ASRR + Süzer Group
Arriving at 218 Madison is like entering the well-appointed foyer of one’s own home. The serene, intimately scaled entry is finished in a rich but understated palette of luxurious silvery travertine, granite, white oak, and luminous handcrafted plaster. A delicate screen of steel and bronze layered atop glowing backlit white onyx recalls the architectural detailing on the building’s exterior and draws inspiration from the Morgan Library’s ornate wrought-iron garden fence. Behind the onyx walls is an intimate jewel box lounge, luxuriously furnished, where residents can entertain friends and colleagues with selections from their private wine storage. The adjoining wine cellar also allows a proper tasting experience around a central table. A lifestyle concierge stationed in the lobby will help residents arrange jet charters, car service, dinner reservations, tickets for performances and museum exhibitions, and anything else to make life at 218 Madison as effortless as possible.
The impeccably detailed residences at 218 Madison offer an extraordinary combination of large, gracious floor plans,generous ceiling heights, and beautifully proportioned rooms with an intimate residential feel.
Black Oak Wood
Black Orion Granite
The residences are finished in a luminous palette of timeless materials that exude a arm, contemporary feeling and create a quiet glow of light throughout: marble, wide-plank walnut floors, handcrafted plaster ceilings with a subtly reflective sheen. The luxurious, understated kitchens, which can be screened off for more formal gatherings with pocketing glass doors, feature frosted-glass countertops and cabinet fronts, polished natural quartzite backsplashes and islands, SubZero refrigerators, Gaggenau ovens and cooktops, and Bulthaup fixtures.
218 Madison is placed on midtown Manhattan home to some of the city's most iconic buildings, including the Empire State Building, the Chrysler Building, and the headquarters of the United Nations, and it contains world-renowned commercial zones such as Rockefeller Center, Broadway, and Times Square.