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The Mondrian, located on 54th Street is in the heart of Manhattan, and located right near Bloomingdales, Saks Fifth Avenue, some great restaurants and shopping. Steps away is The Turtle Bay area and Sutton Place where there are some very nice co-ops.
This 43 story luxury condominium offers only the best of everything and has a tremendous reputation and a fine building. It has 179 units and was built in 1991 and was one of the first luxury condominiums in the area with such fine amenities and services. There is a 24 hour doorman and concierge, a health club with pool, basement storage, and is mostly a glass sheathed building with red, white and blue bands located in various parts of the building.
The architect of the building was Fox and Fowle. They are a company that is traditionally an architect of office buildings, which is why the building could easily be mistaken for one with all of the glass on the outside.
The views from the building are mostly city scapes, but the apartments have gourmet kitchens and luxury baths along with wood floors. There is a laundry in the building and storage and as mentioned, a health club with a pool.