75 Kenmare

New York City, USA
From Dh6.2 million

With 38 one- to four-bedroom homes, this building’s exterior design is by renowned New York architect Andre Kikoski, winner of the AIA Institute Honor Award for his work on the Guggenheim Museum. Kikoski’s exterior is comprised of unique vertical panels of cast concrete and elegantly proportioned windows in chamfered metal frames that introduce a contemporary style to the neighborhood’s architectural landmarks. New York City-based Kravitz Design conceived of the interiors as a luxe and layered living space, drawing inspiration from an eccentric downtown vibe while weaving in notes of uptown elegance. ‘Music and design are very similar,’ says Lenny Kravitz of Kravitz Design Inc. ‘You’re making something out of nothing, building on layers. In the end, you have something that makes you feel differently than before you experienced the space. This should feel natural and comfortable, and be a home that is your refuge, where you build a life and create memories.’

Luxury materials, including numerous unique natural stones, textured metal, and rich oak are juxtaposed carefully throughout the building, creating spaces that feel contemporary and refined, but also warm and inviting. Kitchens feature custom, matte-white lacquer cabinetry with integrated Gaggenau appliances. Bathrooms offer a multisensory experience with walls and floors dressed in Titanium Travertine and French Vanilla marble. Powder rooms feature a custom Elm floating vanity and illuminated nickel-framed mirror. Amenities include a 24-hour concierge, automated parking, fully equipped gym, rooftop terrace and private courtyard.


Big Apple Appeal

  • New York City has many famous neighbourhoods, and this property sits at the intersection of five distinct cultural epicentres – SoHo, NoHo, the Lower East Side, Little Italy, and Chinatown – referred to as NoLita, a hub that is uniquely charismatic, artistically charged, and a destination all its own.
  • Within easy walking distance to hip nightclubs, boutiques, galleries and restaurants housed in the iconic cast iron buildings that line the city’s cobblestone streets.
  • New York City, known as the city that never sleeps, is a hub of activity of every kind. Top attractions include Central Park, the Empire State Building, Times Square, Broadway and off-Broadway theatre, and more world-class museums and art galleries than anyone can count.

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