The Lindley by Rawlings Architects
Standing out in a sea of overly expensive multi-million dollar new development condos in NYC is The Lindley – Murray Hill’s comparatively affordable and smartly-designed new 20-story, full-service ground-up condominium. Take a look at the complete story after the jump.
Designed inside and out by Rawlings Architects, best known for the boutique SIXTY LES Hotel, Greenwich Village’s 215 Sullivan and NoHo’s upcoming 40 Bleecker, The Lindley’s one bed, one bath model residence has been beautifully furnished in collaboration with Design Within Reach, leading home decor store, and building developer, CBSK Ironstate. Known for their accessible modern design and sleek offerings, Design Within Reach is showcasing residents realistic model interiors that are easily able to recreate.
Perched on the building’s 14th floor and listed for $1.495 Million, residence 14C marries neutral colors with a warm finish selection throughout the 737-square foot space. Creating an inviting urban oasis, signature design staples such as the Saarinen Dining Table and Como Sectional Chaise are present in the living and dining area with oakwood flooring, while a Royal Shelving System accentuates the length of the room. Providing an abundance of natural light, oversize casement-style windows are present throughout the home with motorized shades and offers scenic views of the East River and city skyline.
The kitchen features white frosted glass cabinets with quartz backsplashes and countertops, as well as a suite of Sub Zero and Wolfe appliances including a wine fridge. Clad with terrazo flooring, the masterbath’s walls are lined with calcutta marble tiles, complemented by a custom-designed medicine cabinet complete with Grohe fixtures.
Featuring studios (rare in ground-up new luxury condominium construction in Manhattan) through 3BRs, The Lindley’s exterior is a timeless design with a facade comprised of varying shapes and shades of brick, giving the building both depth and texture.
Photography by Donna Dotan Photography