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The Laney. Art Deco Pre-War Glamor Reawakened.

Introducing The Laney, an elegant grand boutique collection of 56 well-appointed rental apartments, rising 17 stories, situated in one of Manhattan’s most premier residential destinations. Originally built in 1929 by well renowned architect Emery Roth, The Laney has been reimagined by famed designer Peter Pennoyer Architects, offering residents the most sophisticated take on the high-end rental lifestyle of the Upper West Side.

Both the interior and exterior craftmanship give nod to a cosmopolitan allure reminiscent of the gilded age. A sold dimensional limestone façade give way to a chic full-time attended lobby adorned with French limestone flooring, warm cerused oak paneling, a custom backlist glass screen, and sleek Jean Purzel light fixtures. Each of the interiors are curated to seamlessly integrate with the spacious pre-war layouts, ranging for studios to four bedrooms.

A suite of exclusive amenities includes an intimately appointed private lounge, well equipped fitness center, landscaped courtyard, dog spa, children’s playroom, meeting room with an individual office suite, and a commercial laundry room, in addition to the in-home washer and dryers. Each home captures New York’s timeless essence while featuring modern, open living spaces and interiors designed by Peter Pennoyer. Complimented by beautiful solid oak wood flooring, kitchens are adorned with Glassos countertops, custom cabinets, high-end Miele appliances, and Franke sinks.

Primary baths feature radiant heated natural stone floors with Waterworks fixtures. High-tech features, such as a smart entry door and WIFI HVAC system, complete the home. Centrally located two blocks from Central Park, Riverside Park, The American Museum of Natural History, and The New York Historical Society, The Laney resides in one of the most sought-after, convenient areas of the Upper West Side.

There are an array of restaurants, bars, café, and specialty shops lining Broadway, Columbus, and Amsterdam Avenues, just footsteps away. Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts is just around the corner, and nearby subway lines include the 1/B/C. Pets are welcome.

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