Midtown Manhattan residential skyscraper : One Hundred East Fifty Third Street

One Hundred East Fifty Third Street is being developed by By RFR and Vanke in 100 East 53rd Street, New York. The development will be completed 2017.The development is composed of 94 units.Prices are changing beetween $2,635,000 and $65,000,000.

One Hundred East Fifty Third Street is the consummate Midtown Manhattan residential skyscraper. Located steps from Lever House  and the Seagram Building, the condominium  honors the genius of those masterworks by
interpreting historic modernism for 21st-century living. The new tower adjoins a nine-story base,  which contains luxury loft apartments and  amenity spaces, and soars to 711 feet.

A remarkably transparent low-iron glass skin  unites both volumes; faceted east and west  facades inject a new geometry into the  Midtown skyline and create abstract bay  windows for occupants to enjoy.

Located two floors above the 24-hour-attended residential lobby, building-wide amenity spaces introduce a city-within-a-city concept to the luxury condominium market. This vertical corridor includes an intimate lobby for residents and a wellness center fully equipped with steam room, sauna, and spa facilities, as well as an east-facing swimming pool and library lounge.

A granite stair framed in glass and stainless steel link the spaces, and they are further united by furnishings selected by Foster + Partners in collaboration with New York–based architect William T. Georgis. These are paired with public amenities on the ground and second floors: world-class dining that encompasses a uniquely curated gourmet marketplace on the ground level, and a fine dining restaurant on the second by acclaimed French Chef Joël Robuchon, the most decorated in the world with a total of 24 Michelin stars. Homeowners can spend their days working, relaxing, and socializing throughout their own building, or they may enjoy these services as a complement to Midtown destinations.

Web Site : http://100e53.com/

  

, , , , , , , , , ,