Extell isn’t exactly known for skimping on the details when it comes to its pricey condo developments, so it’s no surprise that the firm’s enormous high-rise rental on Tenth Avenue has plenty of ultra-fancy perks.
Located at 606 West 57th Street (also going by the address of 610 West 57th Street), the project spans 1.2 million square feet with the residential part of the development covering just under one million square feet.
Prices continue to drop at One57, with yet another hyper-luxury condo selling at a steep discount. An LLC called "Escape From New York" tried flipping a condo for $39 million, but may have ended up selling it at a huge loss.
The lottery for 169 affordable rentals at Manhattan West will open on September 6 bringing with it studios priced from $913/month. Rentals up for grabs include 53 studios, 89 one-bedrooms, 25 two-bedrooms, and two three-bedrooms.
Last summer it was announced that a beloved Midtown West diner would shutter and make way for an apartment building, to be developed by the Moinian Group. That project is now moving forward with the over 50-year old diner having officially shuttered.
A lot has happened since we last checked in on Manhattan West, the mini-megaproject rising just a few blocks from Hudson Yards. Construction has progressed rather far since then, and two of the buildings are now encased in shiny glass sheathing.
Apartments at Sky, the largest rental building in New York City, have been available for a little more than a year now, but a new tier of high-end pads within the development is about to hit the market.
The work was inspired by the Hudson River, and artist Stephen Glassman decided to name it after a loose translation of the Native American name for the river, "Muh-he-kunne-tuk," which means the river that flows both ways.
It may be time to induct a new apartment into the Pricechopper Hall of Fame. Back in 2014, a four-bedroom duplex in the Time Warner Center hit the market with a $42.5 million asking price. Now, it's asking just $20 million.
Bjarke Ingels’s so-called "courtscraper" on Manhattan’s far west sideis getting a big addition: The Durst Organization announced that Landmark Theatres will bring an eight-screen theater to the development.
When one thinks of the tallest buildings in New York City, Bjarke Ingels’ tetrahedron, Via 57 West is certainly not the first thing that comes to mind. The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat has named it the best tall building in the Americas.
The church-replacing hotel set to rise 344 West 36th Street now has its first rendering, and as promised, the developer has maintained the façade of the historic church, and what's more he's also going to rebuild the church's parish house.
the agency submitted plans for the building last fall, which would see the creation of 24 apartments spread out 42,649 square feet of space, and a 5,400 square foot retail component on the ground floor.
Planning for the project got underway in 2006 after Brookfield acquired a large parcel of land at Ninth Avenue and 33rd Street in Midtown West. Construction didn't get underway until October 2012 however.
While details on Robert A.M. Stern's limestone tower are few and far between, the construction photos don't lie: the building is up to its 25th floor, and the Central Park-facing Villas are starting to come to fruition.
When you picture the most Trump-esque apartment that could be in a Trump building, what do you picture? Marble columns in the foyer? A bathroom with a gilded sink? How about black lacquer everywhere? Good news: This one delivers on all counts.
There’s good news to report about that badly-needed new rail tunnel under the Hudson River: $70 million has been allotted for early engineering work on the Gateway Project. The tubes that are currently in place have been there since 1910.
Residents of the swanky west side tower say the developer has cut off their direct access to the building's pool and gym, meaning they have to exit the building to access the amenities shared with Moinian's neighboring development, Sky.
A couple who collect share their lovely Garment District loft full of Sottsass, Pucci, and common materials reclaimed from the street. The objects come together to create an interior that is both impressive and reverent to the neighborhood's past.