Located at the prime spot on 138 East 50th Street, The Centrale is dubbed as an extraordinary residential development in New York. Developed by Ceruzzi Properties along with SMI, the development stands tall high at 800 feet above Midtown East, Manhattan and offers 124 exclusive residential units.
The 71-storey condominium development is designed by renowned Pelli Clarke Pelli and architects from SLCE that took inspiration from Art Deco style and blended it with modern infrastructure. It looks like that the developer has joined a stick-thin glass façade together in an art-deco style that resulted in a classic New York style development exuding contemporary charm.
Interiors are designed by Champalimaud Design Studio, which finished residential units with neutral palettes and contemporary elements. The design firm is already known for its superlative designs for hotel projects. The residential units are divided into configurations of one, two, three and four bedroom apartments and penthouse duplex offering views of the city.
The project tends to replicate a five-star hotel experience through residential units that have quality finishes, and offer exceptional views along with full-service amenities – making it one of the most exciting developments. At the entrance, everyone will be greeted by an extensive porte-cochere that spans from 50th street to 49th street.
Other amenities include multiple lounges, an outdoor terrace, a 75-foot lap pool, a conference room, private dining area along with a catering kitchen, spa, sauna and steam room, and a fitness centre.