The Treadwell Completes Construction At 249 East 62nd Street On Manhattan’s Upper East Side

Construction is complete on The Treadwell, a 28-story residential tower at 249 East 62nd Street in the Treadwell Farm Historic District of Manhattan’s Upper East Side. Designed by INC Architecture & Design and developed by Dart Interests, the 347-foot-tall Art Deco-inspired building will yield 66 condominium units in studio to three-bedroom layouts with prices ranging from $1.005 million to $3.95 million. Brown Harris Stevens Development is managing sales and marketing for the homes, SLCE Architects is the executive architect, CM & Associates is the general contractor, and Zeckendorf Development is the co-development manager for the project, which stands near the corner of Second Avenue and East 62nd Street.

The remaining glass railings were installed around all of the balconies, and the sidewalk shed was removed since our last update in late October. Recent photos show the completed look of the façade, which features fluted terracotta paneling framing floor-to-ceiling windows with bronze-hued mullions, and the Art Deco-styled crown, which is composed of sleek, interlocking volumes with rounded corners. Work has also wrapped up on the ground floor, particularly the retail space along Second Avenue and the residential entrance along East 62nd Street.

The below renderings of The Treadwell by DBOX depict the main tower, the East 62nd Street annex, the lobby, and the residential interiors. The Treadwell accommodates two to four homes per level. Billy Cotton designed the interiors for the model residences.

Residential amenities will be housed on the first two levels and include a double-height lobby, a fitness center, a sauna and steam room, an on-site superintendent, a children’s playroom, a private landscaped courtyard, a lounge, meeting rooms, and a meditation garden. Residents will also receive complimentary one-year memberships to concierge medicine group Sollis Health and curated experience masters, Omacasa.

The nearest subways from the property are the F and Q trains at the Lexington Avenue-63rd Street station to the west, and the N, R, W, 4, 5, and 6 trains at the Lexington Avenue-59th Street station.