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New York City Condos Unveiled; Europe’s Highest Residence On Market

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Harry Macklowe’s 432 Park Avenue Successor Shows Off Model Residences

The luxury New York condominium developed by Harry Macklowe as the successor to 432 Park Avenue has unveiled its first residences. The 35-story tower at 200 East 59th Street, designed by CetraRuddy with interiors by Nancy J. Ruddy and operated by Centurion Real Estate Investors, features column-free living spaces and plenty of indoor and outdoor areas, with 30 floors of wraparound terraces. CetraRuddy hand-selected Calacatta and Siberian white and mink marble for the project.

“We wanted to complement the building’s iconic, streamlined form by bringing warmth and tactility to the interiors through organic materials like cashmere, velvet, weathered bronze, patinated wood, shagreen, and even petrified stones,” Ruddy said of the model residences. “A neutral palette of design elements is accented with curated features that create energy and vibrancy, so that the homes nod to the spirit and richness of the city, but also provide residents with a sense of serenity and calm.” Available residences are priced from $1.795 million.

Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residences Coming to New Orleans Waterfront

A distinctive office tower that has stood empty along the New Orleans riverfront since 2011 is being reimagined as a Four Seasons hotel and a collection of luxury condos. The hotel and condos will occupy the former World Trade Center, an X-shaped 33-story building designed by Edward Durrell Stone in the 1960s. Located in the heart of the city’s central business district, the project will consist of a hotel on the building’s sixth through 18th floors and fully serviced condos, priced between $2 million and $10 million, on the building’s upper floors. New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees has already purchased a condo in the project, the New York Times reports. An observation deck open to the public will crown the building.

111 West 57th Street Penthouse Goes Into Contract for Over $50M

A penthouse at New York’s slender, supertall tower at 111 West 57th Street has gone into contract for an undisclosed sum, Mansion Global reports. Michael Stern of JDS Development confirmed the contract but did not comment on the exact sale price of the 7,103-square-foot, four-bedroom spread. The offering plan for the property lists the penthouse’s asking price as $57 million. An insider familiar with the deal says the property has gone into contract for over $50 million, making it one of the priciest contracts known to have been signed since the onset of the pandemic.

Waldorf Astoria New York’s Beloved Clock Gets Revamp Amid Building’s Redevelopment

The Waldorf Astoria New York’s lobby has undergone a reimagining that includes the complete restoration of the iconic World’s Fair Clock that has occupied a prominent place in the hotel’s Fifth Avenue location since 1931. The clock, created for the 1893 Chicago World’s Fair, is now on display at the New-York Historical Society as part of a long-term loan while the Waldorf itself undergoes its transformation into a 375-key hotel with 375 luxury condominiums on the upper floors.

“The World’s Fair Clock has always been a famous meeting place for guests and visitors. The clock will return to the heart of Waldorf Astoria New York in the main lobby, which is now a New York City landmark,” said Andrew Miller, CEO of Dajia U.S. “Our exceptional team of architects and designers has been meticulous in their work to restore this heritage space and others throughout the building to their original splendor while fully modernizing the experience for guests and residents alike.”

Moscow Penthouse, Europe’s Highest Residence, Asks $35 Million

Europe’s highest residence is now on the market. The New York Post reports that a penthouse occupying the 95th through 97th floors of Moscow’s Federation Tower is on the market for $35 million. Federation Tower, along the Presnenskaya Embankment, is the tallest building in Moscow, at 1,227 feet, and the second-tallest building in Russia — behind the 1,516-foot Lakhta Center in St. Petersburg. The triplex covers a sprawling 23,476 square feet and has 10 bedrooms and 10 full bathrooms connected by a sweeping sculptural staircase. According to its listing, a buyer can choose to purchase the full three-floor spread or just a portion of the penthouse.

Tom Brady and Gisele Bündchen Sell at 70 Vestry for $40M

Tom Brady and Gisele Bündchen are in contract to sell their luxe New York spread for around $40 million, the New York Post has learned. Brady and Bündchen purchased the 12th-floor condo at Tribeca’s 70 Vestry in 2018 for $25.46 million. The condo consists of five bedrooms, five and a half bathrooms, and a 1,900-square-foot terrace. The buyer is rumored to be a New York- and Connecticut-based financier. The Robert A.M. Stern-designed building has 12,000 square feet of amenities, including a porte-cochere with an automated garage, a billiards room, and an entire wellness floor.