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111 West 57th Street Reveals New Interior Renderings on Website

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Condos in the 1,400-foot tower will start at $16 million

There've been rumblings about the sales gallery and model unit for 111 West 57th Street, JDS and Property Markets Group's supertall tower designed by SHoP, since the winter, with a few peeks inside. Now, there's a full website for the building, and while no pricing has been revealed (a tipster sent over an "Availability" section, which PR for the building has confirmed is inaccurate), there are some new looks inside, including one of a duplex in the building.

The tipster also pointed out a floorplan on the site, which shows the entryway to the building, which is interesting in and of itself: It shows how the old Steinway Piano storefront will be integrated into the building, along with features like a porte cochere (which will face 58th Street), an elevator for the tower residences, and a gallery off the main lobby.

There's also now a "Views" section on the site showing, well, the views from the supertall tower, which will be more than 1,400 feet high when completed.

Here's that entryway floorplan:

We've reached out to reps for the building for confirmation, and will update with any information.

UPDATE: An earlier version of this post included pricing information for the building, which a spokesperson has since confirmed was from a placeholder, and is not accurate. We've removed that information, and Curbed regrets the error.

111 W 57th St

111 West 57th Street, Manhattan, NY 10019