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200 East 79th Street commences closing; Skyline Developers completes 39-unit condominium

Manhattan, NY - 2013-11-26

200 East 79th St., an Upper East Side condominium offering 39 residences, has commenced closings. Developed by Skyline Developers, LLC, the 19-story building, designed by award-winning architecture and interior design firm Cetra Ruddy, is officially welcoming its first residents.

"Our beautifully designed homes filled a void in the area for large residences, which lead to our speedy sellout" said Orin Wilf, president of Skyline Developers. "In keeping with the neighborhood's aesthetic, 200 East 79th Street is perfectly situated between Central Park and East River, making it the ideal place to live in and enjoy all the benefits that the Upper East Side has to offer."

According to Stribling Marketing Associates, the exclusive sales and marketing agent for the building, 200 East 79th St. sold out in less than four months after launching sales one year ago.

"200 East 79th St. was a great success," said Alexa Lambert, executive vice president at Stribling Marketing Associates. "Its meticulous design and expansive residences, coupled with a sought-after Upper East Side location made the decision very easy for our buyers."

The prominent corner building was designed to respect the surrounding prewar luxury residential architecture in its Upper East Side neighborhood, while creating the best of modern design. The facade which includes Indiana Limestone, granite and textured stone complimented by large windows add further character to the building. The homes feature large architecturally-proportioned windows which maximize the flow of natural light into each residence and marquetry panel oak floors.

Thoughtfully selected amenities at 200 East 79th St. include a fitness center, a gymnasium with an all-purpose court with an adjustable basketball hoop, ping pong, ballet barre and yoga area, as well as a residents' lounge overlooking a landscaped terrace with dining table, private seating areas and an overhead landscaped pergola.




200 East 79th Street, Upper East Side - Manhattan, NY