The historic building on 57th Street is at the base of SHoP’s new supertall tower
A new model apartment offers a first glimpse inside the supertall condo tower.
SHoP’s skinny supertall is offering apartments from $18 million to $56 million
The Billionaires’ Row tower takes inspiration from the past for its design
Sales are set to get underway September 13 with apartments asking from $18 million.
The tri-level space is home to a pool, and lounge, and other plush amenities
See more views of the building’s eye-catching bronze and terracotta facade!
The skinny supertall will bring 60 condos to Midtown.
A big step for the city’s skinniest supertall tower amid its rumored financial woes.
In a First Avenue building where studios start at $3,300, eye-catching architecture and on-trend finishes try to recast a sleepy neighborhood.
Its unique facade—composed of zinc metal panels, hardwood, and white concrete planks—sets it apart from the mostly brick and clapboard homes on Dikeman Street
This marks the official leasing launch on the development, which comes with 761 apartments spread out between a 41-story and a 48-story tower overlooking the East River.
Rents on these units range from $2,975/month for a studio on the 11th floor and go up to $6,650/month for a two-bedroom unit, two-bathroom unit.
SHoP’s slender skyscraper is on the rise on West 57th Street, and it’s hit a milestone: it cleared the landmarked Steinway building, which will be incorporated into the supertall.
The architects and the developers knew they had to do something radically different to fortify the buildings. Here now is a list of those measures.
The skybridge of 325 Kent Avenue is here and more quirky than ever.
SHoP Architects and JDS Development Group’s bendy Kips Bay rental towers have unveiled their model apartments—the first look inside the unique First Avenue towers.
After years—even decades—of planning, Essex Crossing is finally opening itself up to residents. The first condos within the megaproject, located at the SHoP-designed 242 Broome Street, are now on the market.
The design essentially envisions two buildings connected on the upper floors. The roof will feature a green space that will likely be used for concerts, and there are also plans for adding a restaurant, bar in that area along with indoor and outdoor seating.
Plans currently call for 600 apartments, of which 150 will be permanently affordable. A community center at 247 Cherry Street will be demolished to make way for the tower and a portion of it will cantilever above the existing senior housing building.
Work on revamping the Fulton Market Building in the South Street Seaport area is moving forward, and with it developer Howard Hughes has released new renderings for the commercial project.
Construction on the super slender tower is now about three stories above ground, and will rise to 1,431 feet when complete. The 82-story building will feature a total of 60 apartments.
A new teaser site has launched 242 Broome Street, a SHoP-designed condo that will rise 14 stories in Essex Crossinf. With that comes some new details on the building, including the fact that sales will launch later this year.
New York City's first skybridge built in 80 years can be found on Manattan's East Side in SHoP's under-construction American Copper Buildings. The three-story skybridge will be one of the longest such bridges in the world when complete.
Money had been due to come from a fund set up by corrupt ex-Senator Dean Skelos, but has been shifted to a fund that was set up by Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
Say hello to the American Copper Buildings, which is the new name for the twisty copper towers rising on the East Side of Manhattan. We also have a bunch of new interior renderings for the SHoP and JDS collaboration.
The project calls for the demolition of a one-story annex and part of a five-story annex to the bank. The plan was unanimously approved by the Landmarks Commission who praised its design sensibility for making the supertall more contextual.