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A collection of current insights into Murray Hill.

The Lindley

Journal

A collection of current insights into Murray Hill.

Projects With a Story

In the high-stakes world of New York real estate, it helps to have a large team with a diverse portfolio, and CBSK Ironstate Principal Scott Shnay helped bring together his partnership of developers for just those purposes. While the company is involved in projects as diverse as a Pod hotel and rental properties, Shnay is particularly excited about The Lindley, the new collection of Murray Hill luxury condos going up on Manhattan’s East Side. These beautiful new homes feature modern interiors, spectacular skyline views, and a contextual brick facade, and their location along the 7 train makes them convenient for anyone commuting across the East River to Long Island City, where Amazon’s recently announced HQ2 will be located.

Amazon Plans to Split HQ2 Between Long Island City, N.Y., and Arlington, Va.

With the announcement that Amazon will build half of its multibillion-dollar new headquarters in New York’s Long Island City neighborhood, real estate mavens have turned their eyes to the already-booming area. New Yorkers know that a new apartment is all about the commute, and anyone looking to work in LIC while living in Manhattan would do well to turn their attention to the new Murray Hill condos at The Lindley. With a 15-minute commute to LIC, Murray Hill is the perfect neighborhood for future Amazonians, and The Lindley, with its handsome brick facade and Manhattan views, and private terraces in select homes, is the perfect place to rest your head after a long day’s work.

City Living: There’s more in Midtown East than suits and high-rises,

While Midtown East is known for its diverse restaurants, shopping, and the numerous companies that call the neighborhood home, the East Side enclave is more than just a destination for passers-through. In the east 40s, it is home to Tudor City, the world’s first skyscraper complex, and the historic Turtle Bay neighborhood from 43rd to 53rd Streets, including the United Nations in the 40s between First Avenue and the East River. The area will also soon welcome new residents, thanks to the Murray Hill luxury condominiums for sale at The Lindley. The CBSK Ironstate-developed, Rawlings Architects-designed tower, located on Third Avenue between 38th and 39th Streets, topped out this past June, with sales launching a year earlier.

This Fall at the Morgan Library

Fall is advancing steadily upon us, and soon we’ll all be sipping hot cocoa and donning our hats and scarves to face the frosty air. One of the best ways to spend the chilly months is to visit inspiring and enriching places like The Morgan Library & Museum, the magnificent cultural complex that has been a Murray Hill institution since it was gifted to the public in 1924. Check out these events and exhibits coming up at the Morgan this fall.

PROFILE Exclusive: Delivering Affordable Luxury With Scott Shnay of SK Development

The new Murray Hill luxury condos at The Lindley are offering a new array of stylish residences in the highly sought-after neighborhood. Developed by CBSK Ironstate and designed by Rawlings Architecture, with interiors by Design Within Reach, the building has sold approximately 70% of its homes just a year after they first hit the market, with the building’s first residents moving in shortly. In addition to its clean modern interiors boasting floor-to-ceiling windows in the master bedrooms, box-basin sinks in the bathrooms, and Carrara quartz counters in the kitchen, the conveniently located building is also home to a residents’ lounge and state-of-the-art gym, as well as offering residents a highly sought-after 421-a tax abatement. “The Lindley is a very approachable building from the design, to the unit layout, to the amenities and common spaces which have been furnished by Design with Reach,” says Scott Shnay of SK Development.

Is 421-A Dead? Where to Find NYC’s Remaining Tax Abatement Deals

While Manhattan isn’t known for its bargains, the new Murray Hill condos for sale at The Lindley are a pleasant exception to that rule. Though the 74-residence Rawlings Architecture-designed building is already 70% sold, potential residents can still take advantage of the building’s unique 421-a tax break if they snag one of The Lindley’s remaining homes. However, it’s not just the tax break that is drawing buyers: the building is also home to a state-of-the-art fitness center, a residents’ lounge, and some of the city’s best views.

New York City Buildings With Spectacular Screening Options for Football Season

If you’re looking for the perfect seat for football season, look no further than the new Murray Hill condos for sale at The Lindley. The 20-story CBSK Ironstate-developed building, designed by Rawlings Architecture, is home to not only 74 elegant residences, but a residents’ lounge perfect for seeing your favorite teams in action. Outfitted by Design Within Reach, the lounge comes complete with a wall-mounted widescreen TV, ample seating room, and a large table perfect for those game-day spreads.

Look Inside The Lindley; Well-Priced Murray Hill Condos With 421-A Tax Abatement Now 70% Sold

The Murray Hill condos for sale at The Lindley offer more than just elegant design: The Lindley is also one of a select group of buildings that offer a 10-year 421-a tax abatement for their residents. The 74-residence building, designed by Rawlings Architects and developed by CBSK Ironstate, is already 70% sold just over a year after its homes first hit the market, thanks in no small part to the stylish interiors, including oversized windows; kitchens outfitted with quartz counters and backsplashes, white frosted-glass cabinetry, and integrated appliances from Wolf and Sub-Zero; and marble-tiled baths. The Lindley is also home to a suite of amenities, including a 24-hour concierge, residents’ lounge, fitness center, private storage, and a rooftop garden with alfresco dining space.

