Sales at the Helmut Jahn-designed tower at 50 West Street are going great (just check out its StreetEasy page), but there are still a few apartments left on the market in the 191-unit building. To entice buyers, the folks selling 50 West just released unseen renderings of the Thomas Juul Hansen-designed amenity spaces.
The 64-story tower topped out in September, and occupancy is slated for the fall of this year. The tower stands 740 feet high and is crowned by an observation deck with binocular tower viewers and barbecues for residents. Here's a first look at those others amenities:
All amenity renderings by Thomas Juul Hansen. Here, the craft room.
The resident dining toom.
The resident's library.
Apartments in the building hit the market in July 2014 asking between $1.615 million and $18.63 million. These days, both of the building's penthouses are on the market asking $20.3 million and $24.5 million.
- 50 West [official]
- 50 West Street Reveals Pricing, Condos Start at $1.615M [Curbed]
- All coverage of 50 West Street [Curbed]