DOUBLE-HEIGHT DRAMA FLOATING OVER THE HUDSON RIVER.
Panoramic views span from the Hudson River, Statue of Liberty, Freedom Tower, and Downtown Manhattan Skyline, to the Atlantic Ocean, Penthouse 88B at 15 Hudson Yards offers a dazzling sense of amazement at city lights, major landmarks and ever-changing light and delight at every sunrise and sunset.
Recently completed, Penthouse 88B is a dramatic and sophisticated home. Its centerpiece is a double-height living room with ceilings 26 feet (8 meters) high with a beautiful double-sided fireplace. The residence features a Bulthaup kitchen, custom hardware, private internal elevator, and views of the Hudson River from every room. The genius result of the collaboration between Diller Scofidio + Renfro and Rockwell Group, Penthouse 88B is a dazzling museum quality home in the sky.
Spanning 5,161 square feet (478 square meters), the four-bedroom, six-and-a-half bathroom layout is clever to adapt to your needs both now and in the future. The 88th floor features a large great room, dining room, library/guest suite, a perfectly-designed kitchen, large, casual den, and a dedicated service entrance. Going up the beautiful staircase adorned with warm wood treads and handsome brass accents is a sitting area with a wet bar that can easily double as a home office, playroom or media room. The 89th floor has three additional bedroom suites including a beautifully-designed primary suite with dual baths of the highest quality and two fully-outfitted dressing rooms.
A discrete staff suite can be created as part of a service wing of the penthouse.
The lifestyle at Fifteen Hudson Yards offers every convenience and a suite of amenities spanning 40,000 square feet with everything you may need for your mind, body, entertainment, family, pets and business – all high in the sky. Floor 50 has been devoted to the full range of fitness and wellness opportunities, including an aquatics center with a 75-foot long three-lane swimming pool, a 3,500 square foot fitness center designed by The Wright Fit, private studio for yoga, stretching and customized fitness, private spa suite with 2 treatment rooms, a beauty bar for hair and makeup services and a Children’s Imagination Center. Floor 51 features a ballroom that seats 60, as well as a Chefs Kitchen suitable for 12-person dinners, wine storage and tasting rooms, lounge with breathtaking Hudson River views, club room with billiards tables, card tables and large-screen TV, a screening room, business center with printing services and 2 conference rooms, golf simulator lounge, and a co-working atelier. Meanwhile, there is also storage and pet spa while SKYTOP, the highest outdoor residential amenity offering in Manhattan, offers an additional private dining suite, lounge and beautiful outdoor roof deck with river views from the 65 glass curtain wall.
Fifteen Hudson Yards offers a large sun-filled lobby with best-in-class services and management by RELATED, including personalized concierge services for (almost) every need. Moments from the major headquarters of many notable companies and moments to the Chelsea Gallery District, High Line, Hudson River Park and the Heliport, Fifteen Hudson Yards is fully immersed into Hudson Yards, where residents will enjoy customized benefits and services from myriad retailers, restaurants, cultural events and fun programming that make it one of the most exciting, desirable, and impeccably maintained neighborhoods in the world.
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Architecture studio Diller Scofidio + Renfro is known for designing cultural centers and institutions, perhaps most notably the High Line, the elevated greenway that runs along Manhattan’s West Side. Envisioning an 88-story residential tower was a first for them; their tallest previous project was 14 stories. But the firm behind the MoMA and the Shed in New York, the Broad in LA, and the Tide in London was excited to take on this skyscraper, which uses cold-bent glass to achieve its distinctive shape, evolving from the linear streetscape into a contoured, clover-like shape at the top. “The glass facade renders a typically brittle, rigid material as organic and supple,” explains founding principal Liz Diller. “The fluid transition results in uniquely shaped amenity floors that mark the shift from rental to condo residential units.”
David Rockwell is synonymous with high-end luxury. His designs have defined world-class restaurants and five-star hotels around the world. At 15 Hudson Yards, he brings his signature elegance to the 285 residences, which fall into five distinct categories: Plaza, Loft, Panorama, Penthouses, and Duplex Penthouses. Some features, like wide-plank white-oak flooring, floor-to-ceiling windows, and Miele appliances are consistent throughout, but residents can choose between two different color schemes: the lighter, more understated “Tonal” palette and the darker, richer “Contrast” scheme.
“The view is the thing,” said David Rockwell, founder of the New York-based Rockwell Group, which is behind the 40,000 square feet of amenities at 15 Hudson Yards. That’s certainly true of the “Skytop,” the rooftop lounge and glass-encased terrace, but it’s also true of the rest of the shared spaces, spread out over the 50th and 51st floors. These include a 75-foot swimming pool, a coworking space, a screening room, and a gym curated by the Wright Fit. Another perk for residents: priority restaurant reservations and exclusive event tickets at Hudson Yards.