Manhattan, NY The Soloviev Group’s development, One United Nations Park, the luxury residential tower in Midtown East located at 695 First Ave., is now officially 75% sold. With over $260 million in closed deals and signed contracts to date, One United Nations Park offers a collection of 148 condominium residences with views of the East River and skyline with immediate occupancy.
Rising 43 stories above the East River, One United Nations Park is a layered black glass vision that sits across from the Midtown waterfront. Designed inside and out by the Pritzker-prize winning architectural design firm Meier Partners Architects, the triple-height grand lobby is appointed with Venetian plaster and travertine slabs, offset by an elaborate glass frame entrance.
“We couldn’t be more excited to have reached this new milestone,” said Tricia Hayes Cole, executive managing director at Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group. “Buyers and brokers continue to recognize the value of purchasing a home at One United Nations Park, an expertly designed residential tower situated in one of the most convenient and well-connected areas in Midtown Manhattan. We’ve continued to see a wonderful response from buyers and brokers, who have gravitated toward the building’s privacy and dynamic waterfront views. We’re pleased that One United Nations Park has continued to transact at a healthy pace from one-to four-bedrooms — we have now sold over half of our premium duplex residences and are sold out of one-bedroom homes.”
In addition to living in residences with exceptional interior design and high-end finishes, One United Nations Park’s owners have access to a prime amenity selection, a seven-day-a-week in-person concierge service by LIVunLtd as well as all the award-winning restaurants and cultural institutions of Midtown right outside their doors. The demand at One United Nations Park has been fueled by the building’s diverse mix of residences featuring views of the skyline and East River, with a continued strong interest in the development’s larger premium homes. Notable homes recently sold at the development include Residence 38E, a three-bedroom home with sweeping southwest corner exposure, asking $4.6 million as well as Residence 40F, a two-bedroom residence with private terrace overlooking the Midtown skyline, asking $2.525 million.
With condominiums starting on the 28th floor, each residence, ranging from one- to four-bedrooms showcases a combination of white, pale gray and earth tones complemented by refined surfaces of wood, stone and glass. Open layouts and floor-to-ceiling glass windows, which remain translucent from the interior of the building, redefine modern urban luxury and ensure the flow of natural light throughout each home. One United Nations Park’s remaining premium residences include select units featuring expansive outdoor terraces, double-height great room spaces, and private internal elevators.
A comprehensive suite of services and amenities is available including a top-of-the-line fitness center with private training studio, 70-foot indoor lap pool, sauna, and steam room. Residents will enjoy an expansive resident lounge with billiards table and screening room. Residents of One United Nations Park can access a private underground parking garage through a gracious porte-cochère and underground motor court via the building’s lobby. Both provide complete privacy as well as the convenience of direct access to the condominium’s residences. In addition to these amenities and services, residents at One United Nations Park also receive special access to BLADE’s air services including preferred pricing on air mobility. Residents can utilize this partnership for transportation to the airport as well as booking helicopters, seaplanes and jets directly through the building concierge.