Manhattan House debuts model units

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Manhattan House unveiled its new model units at a party co-hosted by the New York Observer’s Hamptons magazine last night (see photos above). The event, at the Upper East Side condominium’s garden, showcased a preview of the model residences designed by James (Ford) Huniford and Celerie Kemble. The evening featured art, fragrances, and culinary fare. Huniford designed a three-bedroom, 3.5-bath, 3,196-square-foot floor-through residence at the building, at 200 East 66th Street, and Kemble designed a three-bedroom, three-bath, 2,240-square-foot corner residence. The Real Deal reported earlier this month that the building has sold more than 150 units and has about 140 rent-stabilized tenants, leaving more than 200 unsold units. A number of apartments are being combined into larger units. — Marc Becker