Our Favorite Luxe High Rise Homes in Manhattan!
Here are our pick for the most sophisticated high rise homes now avaiable in Manhattan. With impressive kitchen and bath spaces, they are ready to welcome you.
If there’s one thing New York City is famous for, it’s the dramatic, dynamic skyline filled with towering spheres of every shape and size. The city’s newest crop of high rises doesn’t disappoint, including a few standouts in Tribeca and NoMad we’ve profiled here. Bold name designers and architects from around the world are transforming the look of the city with their progressive buildings.
Ever changing, ever new, always in a state of renewal, that’s the New York we know. Dorothy Parker said it best when she noted: “New York is always hopeful. Always it believes that something good is about to come off, and it must hurry to meet it.” We’re happy to share that same feeling about Manhattan with you.
111 Murray Street, Tribeca
“We’re creating an iconic new addition to the world’s most beautiful skyline.”- Arnold Fisher, Fisher Brothers Architecture
Situated the heart of Tribeca, 111 Murray Street is a 58-story tower rising 800 feet above street level. What sets it apart from other glittering glass-clad structures is a sinewy curved design inspired by modern fashion and glass vases from Murano and Venice. Visually arresting in all directions, it is crowned by a distinctive circular top. Scheduled to open this year, 111 Murray Street features 157 residences with multiple exposures to maximize the light and river views. Over 20,000 square feet of amenities include a fireside lounge with reflecting pool and waterfall, a lap pool, spa and private dining room.
60 Hudson Street New York, NY 10013
45 Park Place, Tribeca
“We are extremely honored to be working with such a diverse and influential group of visionaries to bring this remarkable contribution to the evolving skyscape of the new downtown to life.” –Sharif El-Gamal, Developer, Soho Properties
A modern residential destination, 45 Park Place is comprised of 50 luxurious condominiums offering three different living experiences: loft-like homes on the lower floors, full-floor tower residences, and two duplex penthouses. The high design caliber of the interiors was conceived by Piero Lissoni and Michel Abboud; the curving staircases in the penthouses are Lissoni originals. The building’s plaza, garden and adjacent future museum will be designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Jean Nouvel. Tower Residences overlook landmarks like the Statue of Liberty, New York Harbor, and One World Trade Center. A pool, spa, yoga studio, private lounge and children’s play space are among the amenities.
212 Fifth Avenue, NoMad
212 Fifth Avenue is a 1912 neo-medieval skyscraper newly converted to 48 exceptional residences.
A true New York original, 212 Fifth Avenue is one of the world’s first skyscrapers, built in 1912 in an ornate neo-medieval style. Today, this still-opulent building features interiors from Pembrooke & Ives, and architecture from Helpern. As a result, these refreshed residences artfully combine pre-war and contemporary design. The more intimate scale of this 24-story dwelling offers 48 upscale condominiums including The Crown penthouse. Each home has high ceilings and windows overlooking the majestic New York skyline and Madison Square Park. Residents have use of an on-site fitness center, yoga studio playroom, game room, screening room, lounge and valet parking.