Luxury Rental Building @ Lincoln Square

The Encore at 175 West 60th Street is to open July 1. The new luxurious building features a rooftop 50 foot glass tile lap pool bathed under a gabled skylight, a men’s and women’s dressing and locker rooms, and a state of the art fitness center.

The shared spaces include a custom themed children’s playroom and a fully furnished lounge area with kitchen facilities. Convenience features include an ATM, a dry cleaning valet and maid service on premises, high speed wireless internet access available with subscription and an air conditioned laundry facility.

For your security, there is a 24 hour doorman with a private intercom system and package room and delivery escort. Each unit has an individual intrusion alarm.

Each unit features an individual seasonal control of heating and air conditioning, a full size vented washer and dryer. The kitchens are customized with Italian white glass cabinets from Scavolini, Jet Mist granite counter-tops, and state of the art GE Cafe Series Energy Star appliances. Bathrooms are marble with porcelain under mount sinks.

The luxurious living spaces include solid bamboo strip flooring, an abundance of storage space in every apartment and many with walk-in closets. Most living rooms with floor to ceiling glass windows, 9-foot- ceilings, 8-foot- doors with satin nickel hardware. Many apartments feature Lincoln Center, Hudson River, Central Park and/or City views.

For more info and leasing opportunities check out, here’s the link:



About alexisak

Born and raised in Queens New York, Alex Isak, a Director of Sales for Goldenwood Property Advisors, is a helpful man who breathes Commercial Real Estate. Alex Isak has brokered numerous transactions within the five boroughs and specializes in multifamily and mixed use property on the Upper West Side of Manhattan. In his spare time, Alex Isak helps raise funds for various charities and coaches a junior varsity basketball team in Forest Hills, New York. To date, Alex Isak helped raise over $1,000,000.00 most of which went towards early childhood education.
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