The Corigin Real Estate Group’s newest destination for luxury living is the 20 East End Avenue condominium. The Upper East Side condominium building was designed by Robert A.M. Stern, and offers a stately presence with pre-war architecture accompanied by modern design and 43 condominium residences starting at $4.5 million. Featuring amenities designed to feel like a part of each home, residents have access to a wood-paneled library personally curated by the building’s architect, Robert A.M. Stern, a billiards hall, poker room and private bar for entertaining. The 17-story condo building located on the corner of East End Ave and 80th Street is just steps from some of the city’s most intimate and secluded green spaces, including Carl Schurz Park, designed by the famous architect and mastermind responsible for Central Park, Frederick Law Olmstead. Residents will enjoy access to the some of the country’s highest ranked private preparatory and public schools, while others will embrace the secluded neighborhood matched with the convenience of living in Manhattan. The quiet 11-block avenue produces a small-town feel that’s delightfully unique and was often impossible to find in a bustling city of 9 million people, until now.