Sales at the MoMA Tower, which has been in the works since 2006, are set to launch any day now. Jean Nouvel, the French starchitect responsible for the 1,050-foot supertall sporting an angular exoskeleton, gave a video interview earlier this month that revealed some new renderings and a peek at a model apartment. But now the teaser site itself is updated with fresh views of the building, and BuzzBuzzHome has uncovered pricing for 16 units even though there are no active sales listings to be found.
So far, the cheapest unit is a 1,428-square-foot one-bedroom, 1.5-bath asking $3.18 million. It's on the 20th floor. The least expensive two-bedroom, on the 31st floor, wants $10.95 million for its 3,558 square feet. On the 28th floor, a $7.685 million three-bedroom has 3.5 bathrooms and 2,691 square feet. The most expensive unit we know of right now takes up the 63rd floor, filling 6,786 square feet with four bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms. The price tag? $50.9 million. This newly announced tower on Central Park South will apparently block many of the lower units' viewsbut this is a day nine years in the making, so let's focus on the good stuff.
Head over to BuzzBuzzHome for more pricing and square footage details for the first 16 apartments.
· 53W53 Renderings and Listings [BuzzBuzzHome]
· Peek at Jean Nouvel's MoMA Tower After a Decade in Progress [Curbed]
· Finally, A Glimpse Inside Jean Nouvel's Supertall MoMA Tower [Curbed]
· All 53 West 53rd Street coverage [Curbed]