250 East 54th Street, Manhattan
Designed by Fox & Fowle, this sleek, modern, 43-story luxury condominium tower features an aluminum and glass curtain wall, with vibrant dark blues, bright whites, and red bands every five floors. Now known as “The Mondrian,” the building is named after the great Dutch modernist painter Piet Mondrian, famous for his minimalist designs featuring primary colored rectangles and bands of dark horizontal and vertical lines.
Notes: This building was sold by ECA’s William Crable.
Type: Mixed Residential & Commercial Condo Tower
Total Square Footage: 197,109 square feet
Residential square feet: 174,640 square feet
Other square feet: 22,469 square feet
Building dimensions: 100 feet x 85 feet
Stories: 43 floors
Residential Units: 177 units
Commercial Units: 2 units
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