In an exciting reveal, Extell Development has unveiled new renderings of the residential amenity package within The Kent, a new mixed-use tower at 200 East 95th Street. Located in Manhattan’s Upper East Side, the 30-story structure encompasses 317,664 square feet, including retail space on both ground and cellar floors, with residential area on the second through 28th floors.
Architects Beyer Blinder Belle cited the neighborhood’s surrounding Art Deco structures as inspiration for tower’s architectural style. The team from Champalimaud, a New York-based interior design firm, designed the amenity spaces within a similar gaze.
At the ground level, the double-height residential lobby features stained rosewood walls, gold etching, and geometric flooring.
The resort-class amenity spaces include an impressive pool deck and private locker room, an infrared sauna within the building’s fitness center, a screening room, multiple lounge areas, and a children’s playroom.
The building also includes a “Sound Lounge” designed by musician Lenny Kravitz. When describing the vision for the design, Kravitz said, “the Sound Lounge at The Kent was inspired by one of my personal recording studios. We wanted to create an inviting and inspiring multipurpose environment where the residents can play music together or practice their instruments.”