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Carriage House Recognized By Prestigious Americas Property Award

New York, NY—Broad Mill Development Group (BMDG), the developer of Carriage House, a preeminent residential conversion project in Manhattan, received a ‘Highly Commended Award’ in the Residential Renovation Category of the International Property Awards (IPA).

Leading developers from across the Americas gathered at The Savoy Hotel in London for the Americas Property Awards presentation, organized in association with Bloomberg Television and Google.

“We are thrilled to have been recognized by the International Property Awards,” said Eric Gray of BMDG, developer of the property along with Joshua Sacks and Eamon Roche. “We are proud of our team’s hard work and dedication – not only have we built an exceptional building, but one that is recognized by the international community.”

Now in its 17th year, the prestigious International Property Awards pits world-class residential and commercial developments against one another. This year’s more than 60 judges included James Bacon, UK account manager of Google; Peter Bolton King, group chief executive of the National Federation of Property professionals; David Dalby of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors; and Mike McNamara of the Royal Bank of Scotland.

BMDG’s award-winning standards are reflected in Carriage House’s two-bedroom penthouses, duplex lofts, lofts, studio lofts and one-bedroom units, all with interiors by the renowned Gustavo Martinez. Custom flower boxes with filigree, from the makers of the iconic LOVE sculpture on West 55th Street, adorn the exteriors on each floor, one of many exquisite details that make Carriage House unique.

Kitchens are outfitted with top-of-the-line Sub-Zero refrigerators and Wolf oven cooktops, while bathrooms feature Carrera marble countertops, a white Thassos tile stall shower, a large soaking tub, gorgeous mosaic tile floors and radiant floor heating. All residences are customized with Italian cabinetry and moldings, personal washer and dryer and seven-inch white oak hardwood flooring. Owners of these homes can take advantage of the shared rooftop space, equipped with a six-burner natural gas barbeque and outdoor kitchen with sink.

Carriage House also features a part-time doorman as well as an IP video intercom system, and all homes are pre-wired for a full array of high-tech audio-visual applications. With security and convenience a top priority, cameras are placed throughout the building, allowing residents to control access from any location. The property also features eight private indoor parking spots, a rarity in Manhattan. Utilizing a cutting-edge hydraulic lift parking system developed by Harding Steel, residents can park their vehicle in the garage and access the lobby from the same floor.

Located in the heart of Chelsea, Carriage House is surrounded by numerous dining, retail, cultural and entertainment options. Directly across the street are Whole Foods and Garden of Eden grocery stores; fashion boutiques like Balenciaga and Parke & Ronen; and popular eateries such as Café Grumpy, La Bergamote, Eataly and Billy’s Bakery. In addition, the High Line, Madison Square Park, Gagosian gallery and Barbara Gladstone gallery are all nearby.

Homes start at $695,000 and range up to $3.6 million. Jocelyn Turken, Joél Moss and Herbert Chou of Warburg Marketing Group are handling sales for the building.

For more information please visit the sales office at 159 West 24th Street, call 212.24 HOUSE (4-6873) or visit the website at www.carriagehouse24.com.

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