The stately façade of 150 East 78th was designed to blend effortlessly into the Upper East Side aesthetic. An exclusive building offering just 25 private residences, the building is a collaboration between Robert A.M. Stern Architects and AD100 designer Robert Couturier, his first commission for a new condo development.
Classic New York elegance is the name of the game in this building, marked by a canopied arch entryway and fluted plaster walls. Classy touches continue into the residences themselves that come in half-floor, full-floor, and duplex options — all with direct elevator access. Each condo features an entry foyer that leads into a great room intended for entertaining. Kitchens are also designed with hosting in mind, featuring individually designed and hand-finished cabinetry alongside sub-zero refrigeration, wine storage, Miele speed ovens, and Lacanche gas ranges. Primary bedrooms and bathrooms are focused on serenity, with natural light, a soaking tub, steam shower, and separate TOTO water closet.