In a bold return to the pre-war layouts so well loved in the Upper West Side, Era’s residences offer defined, independent spaces separated formally by corridors and foyers—a welcome distinction among its new-construction contemporaries. The result are homes that cater extraordinarily well to all households, providing generous natural light, clarity in composition, and lasting quality.
Era kitchen’s are all about the details. Undermount quartz sinks sprout Waterworks polished nickel fixtures. Gaggenau Appliances offset bespoke glass encased walnut display cabinets. Some units even take it a step further with Gaggenau wine coolers and polished nickel pot fillers.
Opening the bronze-detailed oak doors into the herringbone-patterned oak floor foyer, the rich-materiality is palatable. Vibrant details make every step a new discovery: custom doors and moldings, crema delicato marble cladded fireplaces*, Bosch washer and dryers, and multi-zone HVAC systems.
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Suspended in air, the residences of Era have the distinction of greater natural light, with many homes offering two different exposures or more.
Within the generous floor plans up to almost 3,500 sq. ft., nine-foot six-inch ceilings maximize sunlight, creating vibrantly fresh living spaces luminous with 7” wide white oak flooring and bespoke details that echo the building’s gridded exterior.
Subtle art deco twists meet a pristine, modern sensibility in generous bathrooms awash in luxe detailing. Light refracts off the bright surfaces of honed Calacatta gold and Thassos mosaic flooring, Calacatta gold marble slab walls and countertops, and custom white lacquer oak vanities.
Oversized showers are finished with polished nickel rain showerheads and infinity drains. Spaces focus around undermount tubs with cove-lit Calacatta gold marble ledge or Waterworks oval freestanding tubs. Every detail is accounted for: Duravit floor mounted toilets, Waterworks polished nickel fixtures, and even radiant floor heating.
The crowning jewels of Era are its spectacular four and five bedroom penthouses, with up to 3,500 square-feet each and ceilings up to 11 feet, claiming the most far-reaching views, highest ceilings, and generous indoor and outdoor spaces within the building.
The floor plans echo the best of classic New York charm, with welcomed modern twists: ceilings reaching 11 feet, kitchens with premium Gaggenau appliance packages, crema delicato marble clad gas fireplaces, and bespoke primary baths with freestanding bathtubs.
Both the primary bedroom and living rooms sit on corner orientations and open up to enviable views through generous feature windows, while spacious private rooftop terraces bring the beauty of the surrounding parks directly to your door.