After sharing some details with the neighbors last week, the developers of 111 Murray Street, a 792-foot-tall condo tower rising in Tribeca, now shared even more intel with the Times. The most important tidbit from the story? Prices will start at $2 million for a one-bedroom and $17.5 million for a five-bedroom, but the two-full floor penthouses will likely be well above that. The building's website now has more renderings, showing off the interiors of the 157 condos and the building's amenity spaces, which sound like they will be pretty incredible.
David Rockwell is designing the 20,000-square-foot amenity space on two lower floors, and it will include a tearoom and "jewelbox patisserie with daily offerings," as well as a private dining room that looks out over a private garden with a 15-foot waterfall and reflecting pool. There will also be a Turkish bath with heated sculpted marble beds, and a fitness center with a 75-foot lap pool.
[The Turkish bath entrance.]
One of the tower's developers told the Times they "didn't go for height for height's sake," but they did want "sweeping views," which many of the apartments will have, given its location near West Street. The 71 highest apartments will also have "elevators that open directly to a private vestibule exclusive" to each unit. Kitchens will have marble counters and white oak cabinetry designed by David Mann and made by Molteni, and bathrooms will be outfitted with Dornbracht fixtures and "rich stone surfaces."
Kohn Pedersen Fox designed the tower, and Hollander Design Landscape Architects designed a 10,600-square-foot public plaza at its base. Sales
are expected to launch later this year launched yesterday, but there are no public listings. The building should be complete by 2018.
· TriBeCa Tower Inspired by a Glass Vase [NYT]
· Amenities and Renderings for 111 Murray [Tribeca Citizen]
· New Views of the 800-Foot Condo Tower Headed for Tribeca [Curbed]
· All coverage of 111 Murray Street [Curbed]
· 111 Murray Street [official]