Rising 47 stories skyward along 6th Avenue, between 30th and 31st Street, is a newly developed mixed-use luxury residential complex that allows both its residential and commercial tenants to enjoy the luxuries that come with the building.
Equipped with two separate terraces, EOS can accommodate the commercial tenants with an outdoor terrace accessible from the 6th floor of the building, while the residential tenants have exclusive access to the landscaped terrace on the roof of the complex. Making life comfortable and convenient for both work and home, the complex has two separate entrances and elevators. Which one you have access to is determined by whether you live or work in the building.
EOS began leasing the new apartments for rent with terraces in NYC in March of 2016, and currently has 8 available units listed on Streeteasy.com. Each residence in the building features hard wood floors, large windows, washer and dryer sets, state-of-the-art kitchen appliances, and bathrooms with the highest quality fixtures.
As it did with its other properties on West 57th Street, the Durst Organization, developed EOS with a vision of sustainability. The entire complex is smoke-free and has sustainable features woven into the building’s infrastructure.
In addition to the two outdoor terraces, the residents can enjoy features like the Nike sponsored fitness center, yoga studio, spin studio, indoor swimming pool, half size basketball court, library with a fireplace, media room, game room, and a golf simulator. For the residential tenants, there is a full-time doorman, concierge service, and an on-site resident manager to attend to your needs.
On your off time, you can explore everything the NoMad neighborhood has to offer. Bryant Park is just 9 blocks up 6th Avenue, where you can see a movie on Monday evenings. There are only 4 weeks left for this summer season, and it’s an event that you should experience at least once. Walk over to the Empire State Building or the Morgan Library and Museum. Spend a night out on the town and explore the many restaurants and boutique shops in the neighborhood.
Don’t know where to start exploring? Go to the roof terrace, look out over the city, and map out what you would like to see.