THE ART OF
In an era of luxury, The Leyton residences embody a distinct spirit and style.
Architect Manuel Glas carefully conceived this exclusive collection of 38 dramatic homes imparting seductive views and gracious proportions.
Future-forward technology is woven from the outside in, from the Porcelanosa façade to high-performance floor-to-ceiling windows, bespoke air systems and hydronic, radiant-heated floors.
Elena Frampton’s unexpected tailored design is enriched by contrast and a layering of organic materials.
Boundaries are erased between indoor and out, as homes are enveloped by views of Central Park, the River and surrounding cityscape. Many feature outdoor terraces with generously proportioned glass doors opening to private terraces for effortless living.
Inspired by the restaurateur culture of the Upper East Side & "l'Art de Vivre", Elena Frampton composed chef's kitchens well-versed in the epicurean arts. Seamlessly connected to the lofty great room, the custom Poggenpohl cabinetry evokes a clean, contemporary feeling. Rich personality is injected into the design scheme with polished surfaces, crisp lines, sleek functionality and integrated, modern-day conveniences. Every element of these gracious, well-appointed kitchens is curated for the culinary creative.
Beautiful, natural textures and intimate design define the sophisticated primary suite at The Leyton. Crafted with indulgence, relaxation and comfort in mind, the space transports residents to a place of bespoke serenity. The primary suite is thoughtfully oriented, ensuring dramatic sunrise-sunset exposures. Spacious walk-in wardrobes, an ensuite primary bathroom and radiant-heated floors throughout enhance the ambiance of this haven.
The secondary baths, with a Belice Acero feature wall and Dover Caliza sand grey accent tiles, make for another quiet respite.
A JEWEL BOX, THE POWDER ROOMS FEATURE AGED DARK NATURE SLAB WALLS AND DOGE GREY HONED MARBLE MOSAIC FLOOR.