The Chatham

181 East 65 Street, New York, NY

COMPLETED: 2001

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Inspired by 1920s Upper East Side residential buildings, The Chatham was Robert A.M. Stern Architects’ first residential condominium project, occupying the prime corner of 65 Street at Third Avenue. The brick and limestone façadeis punctuated by French balconies and bay windows.

Design by Robert A.M. Stern Architects

The building’s base is classical—a nod to Park Avenue’s finest residential buildings—while the top narrows with a notable series of setbacks to create a sense that The Chatham is skyward-bound.

“When Related Companies asked us to design The Chatham in 2001, they pioneered new ground from the real estate side. The mandate was to create a high-end condominium, the first in New York, that would have the aura of a Park Avenue apartment house.”

Robert A.M. Stern, quoted in Architectural Digest | May 2011

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