DWR Brings Modern Flourishes To a New Residential Tower in NYC

Design Within Reach (DWR) is behind the elegant Murray Hill luxury condos for sale at The Lindley, having outfitted the 20-story CBSK Ironstate-developed building’s common spaces in addition to a recently unveiled model apartment. The 14th-story model residence, which spans 737 square feet, is full of DWR’s signature modern design, from the Royal System shelving and low-slung Como sectional and Eames lounge chair in the living room to the leather-clad Vella bed in the master bedroom. The design company has also lent its elegant touch to the building’s residents’ lounge, adding a kilim rug, Eames molded-plastic chairs, and a Line credenza to the room, seamlessly combining form and function within the amenity space.

New York City Opera’s THE BARBER OF SEVILLE Comes to Bryant Park

On September 17th, the New York City Opera will round out its season in Bryant Park with a performance of The Barber of Seville, which will mark the final installment of the 65-year-old opera company’s four-part summer series in the park, made possible by the Bryant Park Corporation. The “People’s Opera” performance is far from the only exciting development in the area, however; in June, the 74 new Murray Hill condos at The Lindley—a luxury building that boasts a 24-hour concierge, rooftop deck, state-of-the-art fitness center, and 421-a tax abatement for residents—topped out, having launched sales the previous summer.

Murray Hill condo The Lindley unveils model unit

The new Midtown East condominiums for sale at The Lindley have just revealed a new model unit. The tower, developed by CBSK Ironstate and designed by Rawlings Architects, offers 74 homes ranging from studios starting at just over 500 square feet to three-bedroom residences with 1,457 square feet of interior space. The 737-square-foot model home on the building’s 14th floor features a wealth of luxe design details, including state-of-the-art kitchens with integrated Sub-Zero and Wolf appliances, marble baths, and a neutral design palette that highlights the ample natural light, courtesy of massive casement windows. Though the building, which topped out at 20 stories in June of 2018, has only been on the market since summer of 2017, more than 70% of its residences are already in contract.

Renderings Revealed for the Korean Cultural Center of NYC at 122-126 East 32nd Street

Murray Hill will soon be home to a new cultural icon, now that work on the Korean Cultural Center is underway. The Young Park-developed Center, located on 32nd Street between Lexington and Park Avenues, broke ground in June, more than 10 years after the site was originally purchased by the Consulate General of the Republic of Korea, NY. Upon completion, the building will stand seven stories and 120 feet tall, with its interiors spanning a total of 36,500 square feet. The announcement about the groundbreaking coincided with the topping out of the Murray Hill luxury condos for sale at The Lindley, a nearby 74-residence building developed by CBSK Ironstate, with Rawlings Architects and DWR spearheading the design.

It’s Rooftop Season! The Chicest Luxury Spots to Soak Up Some Rays

The new Midtown East condos for sale at The Lindley offer more than just chic exteriors: the CBSK Ironstate-developed building is also home to one of the city’s most stylish rooftops. Sitting atop the 20-story building, home to 74 residences ranging from studios to three bedrooms, the landscaped rooftop offers areas for grilling, lounging, and alfresco dining, in addition to some of the city’s best views. That’s not all that the Rawlings Architects-designed building has in store for residents, however: it’s also home to a 24-hour concierge, a fitness center, bike storage, a private lounge, and an on-site superintendent.

Inside the Secret Life of New York’s Grand Central Terminal

A New York icon since it was erected in 1913, Grand Central Terminal has long served as both a stunning architectural monument and a convenient commuter and shopping destination for the 750,000 visitors who pass through it each day. Unlike its fellow Manhattan commuter hub, Penn Station—which was torn down in the 1960s and rebuilt in a manner that lacked the former building’s style and elegance—Grand Central was preserved, thanks in part to a 1967 landmark designation. In 1986, the 63-track terminal underwent a 12-year rehabilitation project in which the billboards and cigarette smoke that once clung to its walls were done away with as its original Beaux-Arts glory was meticulously restored. In recent years, improvements to the terminal, including the addition of dining destinations like Shake Shack and luxury retailers like Tiffany & Co., have made the surrounding area more desirable than ever, and developers are taking notice. In fact, just blocks away, one of the city’s most highly anticipated buildings, The Lindley, recently topped out at 20 stories, with potential residents clamoring to secure one of the building’s 74 Rawlings Architects-designed Murray Hill luxury condos for themselves.

Vulture’s Showing a Bunch of Great Films in Bryant Park This Summer

Whether you want to relive your high school years with The Breakfast Club, sing your heart out to The Wiz, or be thrilled by The Terminator, Vulture has you covered with this summer’s slate of movies for Bryant Park Movie Nights. This yearly tradition is just one of the many things that makes the Midtown East area so special, and it ought to be considered as just one of the many amenities available to residents of The Lindley. This collection of Murray Hill luxury condos includes homes ranging in size from studios to three bedrooms, all of which feature modern interiors with ample natural exposures and spectacular city views.

