Rising from its majestic position along Amsterdam Avenue, 200 Amsterdam marks the arrival of a new classic, perfectly composed in the heart of Manhattan’s Upper West Side. Located at the intersection of Lincoln Center and Central Park, the new 52-story luxury condominium is developed by SJP Properties. Comprising two duplex penthouses at the top of the building and eight single-storey houses, Amsterdam’s generously sized 200 residences range from one to five bedrooms. The highly anticipated building is nearing completion and delivery is scheduled for this summer.
SJP Properties, known for developing over 25 million square feet of premier commercial and residential space in the New York metropolitan area, enlisted globally recognized architects Elkus Manfredi to design 200 Amsterdam, in partnership with the company internationally renowned CetraRuddy for interiors. The result is a contemporary take on classic New York City pre-war apartment houses.
“The Upper West Side is one of the top places to live in Manhattan, yet there hasn’t been a new residential offering of this scale and caliber in decades,” said Steve Pozycki. , founder and CEO of SJP Properties. “This neighborhood is home to some of the world’s greatest cultural institutions such as Lincoln Center and the Museum of Natural History. 200 Amsterdam is within walking distance of many of these destinations and we consider the building’s location to be one of its best amenities.
Elkus Manfredi imagined 200 Amsterdam as a tribute to the majestic monuments bordering Central Park West. The facade of the tower combines a mixture of granite, limestone and glass. Ornate decorative metal panels blend with large windows creating a lighter and distinctly modern appearance. The impressive arrival is a fusion of classic New York and Art Deco elements. Alluring backlit metal panels paired with Jet Mist granite and Alabama limestone create a powerful base, complemented by warm and inviting landscaping.
Inside, CetraRuddy’s sophisticated and genre-defining interiors are the height of luxury. Captivating entrance galleries paired with expansive layouts provide an elegant procession of space. Glass-enclosed living rooms create a sense of tranquility, framing cinematic views of Central Park, the Hudson River, and a glittering cityscape. Contemporary kitchens are striking centerpieces. Inspired by the homes of Newport mansions, a modern marble hood and waterfall-edge island are meant for the gathering. White Oak cabinets complement a full line of high-end appliances from Miele, Wolf and Sub-Zero. Bright primary bathrooms provide a gracious retreat with lavish Cielo marble to match the book in rare soft grays with green undertones. Intricately patterned Iceberg marble floors and polished nickel hardware complete these timeless spaces.
The Penthouse Collection residences at 200 Amsterdam are among the most impressive of their kind. Perched 660 feet in the sky, 360-degree views from 10-foot-high floor-to-ceiling panoramic window walls set the stage for drama. Homes are superbly appointed with the best features including terraces overlooking Central Park, marble fireplaces, night bars in master bedrooms, spa-inspired steam showers, private elevators, and entrance halls, as well as large stairs. The Penthouse collection leaves no stone unturned.
Three floors of renowned amenities cater to cultured New Yorkers of all ages. The Spa at 200 redefines serenity with more than 20,000 square feet devoted to well-being. Features include a 75-foot heated saltwater pool, experience showers, steam and infrared sauna, treatment rooms, and a fitness center with a dedicated Pilates and yoga studio, all hosted by The Wright Fit. The Club at 200 evokes the vibe of established private clubs in New York City with a private dining room, lounge, club room, library and outdoor patio. Inspired by Lincoln Center, The Little Composer’s children’s playroom features a performance and dressing area, while a separate, soundproofed rehearsal room provides a professional-grade studio for aspiring or professional musicians. .
“200 Amsterdam’s smart lifestyle offering goes above and beyond to ensure residents relax in style,” said Robin Schneiderman, Managing Director of Brown Harris Stevens Development Marketing. “The amenities also extend beyond the building; you are within walking distance between Central Park and Riverside Park, an abundance of cultural institutions can be found just down the street, as well as some of the best cafes and restaurants in town. The best of everything the city has to offer is right on your doorstep.
Perhaps one of the most coveted amenities for residents of 200 Amsterdam is exclusive access to nearby Lincoln Center. The building has partnered with the institution to develop an organized VIP membership, offering presale and free festival tickets as well as opportunities for special events not open to the general public. “We are particularly excited about this partnership and the rare opportunities it will offer our residents,” said Pozycki. “Lincoln Center is arguably one of the most important arts and culture centers in the world and we are honored to support our iconic neighbor. “
Brown Harris Stevens Development Marketing is the exclusive sales and marketing agency for 200 Amsterdam. One-bedroom rooms start at $ 2.625 million, and two-bedroom rooms start at $ 3.65 million, three chambers at $ 4.45 million, four chambers at $ 7.3 million, and five chambers at $ 7.975 million. Full-story penthouses start at $ 17 million. For more information or to schedule a private tour, visit 200amsterdam.com or call 212-635-2000.