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David Adjaye’s first NYC skyscraper shows off its sales gallery

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Get a look at what the Financial District tower will offer its residents

Photos courtesy Evan Joseph

Sales for David Adjaye’s highly anticipated condo, 130 William, recently launched and now, the 66-story building is showing off its sales gallery.

The Financial District development is Adjaye’s first New York City skyscraper and consists of 244 condos that range in size from studios through four-bedrooms, and are priced between $780,990 to $20 million.

The sales gallery gives a look at what the residences will offer: The custom-designed finishes crafted by Adjaye himself; renderings of the building’s 20,000 square feet of amenity spaces, and the new public plaza that Adjaye’s design incorporates are all on display.

So far, 130 William seems to be faring pretty well when it comes to sales. Earlier this month, the development team behind the project, Lightstone, informed Curbed that the building had signed more than 40 contracts in under 40 days, and at the time, had received 3,000 sales inquiries all before the official sales launch.

Each of the residences will offer ceilings that are at least 11 feet high, wide plank oak flooring, open kitchens with custom cabinetry, and oversized arched windows that give view to the neighborhood. Building amenities are slated to include a private IMAX theater, a health club and spa; a pool, hot and cold plunge pools, and a rooftop observatory deck.

Construction is expected to wrap up in 2020.