Designed by Architecture Outfit, The Sorting House comprises three stories of residences, atop a 1926 post office. The Sorting House — named in reference to the main function of the post office, which operates on the lower two floors—infuses the streetscape with a contemporary yet contextual aesthetic. The sleek brickwork casement windows of the renovated façade echo the preserved red brick and mullioned windows of the historic building, with the new residential entry and the updated post office entrance elegantly harmonizing.
A flowing continuum from inside to outside—with oversized terraces and roof patios—the design concept features an ingenious system of sliding, built-in, and fold-away elements complemented by exquisite modern detailing throughout.
Intrinsic to this fluid spatial concept is an aesthetic where impeccable finishes and craftsmanship permeate every part of the residences.
Select house services complement the distinctive lifestyle offered by The Sorting House:
Common Roof Deck
2,600-square-foot roof deck features dramatic unobstructed Midtown views, lounge areas, landscaping, and an outdoor kitchen equipped with a built-in gas grill and sink
Fitness Room with state of the art cardio equipment and Yoga Studio
TRN connects individual residents to specialists in personal training, physical therapy, yoga, and Pilates for appointments at The Sorting House
Art Collection Partner
Paddle8, the online auction house, provide art advisory services to residents
Part-time doorman and virtual concierge
Private Storage for Each Residence
Expansive outdoor space, as an oasis of greenery, relaxation, and views, is integral to The Sorting House’s residential design. Twenty eight of the 30 units feature private terraces or roof patios, and all residents have access to a 2,600-square-foot landscaped common terrace.
In addition to the uncommonly generous dimensions of these outdoor spaces, each space is beautifully detailed, with integrated banquettes, planter boxes, and privacy screens. Select terraces also include gas connections for barbeques, and an unobstructed Cityscape view.