100 Avenue A has made its splash in the New York real estate
At one of New York's newest luxury residences, two figures are projected on the eight-story façade in the East Village. 100 Avenue A has made its splash in the New York real estate scene with a marketing campaign that's hardly modest: the décor and branding feature photos, sculptures and models provocative enough to raise interest in the building's high-end craftsmanship.
Because there's always more than meets the eye. Winco teamed up with Isaac Stern Architects, P.C. to design and install Winco's windows. These strut windows are large enough to let in fresh air, and natural light in each of the building's 32 units and insulated to cut energy costs and utilize recycled aluminum.
Overlooking Tompkins Square Park, 100 Avenue A serves environmentally conscious residents with a second floor communal garden, bike storage, fitness gym, white oak herringbone floors and a landscaped communal roof deck.
"The project at 100 Avenue A was a natural fit," says Kurtis Suellentrop at Winco Windows. "Our dedication to reducing our carbon footprint pairs beautifully with Isaac Stern Architects' vision for a space that is just as high-end as it environmentally friendly. It's fun when those values align."
Developer: Magnum Real Estate Group, New York, NY
Architect: Issac | Stern Architects, P.C., New York, NY
Glazing Contractor: 98 Avenue A Construction, LLC, Brooklyn, NY
Windows: Winco Windows and RAD Associates, Wayne, NJ