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
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At first glance, The Hayworth exudes subdued elegance, a profile that’s fitting for its location on the Upper East Side. But rest assured that every aspect of this intimate condominium development was impeccably planned by world-class architects, artists, designers, and programmers.
Upper East Side, New York
Rising 34 stories above Midtown’s Bryant Park, The Bryant gives residents the opportunity to not only live above the serene yet lively setting of this urban green space but also the chance to live in British architect David Chipperfield’s first ground-up residential tower in the United States.