Exterior work is completed 249 East 50th Street15 story house Midtown East Neighborhood Turtle Bay..Designed by Issac & Stern Architects Developed by Tun KyawThe 151-foot-high structure yields 50,000 square feet and 29 condo units, with an average range of 1,700 square feet. The property is located near the corner of East 50th Street and Second Avenue.
Since then, the finishing touches have been finished Our last update In August, sidewalk scaffolding and construction barriers were removed, revealing the completed look of the ground floor and entrance.
A black rectangular metal canopy hangs above the front door and lighting fixtures, and only the small work inside is not completed.
The elongated south facade of 249 East 50th Street consists of a grid of floor-to-ceiling windows surrounded by warm rectangular stone panels. The same material and texture can be found in the almost blank eastern partition wall. A stack of windows is lined up at both ends of the eastern partition wall. Glass railings surround multiple setbacks and balconies on the western profile.
The nearest subway is train 6 at 51st Avenue Station on 2 streets west, connecting to trains E and M at Lexington Avenue-53rd Avenue Station.
249 East 50th Street should be fully completed in the coming weeks.
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