August 18, 2021
Character Meets Comfort In Upper West Side Prewar Conversions
Excerpt from the Article in Forbes.
Marlow, 150 West 82nd Street
Developed by Slate Property Group and BentallGreenOak, designed by BKSK Architects and featuring a model unit decorated by Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent, Marlow is a 10-story, 27-residence building with homes that range from studios to four-bedroom penthouse duplexes.
The 1926 building delivers a broad array of sizes and floor plans, and such features as prewar beamed ceilings soaring to nine feet, with Windsor Pinnacle series double-hung windows and walk-in closets throughout.
The kitchens are distinguished by custom white oak cabinetry with lacquered white bronze detailing, a specialty etched glass backsplash and Kohler brushed brass finishes. Prices start in the high $600,000s. Outside, some of the Upper West Side’s most appealing attractions, including Central Park, high-end restaurants, cafes, music venues and landmarks, all are easily accessible to building residents.
“This pre-war conversion building has a completely different appeal opposed to ground-up, new development,” says Shaun Osher, CEO of CORE, the boutique brokerage that is the exclusive sales team for Marlow. CORE launched sales this summer.
“It incorporates the best of both worlds. The Marlow encapsulates history, charm and architectural integrity while boasting sophisticated, modern-day finishes, layouts and amenities buyers are seeking. There is an increased demand for residences that offer exclusivity, outdoor space and the convenience of a condo unit that has the feel of a single-family home, which is exactly what Marlow delivers.”