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The Barbizon Condo recently sprang to life from the old Barbizon Fashion Building. On the Upper East side, this fashionable pre-war building has been completely redone into condominiums that include high end luxury finishes, gourmet kitchens, luxury baths, high beamed ceilings, hardwood floors, a doorman and concierge. Only blocks from Museum Mile and Central Park, the Barbizon Condominium is perfectly suited to enjoy all that the area has to offer.
In addition, the shopping in the area includes some of the most expensive in the city with Madison and Fifth Avenues only a block away. You can find Tiffanys, Ralph Lauren, Yves St Lauren, Gucci, Ferragamo, and Saks Fifth Avenue to name a few.
The luxury pre-war condominium was created on the posh Upper East side of Manhattan with 69 units, 29 floors. Some or most of the apartments have high beamed ceilings, wood floors and gourmet kichens and baths. It also has a huge building roof terrace and some unique circular windows throughout. The building is designed in the wedding cake multi-tiered fashion of its time. This enabled the apartments to have many private terraces for condo residents to enjoy. The building is clad in red brick and shows off the unique design of its time.
The Barbizon was originally designed as a hotel for women in 1927 by Mergtroid and Ogden. Men were NOT allowed at the hotel. The rooms were small, but it had a nice looby. Apartments have high ceilings, Rosewood floors, casement windows, and a 24 hour doorman and concierge.
In 2002 the building was renovated to the tune of about $40 million and converted into the Melrose Hotel. This closed when the Berwin property company decided to convert it into condominiums in 2005. The sponsor is Barbizon Hotel Associates.