200 East 21st Street is the latest addition to Alfa Development's "Green Collection" portfolio, a series of residential buildings that meet the highest of green standards. Located in New York, the luxury condominium was designed by BKSK Architects, with the interior taken on by Alexandra Champalimaud, inspired by the building's location in the historic Gramercy neighborhood.

In order to achieve LEED Gold certification, 200 East 21st Street is stocked with a variety of sustainable features including a vertical green wall in the lobby, a landscaped communal green roof with plantings by Halsted Welles Associates, a solar-powered domestic water production system that provides 60 precent of the building’s hot water, and wind-generated electricity. Eco-friendly materials such as FSC-certified wood finish the interior, paired alongside advanced water-conserving fixtures, faucets, and appliances.

Amenities for the condominium range from a 24-hour attended lobby and concierge to an expansive wellness center with a gym, sauna, and treatment room, a residents’ lounge with dining space and an entertainment center, a billiards area, and a landscaped rooftop lounge.

Pricing for 200 East 21st Street begins at $1.5 million USD.

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