New properties in the world’s largest cities like New York, London and Seattle are preparing to be built.


1) The Tulip (London)

Foster + Partners revitalized two projects: Tulip, the most modern modern of London, and 100 E. 53. Street condominium of New York. The Tulip, a candidate for being a monolithic architectural luminaire on the modernized skyline of London, is located near the neighboring 30 St. Petersburg.

The tulip gallery will be 100 feet high, with sky bridges, inner glass slides and gondola pods on the facade of the building. Part of the tower is dedicated to a free educational facility for London public school children.

2) 100 E. 53rd Street (New York)

The building, which was developed by the real estate developer and the fiery contemporary art collector Aby Rosen, takes the final touches, including a completed lobby, facilities and the recently announced two model apartments. Moving actions have already begun.

The 63-story high tower has a fluctuating façade inspired by the neighboring German-American architect Mies van der Rohe’s iconic Seagrams Building built in 1958. Contemporary art will be a guaranteed feature. The building is like most Rosen projects.

The 36th floor houses, which are blessed with new Manhattan sights, are furnished by Foster + Partners, a private workshop designed by Foster + Partners and by designer William T. Georgis, who has a kitchen with a knife-edged Carrara marble and travertine in Silver Striato. Unit 36A has a huge bedroom of unit 36B, 1.375, while it is a 1.638 square meter house with two full master suites and a master bathroom.

3) The Emerald (Seattle)

Emerald is the most anticipated condominium property in Seattle – a 40-storey jewel with 265 luxury dwellings (and lofts) at the seaside, within walking distance along the docks.

Developed by Create World and Daniels Real Estate, the building is equipped with up-and-over lounge, 39-storey penthouse, console decks, yoga studio, pet spa and more, and luxurious amenities. Sales will start in early 2019.

Emerald is adjacent to Pike Place Market, between downtown and Belltown. Hewitt Architecture and Design realized a creative space solution for a small corner corner of 7,350 square meters – as the residential building rises up to the air, the floor plan expands to an angle of up to 9.100 square meters in an angled, cantilevered console on the adjacent Broadacres Building in the south. These enlarged floors take the form of a street grille ranging from downtown Seattle to Belltown.

The facade of the tower blends transparent, semi-reflective and opaque glass in a clean and tidy architecture. The two-storey glass surrounds an open-air terrace restaurant, which offers first and second floors under an architectural cross bar bumper providing access to third-floor facilities and impressive views of Seattle’s famous Pike Place Market. Susan Marinello Interiors offers condo. Andersen Construction is leading construction works.

The rooftop main sights and terraces offer uninterrupted western views of Puget Sound and the Olympic Mountains. Emerald residents can immerse themselves in the energy of Seattle’s famous market, the lively coastline and the downtown commercial district, just a step away from their home – an elegant welcome to The Emerald City and its namesake condominium.

4) Times Square Theater (New York City)

The transformation of the theater, designed by Beyer Blinder Belle, the architectural firm and the historic conservationist, comes a century after architect Eugene DeRosa built the original estate. The site will be prepared for the new tenant until 2020.

The restoration of Times Square Theater, the New York Times building, New Victory Theater, Madame Tussauds, etc. Modern design elements will be integrated into restored original components and will create a lasting 21st century aesthetics on the new 42nd Avenue, worthy of the rich history and future potential of the theater.

The proscenium belt and the ceiling dome of the theater will be restored by experts outside the facility before being repositioned for higher visitor visibility. The theater will be equipped with state-of-the-art technology and technology, as well as an area designed for immersive use.

Featuring a 105-foot façade on the historic 42nd Street, the newly renovated Time Square Theater will feature a 23-foot-tall glass landscape and three LED boards with two outdoor levels and an internal field of view at the street level.

The project will raise the original limestone façade by five meters across the building’s 42nd Street – New York City, between the Seventh and Eighth Streets, and clearly visible from the busiest Times Square subway station. SDI leases the building from New York City and the rights are transferred to the future property owner.

Source: Forbes

Melike Vodina / realestatecoulisse.com