New on the Upper East Side: The Leyton’s 26th-Floor Condo Looks for $9.25M

February in New York can be freezing, snowy, and slushy, making it difficult to venture outside. So, why not take a listing tour from the comfort of home? The Leyton, a luxury 30-story development on the Upper East Side, is set to be complete this spring just as the trees of Central Park are blooming. Take a look at one of the still-available units, seeking $9.25 million and sprawling over the entire 26th floor.

Floor-to-ceiling windows capture 360-degree views of the city, though promise complete privacy since you’re so high in the skyscraper. The natural light that floods into this 3,348-square-foot home, paired with 18-foot ceilings and a private outdoor terrace, inspires effortlessly and could help lessen any seasonal blues that come along, too.

Elena Frampton of Frampton Co, who has been featured in HC&G, created a tailored design for The Leyton’s interiors. The designer employed ample contrast and organic materials, while embracing the blurred lines between inside and out. Architect Manuel Glas designed the building, which is situated on Third Avenue between 62nd and 63rd streets, to create a distinctive addition to the storied neighborhood.

Just two floors below this unit on the 24th floor, the Brandy Room, Solarium, and Sun Terrace offer indoor and outdoor entertaining spaces designed by Alexandra Champalimaud. Beyond these glam spots, the building also provides concierge services, a 24-hour lobby, and a fitness center. There is even a Paw Spa for residents’ furry friends.

Though touring The Leyton may just be window shopping for most, someone who can afford the expensive spread can nab this opportunity just in time to move in for the changing seasons. Brown Harris Stevens holds the listing.