Since launching sales in February, House 39 — a 36-story, 297-residence LEED certified glass tower in Murray Hill — is more than 70% leased.

Designed by Handel Architects and complete with interiors by the renowned Rockwell Group, House 39 brings a new energy to the bustling Murray Hill.

“This elevated luxury offering brings a new, vibrant energy to the neighborhood,” said Winston Fisher, a partner with Fisher Brothers. “House 39 encompasses an opulent combination of high-end design and incredible five-star amenities that has never been seen before in Murray Hill.”

“House 39 was designed to stand out in an area of typical architecture,” said Handel Architects Managing Partner Gary Handel. “The gently curving glass facade provides a tranquility to the building, while inside, residents will have amazing floor-to-ceiling views.”

The 395-foot tower provides a range of amenities including a Grand Lobby and second floor Club Level, which consists of a fire pit, library, conference center and individual workstations. Demonstration and catering kitchens are open to master and amateur chefs, while the arcade and game room are great for busy residents looking to have fun. Outside, House 39 also offers space for bocce ball and shuffleboard, as well as a children’s playground.

 

Spacious, sleek, contemporary studio to 3-bedroom homes have 9’ ceilings with floor-to-ceiling windows framing views of New York landmarks, such as the Empire State Building and the Chrysler Building. Monthly pricing begins at $3,115.

“Centrally located, House 39 provides residents with easy access to an endless list of nearby eateries, bars and shopping hot spots in addition to an array of transportation hubs,” said Jacqueline Urgo, president of The Marketing Directors. “The incomparable amenity mix and location make living at House 39 the ultimate in convenience, as residents have everything within reach, including a private driveway for busy on-the-go residents.”

Photos courtesy of Evan Joseph.