A stylish apartment has just been unveiled in the Annabelle Selldorf-designed 42 Crosby Street. Its interiors were designed by Samuel Amoia, one of Vogue's "Young Interior Designers to Watch," a Rising Talent Award-winner at Paris's Maison et Object Fair, and designer of model units at The Hayworth in Carnegie Hill.
Location, location, location. This expression — coined over half a century ago to describe the most important aspect of real estate — may be the only principle that has remained constant in the ever-evolving industry.
Ceruzzi Properties has teamed up with the 92nd Street Y on a children’s amenity program for the Hayworth, a new Carnegie Hill condo building.
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Ceruzzi Properties revealed The Hayworth’s community-inspired amenities designed by Lee Mindel of SheltonMindel. The property contains 61 condominiums across 21 stories.
Ceruzzi Properties revealed The Hayworth’s community-inspired luxury amenities designed by Lee Mindel of SheltonMindel. Both elegant in its décor and unprecedented in its design, The Hayworth pays homage to its historic location on Carnegie Hill by collaborating with neighborhood icons who will infuse their expertise, knowledge, and legacies into these unparalleled spaces.
Interior designer Samuel Amoia has lent his visionary talent to model homes at The Hayworth. The Upper East Side condos designed by Amoia are enlivened with pops of jewel tones, from pillows to armoires to art, set against otherwise neutral finishes, with unpainted wood furniture giving each home an extra hit of visual intrigue.
The Hayworth has tapped two standout interior designers to create three new model residences. Sam Amoia has lent his signature talent and eye for color to two of the Upper East Side condos—a four-bedroom, four-and-a-half-bath home and a two-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bath home, respectively—taking over where the team at AD100-honored interior firm SheltonMindel left off.
The austere minimalism that once dominated urban real estate offerings is a thing of the past.
The Hayworth has tapped two standout interior designers to create four new model residences, taking over where the team at AD100-honored interior firm SheltonMindel left off.
More than 200 guests came out to toast the opening of The Hayworth, developer Ceruzzi Properties’ Upper East Side condominium, enjoying cocktails and canapes while scoping out the building’s model residences.