Philip House is a classic pre-war condominium residence reimagined for modern life.
Initially constructed in 1927, Philip House was converted to luxury condominiums in 2013. While the interiors have been completely redesigned and rebuilt with the needs of the modern New Yorker in mind, each residence at Philip House retains the authenticity of an Upper East Side home.
A truly rare find in Carnegie Hill, Philip House remains true to its pre-war heritage, combining the grace and opulence of traditional New York with the casual ease of a contemporary lifestyle.
Luxurious services and amenities
Philip House offers beautifully designed indoor and outdoor amenities. The rooftop Club Room offers western skyline views, as well as a terrace designed by landscape architect HM White. The fitness center features Technogym equipment along with a stretching area. There is also a playroom, a game room, and a music practice room.
- Rooftop Terrace landscaped by HM White
- Rooftop Club Room: Wi-Fi | 60″ LED HD TV | Blue-Ray DVD player | Apple TV | Wet bar and refrigerator
- Fitness Center: Technogym ellipticals | treadmills and bikes with integrated TVs and headphone jacks
- Playroom with soft furniture and chalk wall
- Game Room: 70″ LED 3D TV with cloud-based gaming | Apple TV | iPod docking station | Foosball table
24/7 White-Glove Concierge Services
Residents of the Philip House condominium will enjoy the welcoming and personal service provided by the 24-hour doorman and on-site building manager. Additionally, Philip House offers the conveniences of cold storage for perishable deliveries, a bike storage room, and resident storage units.
- 24-hour doorman
- On-site building manager
- Cold storage
- Bike storage room
- Resident storage units
Interiors by Victoria Hagan
Blending classical elements into modern designs is a hallmark of interior designer Victoria Hagan. She brings harmony to any room through her sophisticated use of color, texture, and silhouette. Victoria has been awarded many of the industry’s top honors, including induction into The Architectural Digest 100 and The Interior Design Hall of Fame. She is the author of Interior Portraits, published by Rizzoli, and her work has been featured internationally in many magazines and design books. For Philip House, Victoria was inspired to create homes that are “a classic take on everyday life, a modern twist on traditional living.”
“I like a space to be beautiful, livable, and always have a touch of the unexpected.”