Tremendous high rise building with great floors and many different floor plans to choose from.
The Not So Good
Finishes are already looking dated although it's a new construction.
The Bottom Line
Although highly successful, the property's going value may feel indistinct to some for what it's actually worth.
10-to 11-foot high ceilings and floor-to-ceiling windows in the residences at Cielo are just a taste of its impressive interior details. Others include Sub-Zero, Miele, and Wolfe appliances in the Bulthaup kitchens, wrapped with Pietra Cardosa countertops. Villefort limestone floors and custom black walnut cabinets with Kohler sinks fitted with Waterworks fixtures deck out the bathrooms.
The Spanish word for heaven (Cielo) is an apt description of this sky high tower. At 27 stories, residents of its 128 units are treated to fine amenities, such as a full-time doorman and concierge. Other niceties include a garage, fitness center, children’s playroom, and cold storage.
Cielo is located in a relatively quiet neighborhood with recreational spots for all ages, such as Asphalt Green and Carl Schurz Park, just a block from the building. The introduction of the new Second Avenue subway makes commuting downtown and to the West side of Manhattan more convenient for residents. Restaurants, shops and fitness centers line the streets nearby with a variety of options for any taste.