The Mandarin Oriental Residences Fifth Avenue delivers everything you’ve come to expect from the world-class hotel group but with one key difference: there are no hotel rooms (and no guests). Instead, expect turnkey residences designed by global firm MAWD and outfitted with everything you need—or could possibly imagine needing. Add the rooftop pool, the private restaurant from Michelin-starred chef Daniel Boulud, and the prime location, steps from luxury boutiques, cultural landmarks, and Central Park, and you have all the comforts of home with none of the upkeep.
Mandarin Oriental Residences, Fifth Avenue
Midtown, New York
Discreet is the word that comes to mind at 465 Washington Street, a boutique collection of luxury condominiums in Tribeca. From the subdued grey-brick facade to the serenely minimalist lobby to the graceful, loft-like residences themselves, this converted warehouse is a study in understatement.
465 Washington Street
Tribeca, New York
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The practitioners at Robert A.M. Stern Architects (RAMSA) are cover stars of Architectural Digest many times over and the visionaries behind some of the world's most striking and critically acclaimed residential developments. At the heart of the esteemed firm’s mantra is iconic, forward-looking design, twinned with a tangible appreciation for the past.
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Located in the historic home of Puck, one of America’s most important (and irreverent) publications, at the intersection of some of Manhattan’s chicest neighborhoods, the Puck Penthouses are a collection of six of the city’s most exclusive accommodations, all with sweeping views of the Downtown skyline. Designed by Jose Ramirez, the sprawling homes combine original details (exposed beams and columns and barrel-vaulted brick ceilings) with unrivaled fixtures and finishes, from the custom hardware, artisan stonework, and mahogany casement windows to the La Cornue ranges and Urban Archaeology bathtubs. “The goal was to create penthouses that embodied a precise blend of elegance, modernity, industrial feel, comfort, and luxury,” Ramirez says.
Puck Building – 293 Lafayette Street
Nolita, New York
Located in Brooklyn’s charismatic Vinegar Hill neighborhood, 288 Water Street is an ultraboutique five-story building composed of just eight condominium residences, offered in three- and four-bedroom configurations. Designed and developed by EDRE, 288 Water Street embraces a minimalist aesthetic that is inspired by Japanese ideals of balance, grace, simplicity, and relationship to nature. With no more than two residences on each floor and each home featuring its own private outdoor space and Japanese Zen garden, the building conveniently offers privacy and serenity all in one.
288 Water Vinegar Hill
Vinegar Hill, New York
Located on the corner of Prospect Park and Brooklyn’s historic Grand Army Plaza in Park Slope, One Prospect Park West is home to 64 luxury residences within a former Knights of Columbus clubhouse dating back to 1925. Developer Sugar Hill Capital Partners helmed the transformation of the Classic Revival-style building, tapping Brooklyn-based AD100 design studio Workstead to meticulously craft the interiors and architecture firm ODA to envision the landscaped private rooftop meadow that overlooks Manhattan and Prospect Park.
One Prospect Park West
Park Slope, New York
Located just off a coveted section of Park Avenue and a few blocks from Central Park, 109 East 79 seamlessly blends classic Upper East Side charm with a modern aesthetic. Designed by Steven Harris Architects, the building integrates the work of various artisans for a cohesive mix of materials, details, artwork, and style that accentuates the understated layout. With inspiration from various design movements—including art deco, Bauhaus, midcentury modern, and international—109 East 79 presents a balanced blend of styles while reflecting the character of the neighborhood.