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On New York’s most iconic avenue, minutes from the city’s most iconic skyscraper and one of its most celebrated parks, 277 5th Avenue was designed with its environs in mind. Internationally acclaimed architect Rafael Viñoly wanted to make a lasting impression, to create a timeless building that would contribute to the evolution of 5th Avenue.
277 Fifth Avenue
NoMad, New York
This 48-residence tower from architectural firm DDG Partners channels a variety of design styles—European, American, old, new—into a surprisingly coherent architectural statement.
180 East 88th Street
Upper East Side, New York
As the first supertall skyscraper on the stretch of Midtown Manhattan known as Billionaires’ Row, One57 rises over 1,000 feet, making it one of the tallest residential towers in New York.
Midtown, New York
With the dramatic Midtown Manhattan skyline to one side and the mysteriously magical East River to the other, Eastlight is poised to deliver the best of both worlds that New York City has to offer.
Kips Bay, New York
New York Combo Condo Sells; Miami Developer Buys in New Project
New York condo The Benson has scored another blockbuster contract. The $27.95 million transaction constituted New York’s priciest residential sale in the first week of February.
In New York, Sustainability Finally Becomes a Selling Point
With a looming law that will require large buildings in New York to dramatically reduce their energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions, developers are getting smarter about creating sustainable buildings at the high end of the market.
Five New York Penthouse Terraces Primed For Fall
Five perfect penthouses that offer premium outdoor real estate fit for fall dinner parties, al fresco movie nights, and so much more.
Sprawling New York City Penthouse Hits Market; South Florida’s Boom Continues
New York City has the highest concentration of homeowners who are ultra-high-net-worth individuals, according to a new report.
New York City Condos Unveiled; Europe’s Highest Residence On Market
Harry Macklowe, the developer behind 432 Park Avenue, has unveiled the first residences of his follow-up New York project at 200 East 59th Street.
Seven Sites to Visit Virtually at Open House New York
For nearly two decades, Open House New York has granted access to some of the city’s best architecture and urban spaces in one October weekend, and the adventure isn’t stopping now.
New York: Where the Luxury Market Is Constantly Innovating
The iconic New York City skyline is recognizable across the world.
Artist Tony Sjoman’s New Mural at The Centrale Evokes New York’s Cityscape
Tony Sjöman’s favorite New York City building may be the Chrysler Building, but that doesn’t mean he dislikes the glassy contemporary structures of the 21st century. In fact, it’s the opposite. The dichotomy between old and new New York inspired Sjöman’s most recent mural at The Centrale.
Miami Penthouse Sells in Cash Deal; New Condo Takes Cues from Classic New York
The penthouse of Miami condominium Arte has sold in a $33 million cash deal.
Art Basel Goes Online; New York’s Pied-à-Terre Tax
Art Basel, the global fine art fair that was scheduled for this weekend in its namesake Swiss city, is instead taking place online.
Waldorf Astoria Miami Launches Sales; New Superyacht Highlights Sustainability
And Aman New York has unveiled an 18th-floor residence with a private pool.
Inside Two New Manhattan Projects; Hong Kong Sale Sets Record
Manhattan's luxury market had its best sales week in five years, and a notable development site in Miami has hit the market.
Mandarin Oriental Announces New York Residences; World’s Second-Tallest Building Tops Out
Plus: Two penthouses in Rafael Viñoly’s The Bryanston hit the market; and 220 Central Park South nears $3 billion in sales.
Living Walls Take Root in New York City Condos
New York City earned its reputation as “the concrete jungle” because of the concrete—certainly not the greenery. But a new trend is creating jungle-like environments inside some of the sleekest buildings in the city.
New York City Condos Launch Sales; Buyers Return to Cities
Bucking the yearly spring sales rush, a spate of new residential buildings has hit the market in New York City this month.
New York City Condo Offers Residential Makerspace for Young Creators
Imagine a space in which your child could build their own inventions from the ground up, with the aid of cutting-edge tools like 3-D printers and laser cutters. Now imagine it existing in your own home.
Jeffrey Beers, Prolific Designer, on Pushing Boundaries in New York
Jeffrey Beers has helmed his namesake architecture, design, and planning studio since 1986, shaping it into one of the most sought-after firms for hospitality and residential work today.
Virtual Showings Cater to the Jetsetting Type
Buy an $18.3 million penthouse sight unseen? No problem. The entire condominium buying process has gone digital, and that’s not likely to change anytime soon. Agents across the country have embraced new digital tactics—Zoom client meetings, virtual walkthroughs posted on listings, and FaceTime calls—to clinch deals the world over.
Most Expensive ZIP Codes in the U.S.; Foreign Buyers Return to Miami
Plus: Two major New York penthouse sales; and Pendry announces a Tampa expansion
Celebrate Thanksgiving in Style at These Buildings
With the holiday season upon us, condominium buildings are pulling out the stops when it comes to treating residents to services, experiences, and spaces that make entertaining a cinch.
One57 Hits 90% Sold; 15 Central Park West Penthouse Sells
And a major redevelopment in San Francisco launches sales.
Central Park Tower Adds Lifestyle Specialist; Miami Market Growth Continues
And fully furnished condos become a more popular option amid the pandemic.
Upper East Side Building Reveals Amenities; ‘Affluent Trailblazers’ Shape Luxury Market
And the Piero Lissoni-designed Ritz-Carlton Residences, Miami Beach, has seen a flurry of sales activity so far this year.
Manhattan’s Art Deco-Inspired Centrale Offers Privacy and Tranquility
The Centrale, Manhattan’s newly constructed residential building in the literal center of town on East 50th Street, may be less than two years old, but it offers all the accommodation and nuanced glamour of iconic New York.
Architect David Adjaye Is Still Testing His Creative Boundaries
For Sir David Adjaye OBE, sustainability is not just a buzzword. “[It] is not just material use or energy use...it is lifestyle,” writes the architect in his firm’s portfolio regarding his design approach. Indeed, in addition to his multifaceted approach to building structures, it’s not difficult to figure out why Sir David Adjaye is one of the most celebrated living architects of our time.