Anyone who has ever been to Amsterdam knows that it is a city of impeccable tastes. It is not quite Parisian in its sensibilities--far too friendly--but perhaps as strikingly beautiful.
The bike culture, the canals, the gritty gallery scene: it somehow strikes the perfect balance of old-world charm with just a hint of subversion. It all comes together to create a city that is comforting--homey--yet definitively modern.
Perhaps that is what the Dutch developers of 404 Park Avenue South, Huys, had in mind when they set out to build their luxury Gramercy apartments. Employing the immense (and definitively Dutch) talents of Piet Boon, they are in the process of creating a slice of Amsterdam (with maybe a bit of Rotterdam to boot) in the middle of a protean NoMad district.
The condos are fetching impressive prices based on the quality of craftsmanship, stellar locale, and smart layouts. Perhaps check them out before they're gone; the units are selling swiftly.