Target To Open In Kips Bay

Residents at The Lindley will have one more shopping option in the Kips Bay area next year when Target opens a scaled-down site at the corner of 29th Street and Second Avenue. The megastore is the latest in a line of new developments in the stretch of Midtown between Lexington Avenue and the East River, a neighborhood that is rapidly transforming into one of the city’s hottest places to live. The Lindley, which opened this year, comprises 74 new Midtown East luxury condominiums that range in size from studios to three bedrooms and feature Grohe fixtures, Wolf ranges, locally sourced quartz countertops, and private terraces in select homes.

This is what $3 million buys you in the Turtle Bay new condo market

Midtown East neighborhood Turtle Bay has recently become even more desirable, thanks to the construction of The Lindley on Third Avenue. Home to 74 new Murray Hill luxury condominiums, the 20-story building is the neighborhood’s most elegant new addition, with residences featuring radiant-heated terrazzo tile floors, thermostatic rain showers, and elegant bath fittings. The building is also home to a long list of amenities, including an on-site superintendent, a fitness center, a rooftop garden, and private storage for residents, and includes a 421A tax abatement.

20 Reliable Restaurants in Murray Hill

Whether you’re in the mood for ramen, sushi, poke, or just a good old-fashioned omelet, the Murray Hill culinary scene has you covered. This niche neighborhood is home to a wide variety of cuisines and dining experiences that are ripe for exploration. The Lindley’s luxury Murray Hill condos are the perfect base of operations for exploring this exciting area. Residences at The Lindley range in size from studios to three bedrooms and feature ample natural light, high-end fixtures from Grohe, and touches (like radiant heat in the baths) that make it feel truly like home.

Sunday Funday on the Rooftop Garden

Ask any Murray Hill denizen, and they will agree that there’s simply no better time of year to live in the city than during the fall months. As the leaves start to change color and the air gets a little chillier, there’s a new sense of life in Manhattan. Atop the sought-after Murray Hill condos at The Lindley is a lush and lavish oasis with top-notch amenities and unparalleled views of the city’s skyline, which takes on new heights of beauty in the autumnal light. Lucky residents will find endless opportunity to appreciate this exceptional rooftop setting as part of their celebration of autumn.

Kips Bay: An Anonymous Neighborhood With Fringe Benefits

When asked to draw their neighborhoods on a map, residents of Kips Bay and Murray Hill produced a Venn diagram with quite a bit of overlap. Neighborhood names aside, the blocks between Lexington Avenue and the East River from 23rd Street to 34th Street have a character all their own, a mixture of quirky shops, middle-class homes, and some patches of green. The Lindley, the collection of new Murray Hill condominiums, is introducing a touch of luxury to this quintessentially Manhattan neighborhood. Residents of The Lindley will enjoy access to the building’s rooftop garden, where they can fire up the grill and take in the panoramic New York City skyline.

Experiencing Murray Hill

In the 18th century, a vast 29-acre hilltop farm and estate known as “Inclenberg” occupied much of the east side of Manhattan. Today, Inclenberg has given way to a bustling and vibrant neighborhood we now call Murray Hill. These city blocks boast a dynamic blend of rich history and modernity that keeps locals, well, local. Whether it be the cozy neighborhood bars and appealing new restaurants, historic hot spots, a Westin or Hyatt for out-of-town guests, quick access to all airports via shuttle or tunnels, or easily accessible transit hubs, Murray Hill is the complete package; a microcosmic New York City. By virtue of convenience, residents of the new Murray Hill condos, The Lindley, will be able to experience institutions and public spaces that too many New Yorkers take for granted. Step outside The Lindley’s luxurious lobby and explore the very best of Murray Hill, like a local.

New High-End Rentals and Condos Coming to Murray Hill

Nestled on Manhattan’s eastern edge is Murray Hill, a lovely residential neighborhood where big changes are happening overnight. The area’s unique character and proximity to Midtown have spurred a wave of development, and The Lindley is riding atop this crest. The Lindley is a brick-clad, 20-story residential tower featuring 74 Midtown East luxury condominiums that range in size from studios to three bedrooms. These newly constructed homes feature sleek modern interiors with Grohe fixtures, Wolf ranges, Carrara quartz countertops, and private outdoor space in select condos. The residents’ lounge and rooftop garden provide extra room for relaxation and socializing, complete with Wi-Fi in the lounge and spectacular views of iconic skyline features like the Empire State Building from the roof.

Murray Hill, Manhattan: Where the Old and New Meet

Tucked along the East River is historic Murray Hill, a neighborhood once defined by stately mansions and carriage houses that is now attracting a new wave of high-end residential development. One such residence is The Lindley, a collection of new Murray Hill condos that combine modern interiors with an updated take on the neighborhood’s classic brick facades. The residences at The Lindley feature sleek, integrated cabinetry and rich wood and stone finishes in the kitchens and baths, and select apartments offer a master bedroom with a private terrace. Amenities include a state-of-the-art fitness center and a rooftop garden with a grill and dining area.

Peek inside the sales gallery of Murray Hill’s new design-forward condo

Now that the windows and facade are almost fully installed at The Lindley, developer CBSK Ironstate has revealed its stunning sales gallery. CBSK Ironstate tapped Design Within Reach to add some of its most iconic furnishings to the sales gallery.