As the first supertall skyscraper on the stretch of Midtown Manhattan known as Billionaires’ Row, One57 rises over 1,000 feet, making it one of the tallest residential towers in New York. Designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Christian de Portzamparc, it is a striking addition to New York’s skyline with its undulating columns of glass and pixelated facade that changes with the light; it also affords unprecedented views of Central Park from sumptuous residences designed by Thomas Juul-Hansen. Located above New York’s flagship Park Hyatt, One57 includes five-star hotel services and amenities by Park Hyatt, in addition to exclusive, residents-only offerings, like a private lobby entrance, a lounge with a curated library and 24-foot aquarium, and a performance center and screening room overlooking Carnegie Hall.
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This 90-story glass tower, a collaboration between Christian de Portzamparc and SLCE Architects, sets a high standard for the city’s growing number of “supertalls.” With its waterfall-like curtain wall, curved apex that is echoed in the smaller setback curves, and patterned eastern and western facades that shift depending on the time of day, it conveys a sense of movement and dynamism. Its height—1,004 feet—and glass-curtain walls provide plenty of drama from the inside as well: One57 has panoramic views of Central Park and the entirety of New York City.
Midtown is both the heart of the business district and a center for the arts. Most widely known for Times Square and as the home of global corporate headquarters, Midtown presents intoxicating variety. To the north are Central Park, Michelin-star restaurants, Fifth Avenue’s world-class shopping, and cultural institutions like the Museum of Modern Art. The south is anchored by beautiful green spaces like Bryant Park and Madison Square Park. The east is a dynamic blend that includes Rockefeller Center and the United Nations Headquarters. Venture further west in Midtown, and entertainment is abundant at Madison Square Garden and in the Theater District, while Hell’s Kitchen offers access to quaint eateries and the Hudson River Greenway.
Thomas Juul-Hansen designed the residences at One57 with generous layouts, natural light from floor-to-ceiling windows, and high-quality materials that convey a sense of understated opulence. One Collection residences, ranging in size from one bedroom to four bedrooms, are turnkey: they come fully furnished with everything from custom living rooms to DUX and SFERRA linens. In a select few units, the master bathrooms have a one-ton bathtub carved from a single marble slab. Kitchens include custom cabinetry and Miele appliances.
In addition to exclusive amenities (like the aforementioned residents’ lounge and private lobby), the amenities and services of the Park Hyatt, located on the first 30 floors of the supertall skyscraper, are a major perk for residents, who can enjoy a swim in the three-story, glass-encased pool, book a spa treatment at Spa Nalai, or have room service delivered 24/7. At One57, the sky is, indeed, the limit.
- 24hr Doorman
- Conference Room
- Fitness Center
- Hotel Services
- On-Site Parking
- Private Dining
- Screening Room
- Swimming Pool
Thomas Juul-Hansen designed these residences with generous layouts, natural light from floor-to-ceiling windows, and high-quality materials that convey a sense of understated opulence. One Collection residences, ranging in size from one bedroom to four bedrooms, are turnkey: they come fully furnished with everything from custom living rooms to DUX and SFERRA linens. In a select few units, the master bathrooms have a one-ton bathtub carved from a single marble slab. Kitchens include custom cabinetry and Miele appliances.
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