise building in prime Midtown East location. Loft like apartments with floor to ceiling windows.
Not So Good
Poorly executed project with many minor issues and some awkward layouts.
If you're looking for a quiet private residence in a full-service luxury building in Midtown East, take a look at this property.
Manhattanites who reside in these luxury residences are treated to 12-foot-tall ceilings with windows that extend from the floor to that height. White oak floors and custom Poggenpohl kitchens are standard, as are appliances by Viking, Miele, and Sub-Zero. Baths are tiled with glass and limestone and feature heated towel bars and custom vanities.
The Alexander is an elegant building with a unique silhouette from its rounded glass front; residents have views of Second Avenue, as well as numerous amenities. Some of those amenities include a 24-hour concierge and doorman, landscaped roof terrace, private storage, and fitness center.
Its location in Turtle Bay is close to the United Nations Headquarters and is home to international diplomats who value the quiet neighborhood and its many brownstone buildings mixed with high rises. Grand Central Station is nearby, making commuting and moving around the city easy.