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SHoP's Slender 57th Street Tower Finally Reveals Its Interiors

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Rendering courtesy of Property Markets Group via NY YIMBY.

It's about time we got a look inside 111 West 57th Street. The "slenderest tower in the world," designed by SHoP architects and developed by JDS Development Group and Property Markets Group, already unveiled a teaser site as well as pricing. Brace for these numbers: the 80-story supertall will rise 1,428 feet and house 60 apartments, whose asks will start at $14 million and climb as high as $100 million. Now NY YIMBY has the first interior renderings of those expensive condos, which showcase column-free views made possible by thick walls. (Interiors are by Studio Sofield.) The facade will be terra cotta and bronze. Given all the "massive erections" and "vertical money" rising on and planned for 57th Street, please do contemplate how these interiors compare to, say, those at One57.

One new rendering looks mighty similar to an older one, just updated:




Head on over to YIMBY to see a shot of the entrance driveway.
· New Look: 111 West 57th Street Gets a Slew of Fresh Renderings [YIMBY]
· 57th Street Tower Ignores the Existence of Taller Neighbors [Curbed]
· Of Course SHoP's 57th Street Tower Will Have $100M Condos [Curbed]
· All 111 West 57th Street coverage [Curbed]

111 W 57th St

111 West 57th Street, Manhattan, NY 10019