NYC Supertall Lists Two New Condo Units; Luxe SF Tower Offers Curated Furnishings
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Slender supertall releases two new condos
New York’s most slender supertall tower, 111 West 57th Street, has unveiled two new condos, 6sqft reports. The first, a 7,130-square-foot triplex penthouse with 1,367 square feet of private outdoor space, is on the market for $66 million. The second, a 4,492-square-foot, three-bedroom duplex with 1,798 square feet of private outdoor space, wants $39.5 million. The 1,428-foot tower that overlooks Central Park is designed by SHoP Architects with interiors by Studio Sofield.
Thirty condos still available at Robert A.M. Stern-designed building
A mystery buyer has closed on a 5,935-square-foot 220 Central Park South condo for $63 million, reports The Real Deal. Closings are ongoing at Vornado Realty Trust’s ultra-luxury New York condo tower. The stately building’s crowning duplex sold to an anonymous buyer for $99.9 million in late July, and a high-floor duplex purchased by billionaire Daniel Och closed for $92.7 million in late 2019. With the sale of the 5,935-square-foot unit 72, 30 of the 118 units (some of which are designated staff quarters) in the Robert A.M. Stern Architects-designed building remain up for grabs, though it’s unclear how many of those dwellings are in contract.
Fine dining returns to New York City’s NoMad neighborhood
The three-Michelin-star restaurant Eleven Madison Park will indeed reopen with the return of indoor dining in New York, although exactly when the restaurant will return remains to be seen. In a conversation for the newsletter Astrolabe that was quoted by Eater, restaurateur Daniel Humm says Eleven Madison Park building landlord SL Green “stepped up in a big way,” and other financial hurdles were eased that will allow the fine dining room, once at risk of permanently shuttering, to return. “In a good scenario, we’ll open, I don’t know, middle of November,” Humm told Astrolabe. “And I think the worst case scenario is that we open in March.”
Luxe San Francisco condo tower offers curated furnishings
The developer of luxe San Francisco condo tower One Steuart Lane has partnered with celebrated French interior design firm Liaigre to offer residents curated furnishing packages, Forbes reported. Condos in the Embarcadero tower, which topped out in mid-August and will welcome residents in spring 2021, range in size from one to three bedrooms and are being offered from $1.6 million to upwards of $10 million. Paramount Group is developing the property and Skidmore, Owings & Merrill is behind the stand-out architecture and interior design.
Prominent David Adjaye-designed home hits the market in London
A prominent home designed by Ghanian-British architect Sir David Adjaye has hit the market in London for £6.5 million, or $8.36 million at the time of publication. The so-called “Lost House” on Crinan Street, London N1, is “widely regarded as one the most significant domestic projects of recent times,” according to The Modern House. The 4,000-square-foot property employs innovative design to bring light into the home, whose modest street presence belies its dramatic interiors.