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In Brazil, Pininfarina Announces 53-Story Condominium Tower; Mike Myers Lists Chelsea Penthouse for $20 Million

By: Omi Ford

In Brazil, Pininfarina Announces 53-Story Condominium Tower Along Fortaleza Waterfront

Pininfarina of America has revealed details about Diagonal by Pininfarina, its newest residential project. The 53-story tower will be located along Fortaleza’s waterfront, with its shape inspired by high-end nautical design principles. The exterior will also feature a living-green facade, establishing Diagonal as an oasis in the heart of the city. All aspects of the development have been designed with the well-being of its residents in mind. Each of the 47 homes will feature large terraces and floor-to-ceiling windows. The Pininfarina lobby will serve as a sanctuary for residents to greet and gather with guests. Construction is expected to begin in 2023, with a projected completion date of September 2028.

Mike Myers Lists Chelsea Penthouse For $20 Million

Actor and comedian Mike Myers is selling his penthouse for $20 million, just six years after buying the home for $15.35 million, reports the Wall Street Journal. The 5,600-square-foot spread features four bedrooms, a study, a library, and a media room. One thousand of those 5,600 square feet are dedicated to two sprawling terraces.

According to listing agent Leonard Steinberg, the condominium has the “scale of a large townhouse, but all on one floor.” He goes on to describe the home as “very chic,” which shows in its luxurious amenities: from its Carrara marble island in the kitchen, to the primary en-suite which features its own sauna.

$1.25 Billion Condominium Project comes to 570 Washington Street

Excavation has begun at 570 Washington Street, reports YIMBY. The condominium complex will comprise two towers standing 400 and 450 feet tall, an unprecedented height for New York’s West Village. Residents will be able to enjoy 360-degree views from the tower, including sunrises over the Hudson River to the east, the Lower Manhattan skyline to the south, Midtown to the north, and sunsets over Hoboken to the west. The towers will include 1,596 residences, 225,000 square feet of retail space, and 353 hotel rooms. Designed by COOKFOX Architects, the towers’ newest renderings show floor-to-ceiling windows, balconies, and terraces decorating the facade. Zeckendorf Development, Atlas Capital, and The Baupost Group’s $1.25 billion towers are expected to rise by the end of 2026. 

108 Leonard Shows Off Giorgetti-Designed Amenity Spaces

Italian furniture and design company Giorgetti has completed its amenity installation collaboration with 108 Leonard, the first partnership of its kind for Giorgetti. Some of the amenities now occupying more than 20,000 square feet of the Tribeca residence include a 75-foot lap pool, a chef’s demonstration kitchen, a private dining room with its own wine cellar, and a lounge space, known as “the marble room,” on the mezzanine level.

Both Giorgetti and 108 Leonard were established in 1898, making the historic collaboration that much more impactful as the firm and the residence share their 125th birthdays.