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.
Developed By Soloviev Group
BrokerCorcoran Sunshine Marketing Group
In a neighborhood of supertalls, 7W57 is an anomaly—in proportions and presentation. Rising just 20 stories, the building’s modest stature, slender silhouette, and minimalist facade offer a clear counterpoint to its surroundings. “It has a sense of discretion, a timeless piece of design that has the confidence to talk softly but with real conviction,” explains Calvin Tsao.
There are just 15 floor-through residences, each with two bedrooms and an array of generously proportioned living spaces. Floor-to-ceiling windows throughout afford views to the east and west and overlook one of Manhattan’s most famed avenues, while bespoke details and the highest-quality materials elevate the living experience—without getting in the way of personal expression. Tsao intended this to be a sanctuary for residents, “a home that will cocoon them, soothe them, and get them ready to go again in the morning.”
Location, location, location. It doesn’t get much more quintessential New York than Fifth Avenue. Central Park’s sprawling acres, designer shops, department stores, Michelin-starred restaurants, and noteworthy museums are all a short stroll away. Of course, 7W57 also offers a full suite of services, including a 24-hour doorman and virtual lifestyle concierge, and a full menu of partnerships and privileges in the surrounding neighborhood.
- 24hr Doorman
- Fitness Center
- Private Dining
- Private Event Space
96+Broadway is named for its location—but the location isn’t the only draw for this new-build tower designed by celebrated Danish architect Thomas Juul-Hansen. Yes, the Upper West Side is the cultural heart of New York, home to Lincoln Center, the Metropolitan Opera, and the American Museum of Natural History (to name a few), and also one of the city’s greenest neighborhoods. With Central Park to the east and Riverside Park to the west and tree-lined streets in between, residents will have no shortage of access to nature. But the charms of the building itself give the surrounding environs fierce competition. From its timeless design to its wow-worthy amenities (including a saltwater lap pool, squash court, and music studio) and spectacular vistas, 96+Broadway is redefining what it means to live in this historic neighborhood.