These buildings defined the decade in New York City.
The Portuguese architect has created a simple, modern building from Turkish limestone
The expansion will break ground in 2020, with a projected opening of 2022
The Pritzker Prize-winning architect, who has died at the age of 102, left an indelible mark throughout New York City.
The Hell’s Kitchen building will be the Pritzker winner’s first NYC project
Two model units—one outfitted by a British "super yacht" designer—offer the first look inside the firm’s first NYC condo
New looks at the office building whose design is inspired by the sun
JP Morgan Chase has selected the British firm, helmed by starchitect Norman Foster, for its new HQ at 270 Park Avenue
The duplex apartment has four bedrooms and its own private rooftop pool.
Starchitecture is alive and well in New York City—it seems like every week brings more buildings designed by big-name architects, or developments that will have a transformative effect on the city's skyline. Here are some of the biggest projects.
The proposed 22,000-square-foot home was once listed for $35 million
The British starchitect’s first New York skyscraper looks to the past for inspiration
Construction on the Spiral is slated to begin this summer.
The building will eventually stand 775 feet tall and bring 244 apartments to the neighborhood.
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Rumors have surfaced that the starchitects will design buildings for the megaproject’s second phase.
Parks in the sky, revamped storefronts, and more
All three towers, designed by various starchitects, have their own fancy perks
The skyscraper, rising next to the Museum of Modern Art, has now reached its 58th floor.
The pricey 23-story condo building is closing in on its full height and should be topping out in mid-September.
Closings on the ultra-luxe, High Line-hugging condo began last month, and now, it’s reached the inevitable next step: apartments hitting the rental market.
The 21,000-square-foot facility is taking shape at the border of Crown Heights and Brownsville.
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.
Thanks to a revamp by Annabelle Selldorf, this circa-1900 townhouse is now a comfortable, modern dream home.
Sales in the Meier, KPF, and Viñoly-designed buildings quietly launched this week.
565 Broome SoHo, as the project is officially known, came about in early 2014, when the development team purchased this eight-parcel site for $130 million.
Just two years after picking up a 5,000-square-foot apartment in Central Park West’s iconic San Remo, the starchitect is selling the place.
Raw concrete everywhere!
Each one of the three starchitect-designed buildings is already several stories above ground.
Nearly two dozen apartments at the development are already in contract, according to StreetEasy, and the new model homes are likely to spur more sales at the condo before the opening.
Lots of warming earth tones, lots of glassy windows
The dilapidated, graffiti-covered building will get a second life
Work on Solar Carve is moving full speed ahead after no less than five years in the making. A brokerage firm has been tapped for the unusual building’s spec office space, with new renderings following.
The next year is poised to be a big one, with plenty of new developments moving forward, skyscrapers rising, and more changes to NYC’s landscape.
From outrageously expensive apartments to Hudson Yards, here are the 10 stories that attracted the most Curbed commenter input—and a peek at what they had to say.
The owner has been trying to offload the penthouse at 165 Charles Street for two years—perhaps the latest price chop will entice a buyer.
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.