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
It’s challenging for a building to stand out in Hudson Yards, the 28-acre megadevelopment on Manhattan’s West Side. But this mixed-use, glass-and-limestone skyscraper by David Childs of global architecture firm Skidmore, Owings & Merrill manages to do just that.
35 Hudson Yards
Hudson Yards, New York
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Central Park Tower’s Communal Terrace: a Town Green In the Sky
The building’s amenity terrace was thoughtfully designed by HMWhite to not only provide residents a respite from city life, but also to nurture interactions among residents and create a sense of community.
At Flatiron House, the Private Garden Grows Skyward
How do you reimagine the private garden for urban life? This is the question that faced COOKFOX Architects and Future Green Studio when designing Flatiron House, a New York condominium where every residence features irrigated greenery that creates the building’s facade.
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In Midtown Manhattan, intimacy is the ultimate luxury—and that is exactly what 7W57 offers. Designed by Hill West Architects, with interiors by Tsao & McKown, this boutique collection of condominiums is intended to be a refuge for its residents, where they can walk outside to New York’s finest shops, restaurants, and museums or enjoy spectacular views of the city from a place of calm. “7 West 57th Street was truly designed for those who crave the excitement of the city, but also value their privacy and quietness,” says Stefan Soloviev of the Soloviev Group.
Midtown, New York
To say that Olympia Dumbo is informed by its geography is an understatement. Nearly everything: from the sail-shaped silhouette designed by Hill West Architects and the maritime-inspired interiors by Workstead, to the name itself—Olympia was the area’s original moniker; today, it’s known as Dumbo—is a nod to its historic waterfront location. As Workstead cofounder Ryan Mahoney explains, “We reference history very methodically with a new building like Olympia, so that it is rooted in the story of the neighborhood.” But this dramatic tower is also breaking new ground. For starters, it’s the tallest residential building in the neighborhood, climbing 33 stories and affording views of the harbor and across to Lower Manhattan. It also claims an unparalleled array of amenities, including a bowling alley, boxing gym, pet spa, multiple pools—and, yes, a shipwreck-inspired playground for Olympia’s smaller residents to explore.
Dumbo, New York
Lantern House occupies a prized location in the heart of the Downtown Manhattan waterfront: just moments from the river’s edge and among the city’s most desirable neighborhoods.
West Chelsea, New York
One United Nations Park is a study in contrasts. Its bold black exteriors, designed by starchitect Richard Meier, are balanced by bright, light-filled interiors; its timeless interior design is complemented by modern amenities and smart technology, and its location borders bustling Midtown on one side and the serene East River on the other. The common thread throughout is attention to detail, from the quality of the glass—sourced to provide the most pristine effect—to the vein-cut slabs of travertine in the lobby and the Gaggenau appliances and custom-crafted Italian lacquer cabinetry in the homes. This is New York City living at its finest.