Philip House in New York
The Philip House at 141 East 88th Street is the 11-story Renaissance revival building that has 79 condos with interiors by designer Victoria Hagan. Prices range from $850,000 to $8.14 million. The Upper East Side’s Carnegie Hill has long been one of Manhattan’s most desirable residential neighborhoods. Grand prewar buildings and elegant tree-lined streets are emblematic of the area’s historic significance and its classic beauty.
Philip House is a classic prewar condominium residence reimagined for modern life. While retaining the authenticity of an Upper East Side home, its interiors have been entirely rebuilt. A rare find in Carnegie Hill, Philip House captures the grace of tradition and the casual ease of a contemporary lifestyle.
Celebrated interior designer Victoria Hagan has expertly incorporated modern touches into Philip House’s timeless prewar residences. Using a luxurious palette of honest materials such as honed stone, natural wood, and fine marble, along with superior craftsmanship, she has designed residences replete with the subtle but unmistakable indicators of custom renovation.
Beautifully designed indoor and outdoor amenities enrich Philip House’s common areas. The extensive rooftop offers western skyline views from the spacious Club Room, as well as a terrace designed by landscape architect HM White. The fitness center features Technogym equipment along with a stretching area. For young children there is a playroom, and for teens, a game room. The music practice room provides a private space where residents can develop their artistic skills. In addition to a 24-hour doorman and on-site building manager, Philip House offers the conveniences of cold storage for perishable deliveries, a bike storage room, and resident storage units.