Central Park Tower is the tallest residential building in the world and the second-tallest building, residential or otherwise, in New York.
Central Park Tower
Midtown, New York
The 100,000+ square feet of indoor and outdoor amenities include a stargazing observatory, an adults-only treehouse, and a rooftop garden (designed by acclaimed landscape architects West 8) that’s almost like a vertical city park. The sheer creativity and range of offerings are at least as distinctive as the tower’s impact on the city skyline.
One Manhattan Square
Lower East Side, New York
The Bold, Thrilling Work of Thomas Heatherwick
Thomas Heatherwick is the founder of Heatherwick Studios, the London-based studio behind some of the world’s most innovative designs. The Englishman is known for his diversity of projects, from Louboutin perfume bottles and London’s double-decker buses to train stations and temples.
Block & Lot: An Art-Studded Corner of Midtown Manhattan
Welcome to Block & Lot, a new series that takes an in-depth look at the blocks—the actual rectangles bounded by streets and avenues—that make up Manhattan. In this installment, we visit Block 01269 in Midtown.
In Luxury Condos, An Amenity By the Bottle
A few years after sales launched at the boutique condominium 30 Warren in New York City’s Tribeca neighborhood, the building debuted an uncommon amenity: an in-house sommelier.
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What sets The XI apart is the coherence of this collaboration of great minds, including Danish architect Bjarke Ingels, interior designers Patrick Gilles and Dorothée Boissier, Michael Gabellini and Kim Sheppard, and Pierre Yovanovitch, and landscape architect Enzo Enea.
West Chelsea, New York
Rising 82 stories on the edge of Tribeca and the newly reinvigorated Financial District, this luxury condominium development is Downtown’s tallest residential tower, offering unparalleled panoramas of the Manhattan skyline.
30 Park Place, Four Seasons Private Residences
Tribeca, New York
On the border of Midtown and the Upper West Side, as close as you can get to the Hudson River without swimming in it, the three-tower, 2.2 million-square-foot Waterline Square may be New York’s most significant luxury residential development, and not just in scale.