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Dec. 23, 2019
520 Park Avenue holds 35 residences within a 64 story limestone condominium tower. It was designed by Robert A.M. Stern Architects and developed by Zeckendorf Development. The tower is located at 60th Street between Park and Madison Avenue. 56 Leonard's 17,000 square feet of facilities include a 75 ' infinity swimming pool, indoor / outdoor cinemas, outdoor sundeck, gym, therapy facilities, steam room, sauna, lounge and a playroom for children. One of the Penthouses was sold for about $68 million dollars.
Dec. 16, 2019
“High above the Museum of Modern Art, mere blocks from Central Park and Fifth Avenue, in the epicenter of New York’s global business, arts, theater and cultural districts, a modern, elegantly tapering tower is rising.” – Streeteasy
53 West 53rd Street was designed by Pritzker Prize-Winning architect Jean Nouvel. Behind its unique façade are perfectly detailed residences designed by renowned interior designer Thierry Despont, each large and light-filled, unlike any other apartment.
Dec. 9, 2019
520 West 28th presents New York City's iconic new landmark. Designed by Pritzker's award-winning architect Zaha Hadid and created by Related, one of the nation's leading luxury housing property developers, this boutique condo building provides 39 exclusive two-to five-bedroom houses by the renowned Iraqi-British architect and artist. Hadid, whose globally important workplace is characterized by nature-inspired organic forms and graceful curves, introduces this distinctive sensibility to 520 West 28th – her first contribution to the skyline of Manhattan. Located in the core of West Chelsea, right on the High Line.
Dec. 2, 2019
At the gateway to Tribeca, the Woolworth Building rises above City Hall Park. This graceful tower continues an elegant jewel in downtown Manhattan's skyline, unprecedented in size and sophistication when it was first finished in 1913. The top thirty floors were masterfully converted into The Woolworth Tower Residences by famous French architect Thierry W Despont: a restricted collection of thirty-two luxury Tribeca condominium houses on top of a famous landmark in New York.
Nov. 25, 2019
111 West 57th Street, also known as the Steinway Tower, reflects a dedication to the quality of the craft, history and philosophy behind the classic skyscrapers of New York City. The graceful tower, designed by Studio Sofield's SHoP Architects with interiors, will rise to a height of 1,428 feet when finished. Once finished, the tower will be one of the tallest structures in the United States, as well as the world's thinnest skyscraper.
Nov. 18, 2019
Gracing the middle of the famous New York City skyline, One57 rises over 1,000 feet above Central Park and Midtown Manhattan. This exclusive collection of tower condominium houses is improved by unprecedented luxury and personalized service from The Park Hyatt New York. It was designed by architect Christian de Portzamparc.
Nov. 11, 2019
Herzog & de Meuron have designed an iconic tower in the New York skyline. 56 Leonard is a vertical glass expression of sculpted surfaces, cantilevers and sparkling glass. The 145 outstanding condominium apartments range from open lofts to five bedrooms, each with personal outdoor room. High ceilings and floor-to-ceiling windows show amazing views of the skyline, water, bridges and beyond. 56 Leonard's 17,000 square feet of facilities include a 75 ' infinity swimming pool, indoor / outdoor cinemas, outdoor sundeck, gym, therapy facilities, steam room, sauna, lounge and a playroom for children. One of the Penthouses is currently available for about $27 million dollars.
Nov. 4, 2019
Central Park Tower is a mixed-use skyscraper constructed in Midtown Manhattan, by Extell Development Company and Shanghai Municipal Investment Group along Billionaires ' Row on 57th Street. It is located at 217 W 57th Street. These homes will be the highest in the world with one-of - a-kind Central Park panoramas to the north, the famous Manhattan skyline to the south, and iconic rivers to the East and West, soaring to 1,550 feet high. The building is still under construction and will be finished in 2020. An apartment in the 112th floor will be available for around $63 million dollars.
Oct. 28, 2019
The Plaza is located at 768 Fifth Avenue and was designed in the style of an opulent French Château, by the interior designer Henry Janeway Hardenbergh. It contains 163 private residence condos. Some of the apartments are design with the Versace Home Collection. High Ceilings, walnut-bordered herringbone parquet and decent Central Park views are also part of the apartments. Since its opening in 1907, it was home to some of the world’s most famous guests and could be seen in more than 50 movies. The Building was fully restored in 2008 for $450 million dollars! One of the pricier apartments was sold for around $50 Million dollars.
Oct. 21, 2019
Located between 56th and 57th Streets on Park Avenue, 432 Park Avenue is the Western Hemisphere's tallest residential tower as of 2018. Designed by Rafael Vinoly, this extraordinary 96 story tower rises 1,396 feet and redefines the Manhattan skyline. Every window has a size of 10 x 10 feet to guarantee the residencies a lot of natural light and spectacular views all over Manhattan. It was built in 2015 and contains 125 units over 96 floors. One of the Penthouses was sold for about $82 Million dollars, after it was on the market for over 2 years.