The 41-story tower, which has been featured by the New York Times, made its debut last April with studios that commanded $2,600/month. Roughly 10 months later, the 381-unit building is near capacity with just a handful of 1BR, 2BR, and penthouse units left.
LeFrak, the tower’s developer, is also giving us an inside look at the Ellipse’s amenities. Designed by the building’s architect, Arquitectonica, they include a state-of-the-art fitness center with wrap-around views of the Hudson River, a deluxe game room with billiards and ping pong tables, a children’s playroom, a co-working space with conference tables and bookcases, and a multi-purpose lounge with HDTVs and curated art display.
Starting this summer, Ellipse residents will also have access to an outdoor pool with barbecue area. Combined, the building offers an unheard of 24,000 square feet of amenity space.
Prices for the remaining units at the Ellipse start at $3,270/month.