Renderings revealed earlier this week offer a first glimpse of the interiors and amenity spaces within 212 West 72nd Street, a forthcoming condominium property on Manhattan’s Upper West Side.
Located at the intersection of West 72nd Street and Broadway, the building was formerly known as The Corner and comprised a collection of 196 rental units. In 2019, Centurion Property Investors purchased The Corner from the Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association of America for a reported sum of $227 million. With the help of CetraRuddy Architecture, Centurion Property Investors redeveloped the building into a condominium property with 126 residences.
Available layouts range from one- to five-bedroom accommodations, a portion of which will include private outdoor patios. While an official list of amenities has not been published, the team has revealed renderings of a communal lounge with indoor and outdoor areas, and a children’s playroom.
Though it is unclear when prospective residents will have a chance to view or purchase available units, a new teaser site for the property is now online in an effort to drum up interest in the property. Sales will be exclusively offered by Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group with pricing starting at $1.25 million.