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 residential tower pairs a matchstick-thin, mostly glass facade with art-deco flourishes for an overall look that evokes classic New York, but with a distinctly 21st-century vibe. Interiors by design firm Champalimaud also manage to feel at once timeless and modern, from the open-living residences to the spacious and airy, high-ceilinged amenity spaces that are only available to residents.
Midtown, New York
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One Madison offers a rare opportunity to have it all: the location, the views, the amenities. Designed by award-winning architecture and interior design firm CetraRuddy, the ultraslender glass tower rises from the historic Flatiron District, towering over its neighbors and affording uninterrupted visibility in three directions. To the north, there is the Empire State Building; to the south, the Brooklyn Bridge; and to the west, the Hudson River. Interiors by Yabu Pushelberg are no less dramatic, especially in the residents-only One Club, where an indoor pool surrounded by marble-clad walls overlooks Madison Square Park through floor-to-ceiling windows. And, then there are the residences themselves, many of which span an entire floor, giving the impression that this is your very own private slice of New York.
Flatiron, New York
It’s difficult to say what makes this new luxury condominium development stand out the most. To start, there’s the location, at the intersection of some of New York’s most vibrant neighborhoods: this is where Chelsea, Flatiron, and Nomad come together, offering access to restaurants and bars, art and museums, parks and greenways.
Chelsea, New York
One block from the Guggenheim Museum and one block from Central Park and surrounded by the shops, restaurants, and cafes on Madison Avenue—it doesn’t get much more prime Upper East Side than this. But location is just one of the perks of this boutique luxury residential building. Designed by Robert A.M. Stern Architects, known for their modern interpretation of classic architecture, and Kelly Behun Studio, who brings just the right amount of modern whimsy to the 13 residence interiors.