Tribeca’s Kohn Pedersen Fox-designed condo building, 111 Murray, has now wrapped construction and is ready to welcome its first set of residents. The last time we checked in with this nearly 800-foot-tall skyscraper, it was nearing completion, and now about six months later, the project is complete.
Developed by Fisher Brothers, Witkoff and New Valley, the 64-story tower contains a total of 157 apartments. Of the ones that are currently available on the market, prices range from $4 million for a two-bedroom, two-bathroom unit, and go up to $40 million, for one of the building’s penthouses, according to StreetEasy. More than 70 percent of the apartments here have sold so far.
One of the most notable features of 111 Murray is the suite of amenities designed by David Rockwell. They include a residents lounge with ceiling heights that measure 15 feet; a private garden; an in-house patisserie with an adjacent dining room; a 75-foot lap pool, and an adjacent 25-foot splash pool; a hammam with heated, sculpted marble beds; and a 3,000-square-foot fitness center, among other features. In addition, Edmund Hollander has designed a 10,000 square foot outdoor, landscaped plaza.
Closings are now underway at 111 Murray, and the building is ready for immediate occupancy.