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First listings, floorplans for 111 West 57th Street finally appear

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SHoP’s skinny supertall is offering apartments from $18 million to $56 million

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The day that real estate gawkers have been waiting for is here: The first listings for 111 West 57th Street, the skinny supertall designed by SHoP Architects, have finally been made public.

The development team, JDS Development, Property Markets Group, and Spruce Capital Partners, has been quietly marketing the building’s pricey apartments for some time now, but it was only recently that sales officially launched. (This was reportedly a self-imposed strategy, according to PMG’s Kevin Maloney, who previously said that they wouldn’t bring the project to market until the tower was a reality.)

But now that the supertall is close to topping out—it should be there by the beginning of next year—the developers are pulling back the curtain. Seven of the building’s 46 apartments are now on the market; most of those are three-bedroom units, with the cheapest going for $18 million.

A living area with multiple chairs and tall floor to ceiling windows that overlook Central Park.
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The most expensive apartment that’s currently available is a $56 million penthouse, which measures more than 7,500 square feet and has four bedrooms over two floors. (The floorplan for that apartment is as bonkers as you’d expect—the master “wing” has two full bathrooms, a sitting room, a walk-in closet, and dressing hall.)

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Studio Scofield is behind the interiors for the apartments, which are tasteful and muted, and take inspiration from the building itself; door handles are fabricated in the shape of the tower, while kitchen cabinets are curved, echoing the terra cotta panels on the facade. Amenities for the rarefied few who’ll call these units home include a private porte cochere, a 82-foot pool, a fitness center, dining room, and “highly experienced concierge professionals attending to residents’ every need” (of course).

Douglas Elliman is handling sales, and once those listings are live, we’ll link here. But in the meantime, floorplans: