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Rafael Viñoly’s latest New York skyscraper reveals condos from $1.9M

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Several condos at Nomad skyscraper 277 Fifth Avenue come to market

Exterior park view of Rafael Vinoly’s nomad condo project
The view from Madison Square Park.

After months of build-up, the first batch of condos at Rafael Viñoly’s latest luxury tower have officially hit the market.

Billed per the building’s website as a “new icon on the Manhattan skyline,” the 55-story tower at 277 Fifth Avenue houses 130 condos, with slick interiors by Jeffrey Beer International and a slew of rather tasteful amenities including a gym with a terrace overlooking Fifth Avenue, a kids’ club, a game lounge, an entertainment room with a bar, and a private dining room.

A handful of apartments—two of the penthouses, plus a smattering of others—will come with double-height loggias, or sheltered open-air “living and entertaining areas.”

The most notable feature of the place, though, is the surfeit of corner apartments. In fact, every condo is a corner unit featuring floor-to-ceiling double exposures in either the living room or the master bedroom. And with a maximum of four apartments per floor, the building evokes “the feeling of an intimate boutique hotel,” the website reads. Truly, the American dream.

There are seven available condos in this first batch to hit the market: two one-bedrooms and three two-bedrooms, hovering between 828 and 1,397 square feet. True to previous reports, prices for the set kick off at $1.905 million for the smallest of the one-beds with north eastern views, and climb to $5.58 million for a three-bedroom, three-bathroom with three exposures.

The building is expected to be ready for move-in by the fall of 2018.

277 5th Ave

277 5th Avenue, Manhattan, NY 10016