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Rafael Viñoly’s Nomad condo gets its first interior renderings

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With a sales launch forthcoming, new renderings showcasing the building’s interiors have finally surfaced


The condos of Rafael Viñoly’s newest New York City luxury tower are poised to hit the market any day now, and a slew of new details and interior renderings for 277 Fifth Avenue have appeared online in step (h/t BuzzBuzzHome). New renderings on the updated website give a first look at the interiors of the 55-story tower, designed by Jeffrey Beer International.

The website also features a boatload of new information on the apartments and their layouts. According to the site, each condo in the building will be a corner apartment, with no more than four apartments per floor. The 130 condos will range from one- to four-bedrooms, sized from 828 to 4,520 square feet with pricing starting at around $2 million. Ceiling heights will range from 10 feet to upwards of 13 feet in the building’s three four-bedroom penthouses. (Check out the site for tons more new renderings.)

One unique design aspect of the building will be its double-height loggias, located off of two of the penthouses as well as a few apartments cascading down the building. The loggias will punctuate the building’s facade of indigo reinforced cast concrete panels.

The updated website also comes with new details on the buildings two floors of amenities, also designed by Jeffrey Beers International. They’ll include an entertainment room with a bar, private dining room, and catering pantry; a gym that opens onto a terrace overlooking Fifth Avenue; a game lounge; and a kids’ club room. The residential entrance to the building will front along East 30th Street, with residences starting on the building’s 11th floor.

Victor Group and Lendlease shelled out $99 million for the three lots where the tower is rising in the summer of 2014. At the time it was one of the priciest such transactions in the city.

The building began going vertical in March, and is expected to be ready for move-ins by the fall of 2018.