The Centrale is a contemporary take on Midtown Manhattan’s classic Art Deco architecture.
The Centrale is a 71-story luxury condominium located on the border of Turtle Bay and Midtown East. Ceruzzi Properties developed the property, which touts breathtaking views, modern luxury, and state-of-art amenities. Asking prices for the 123 units range from $1.6M to $39.88M. The average asking PPSF is $2,704.
Designed by Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects, the exterior features a reflective glass façade that’s articulated with terracotta chevrons and natural stone pleats along the entrance–a nod to the surrounding Art Deco landmarks.
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The interiors were designed by Champalimaud and feature high ceilings, breathtaking views (some all the way to Central Park), and open-plan layouts.
The Centrale offers residents a discreet arrival option, through a Porte-Cochère that spans from 50th Street to 49th Street. Other amenities include a “great room” with 36-foot ceilings, a “club room” with a fireplace, an outdoor terrace, a fitness center from The Wright Fit, and a 75-foot full-length lap pool.
Located on East 50th Street between Third and Lexington Avenues, the Centrale is convenient to Midtown and Grand Central, while maintaining a neighborhood feel.
Location of The Centrale
The Centrale is located at 138 East 50th Street, Turtle Bay, Manhattan
The Centrale amenities, unit mix, and prices
1 Bedroom – 36
2 Bedroom – 68
3 Bedroom – 12
4 Bedroom – 6
5 Bedroom – 1
$1.6M – $39.88M
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