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Today's Featured Building: One48

Ladder-like facade of One48

One48 is a futuristic condominium located at 148 East 24th Street - hence the stylish rendition of its name to "One48." Its modern glass exterior stands out between the red brick buildings surrounding it, but it's not only the facade of One48 that makes it especially appealing to residents with a sci-fi bent. This 55 unit condominium boasts a parking amenity that not many other buildings can: a robotic parking arm that parks and retrieves people's vehicles so no one except the owner will ever have to go inside. Or maybe this is simply appealing to people protective of their cars.

In any case, this Automated Parking System is listed as one of the condominium's top amenities. Manhattan Apartments NY predicts that residents will come down to the multimedia room, another modern space equipped with iPod docking stations, a Foosball table, a big screen TV, and the choice of three gaming systems, not just to watch a movie, but to watch the robotic arm move the vehicles.[1]

ADG Langsam is the developer of One48 - a collaboration between American Development Group and Langsam Property Services. Michael Even of EM Design Group is the architect and it was originally intended to have 43 units when the process began in 2008. Four years later it was completed with 55 units.


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