Welcome to the Neo-Gothic splendor that is 30 East 31 in the historic and trendy NoMad (North of Madison Square Park), an area characterized by varied architectural styles, from the Second Empire to French Renaissance Revival, and an endless assortment of stylish hotels, trendy bars, restaurants and numerous health/fitness options. This masterpiece by architect of record, Morris Adjmi, rises on the former site of the parish house of the Madison Avenue Baptist Church which, in 1978, became the home for the Bel Canto Opera Company. 30 East 31 stands out with its distinctive facade that culminates in an intricate lattice crown of the building, a perfect blend of history, beauty and modern architectural thought – Morris Adjmis singular hallmark of contextual and historic integrity.
Residents of 30 E 31 enter an elegant lobby clad in tasteful artwork and furnishings, complemented by a unique hexagonal tiling. A 24/7 concierge is available to tend to all residential needs.
Residence 18 is a FULL-floor 2BR/2.5BTH residence of 1,677sq.ft., with 9’-9” ceilings, offering abundant light and views to the north and south, capturing the dynamic New York City skyline. This sophisticated home offers 7” wide-plank white oak flooring throughout, expansive picture-frame windows and multi-zone climate control. The residence boasts a 4-pipe HVAC system, allowing for simultaneous heating and cooling in different zones.
The inviting kitchen offers custom walnut cabinetry, crafted in Italy, and is complemented by exquisite quartzite countertops and backsplashes with a leather-textured finish. Elegant fixtures, custom designed by Morris Adjmi, and appliances by Bosch, Sub-Zero and Wolf (with a range hood that vents out) to complete the picture.
The spa-like master bathroom is a serene retreat, accented with statuary Calacatta Prima marble slab walls and countertops, custom European white oak vanities and custom Palladium finish fixtures by Morris Adjmi. The stunning floors offer a contrasting hourglass marble tile in Calacatta Prima and Blue de Savoie marble, a nod to the Neo-Gothic influences that infuse 30 E 31s architecture and design.
The secondary bathroom features a large, over-sized window and soothing tones in Calacatta Prima marble on the floors and walls. Custom-crafted European white oak vanities and marble countertops complete this elegant palette.
The powder room is an exquisite blend of Calacatta Crema marble mosaic flooring and accent walls, custom European white oak vanities and marble slab countertops.
This masterpiece by architect, Morris Adjmi, rises on the former site of the Madison Avenue Baptist Church, in the historic and trendy NoMad neighborhood. An area characterized by varied architectural styles, from the Second Empire to French Renaissance Revival, living in NoMad keeps your finger on the pulse of the city with an endless assortment of stylish hotels, trendy bars, restaurants and numerous health/fitness options. 30 East 31 stands out with its distinctive facade that culminates in an intricate lattice crown of the building, a perfect blend of history, beauty and modern architectural thought – Morris Adjmis singular hallmark of contextual and historic integrity.
30 East 31st offers its residents a full suite of building amenities:
*Elegantly furnished, 24-hour attended lobby
*Resident storage and bicycle storage
*Private dining room with catering kitchen
*Fitness center with state-of-the-art cardio and weight-training equipment, and stretching area
*Tranquil viewing garden
The artist and computer renderings and interior decorations, fixtures, appliances and furnishings are provided for illustrative purposes only. Sponsor makes no representation or warranties except as may be set forth in the Offering Plan. The complete offering terms are available in an offering plan available from the sponsor. Sponsor: 31st STREET ZEF LLC File No. CD17-0070. Equal Housing Opportunity