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Tribeca skyscraper 111 Murray is about halfway there

Check out the touted tower now that its topped out at 800 feet

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Kohn Pedersen Fox’s 111 Murray Street began its ascent in earnest back in August 2016, and construction’s been moving right along since then. The 800-foot tower has now topped out, according to construction site chronicler Field Condition, and its glassy facade has been installed about halfway up.

Sales launched at the 157-condo building in September 2015, and over 70 percent of the building’s condos have gone into contract since then. Apartments still listed on StreetEasy range from an 829-square-foot one-bedroom, one-bathroom asking $2.5 million to a 4,014-square-foot five-bedroom, six-and-a-half bathroom asking just shy of $19 million. Closings are slated to begin in the beginning of 2018.

For those sky-high prices, building residents are getting access to some downright luxurious amenities, like—ahem—concierge jet service, a private Drybar blow-out bar, a patisserie with a private dining room, and a hammam.

The building, between West and Greenwich streets in Tribeca, is being developed by the Fisher Brothers, Witkoff, and New Valley.

For more photos of construction progress, head on over to Field Condition.

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111 Murray Street

111 Murray Street, Manhattan, NY 10007