The seven-story building has three stories setup for office space, and four floors for the residence.
The sprawling apartment is on 277 Fifth Avenue’s 54th floor
The building will eventually rise to 912 feet and bring 273 condos to the Financial District.
The city’s Department of Buildings has ruled against residents who challenged this style of construction.
How much is living near the top of New York City’s tallest residential tower worth?
The 88-story building will bring 273 apartments to the Financial District.
The first of these four Loggia Residences is now on the market for $9.2 million.
The 55-story condo building is scheduled to open later this year.
Could one enormous combo penthouse be in the cards?
It’s the first skyscraper to top out at the Upper West Side complex.
The 88-story condo building will eventually soar to 912 feet.
After years in the pipeline, sales have finally launched for Rafael Viñoly’s 912-foot downtown tower. Move-ins are expected to start in September 2019.
Five condos at Nomad skyscraper 277 Fifth Avenue come to market.
With a sales launch forthcoming, new renderings showcasing the building’s interiors have finally surfaced.
The 700-foot-tall condo is set to bring 130 apartments to the neighborhood, and the units here will come in a mix of one, two, and three bedrooms
Sales officially got underway in June this year with prices starting from $2 million, and construction is expected to wrap by the end of next year.
The super secretive skyscraper that is 125 Greenwich Street is finally moving forward, armed with a new rendering and plans to launch sales this fall.
After years in the making, the 700-foot-tall tower is finally gaining height and already passed a few of its neighboring buildings.
The superstructure is now about two-thirds of the way finished.
The Waterline Club, as this amenity space will be known, will be a three-story space that will be divided among all three buildings that make up Waterline Square.
Each one of the three starchitect-designed buildings is already several stories above ground.
Lots of warming earth tones, lots of glassy windows
An anonymous LLC scooped up an 85th-floor unit in the Rafael Viñoly-designed supertall. It’s now among the building’s most expensive units.
The Hudson River Park Trust (HRPT), which oversees the management of the pier, presented the plans to public this week at a community board meeting.
This most recent closing narrowly beat out the $59 million sale of another full-floor apartment at the Macklowe and CIM Group-developed building. At the time that it closed, it was the priciest recorded sale in the building.
Richard Meier, Rafael Viñoly, and Kohn Pedersen Fox will each contribute a building to Waterline Square, the reimagined project that will pick up where Riverside Center left off along the Hudson River between West 59th and 61st streets.
The western hemisphere’s tallest residential building will roll out its lighting feature on Monday. Pray for the birds.
Construction is wrapping up on the entrance plaza to the super-tall tower, which features a birch grove, and the Park Avenue Cube, to hold 6,600 square feet of retail space.
Another pricey apartment within the Rafael Viñoly-designed supertall has just hit the market and is vying for second place for priciest sale.
A pair of units at ultra-luxe 432 Park Avenue have sold for a combined $62 million to a mystery buyer, using the LLC Blessings Investments.
The 8,255-square-foot penthouse has just closed for a whopping $87.7 million, a few million shy of its $95 million asking price, but enough to make it the new highest recorded sale in the luxury tower.
Despite the fact that 432 Park Avenue, the supertall tower with super-wealthy clientele, started welcoming tenants earlier this year, there have been few looks inside the building thus far. But now, we've got looks at its high-end amenities.
The owner, a Los Angeles-based corporation going by 432 Crotona Park Avenue LLC, combined two half apartments as part of the deal. That amounts to 8,000 square feet of space.
Condos in the now-iconic (and controversial) 432 Park Avenue have finally started closing, and as residents get closer to moving in, the building's developers have deemed it a good time to show off its forthcoming retail and office spaces.
The development site at the corner of Fifth Avenue and West 30th Street has had a turbulent few years, but with the unveiling of a first official rendering, it seems that a Rafael Viñoly-designed condo is ready to rise at the site.
Starbucks has announced that it plans to open a 20,000 square foot roastery and tasting room at 61 Ninth Avenue. Formerly home to Prince Lumber, 432 Park Ave. architect Rafael Viñoly is designing a nine-story office building for the site.