Live the Park Avenue dream in the most elegant new property on the historic Upper East Side. Experience unprecedented, Missoni-designed living along the edge of Biscayne Bay. Each of LX Collection’s luxury condominium properties is selected based on its notable architecture, elevated design, world-class amenities, and unparalleled services. Discover your next global address.
Situated within the campus of Union Theological Seminary (UTS)—a globally respected, 180-year-old center of theological education in Manhattan’s Morningside Heights neighborhood—Claremont Hall is a 41-story, mixed-use condominium building designed by Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Its 165 one- to four-bedroom residences vary in size from 700 to 2,765 square feet, with three yet-to-be-revealed penthouses that are expected to measure even larger. Claremont Hall will also provide more than 54,000 square feet of distinguished classrooms, academic offices, and faculty-designated apartments, packaged in a structure that targets U.S. Green Building Council standards for LEED Gold Certification.
Morningside Heights, New York
Located in trendy King West, within one of Toronto’s largest and most exclusive mixed-use communities, the Signature Series at The Well offers a boutique condominium experience with all the perks of a much larger development. It’s the best of big and small, or, as developer Jim Ritchie of Tridel explains, “This particular building can be very intimate. Or people can be part of the bigger undertaking, with its unbelievable services and restaurants.” Either way, you’re guaranteed to (ahem) live well in this Wallman Architects-designed tower, which boasts light-flooded interiors, meticulous finishes, and private amenities, as well as access to three million square feet of culture.
Tridel at The Well Signature Series
King West, Toronto
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As one of the most recognizable edifices on the London skyline, the quadruple-chimneyed Battersea Power Station offers the unique opportunity to reside inside a true icon. Originally envisaged by Giles Gilbert Scott (the same architect who designed the British red phone box), the former power station is sensationally reborn as a set of supremely covetable riverside residences, courtesy of WilkinsonEyre. The majestic industrial chutzpah of a building that once gave power to a swathe of the UK capital is more glorious than ever, now elevated with contemporary flourishes, including a private roof garden and an indoor lap pool. Perhaps summing up the sheer joyous ambition of it all: one of the chimneys is fitted with a glass elevator that shoots up to the crown, becoming a viewing platform over the city.
Battersea Power Station
Battersea Power Station, London
The celebrated hospitality brand introduces its first luxury condominium to Boston’s Seaport district. Located on the last remaining residential waterfront site on the Boston Harbor, St. Regis Residences, Boston is the first condominium development in Boston to offer five-star branded residences without an attached hotel. The building boasts its own pedestrian pier, providing residents with unobstructed views and direct access to Boston Harbor from Seaport Boulevard, as well as access to the seaport’s marinas, ferries, and seaplanes.
The St. Regis Residences Boston
Boston Seaport, Boston
Nestled in the heart of Boston’s historic Back Bay neighborhood, the Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residences, One Dalton Street is a soaring 61-story tower—the city’s tallest residential building—which is home to a 215-room hotel and 160 residences on floors 26 through 61. Designed by the late Henry N. Cobb of Pei Cobb Freed & Partners and Gary Johnson of CambridgeSeven, the 742-foot skyscraper is LEED Silver certified and lauded for its triangular facade that accents its historic surroundings, as well as its juxtaposition of scales that demonstrate how a tall building can respond creatively to the need for urban growth while respecting its setting.
Four Seasons Private Residences One Dalton
Back Bay, Boston
The 75-story Landmark Pinnacle towers over the Docklands in East London—a dashing statement in steel and glass. As one of the tallest residential buildings in London, it stands just fractionally shy of its famous neighbor, One Canada Square, and is equally as bold and unabashed. Its 822 Squire and Partners-envisaged studio to three-bedroom residences are luxurious and lush. Its panoramic sky gardens, inspired by Kew Botanic Gardens, provide leafy vantage points and spectacular vistas, and its private bars, dining rooms, and lounges are also gifted with phenomenal urban views.