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October, 2016

Waking Up To Witkoff

Witkoff’s 111 Murray Street pushes luxury living to new heights. Literally. At 800 feet tall, the Kohn Pedersen Fox-designed curved glass tower will redefine the downtown Manhattan skyline. 9fi5th-digital-10-20-16

October, 2016

111 Murray 夢幻組合改寫曼哈頓

800 英呎高、擁有58 超高樓層,位於111 Murray Street 的住宅大樓提供紐約曼哈頓嶄新生活型態。即將改寫曼哈頓天際線,結合四大翹楚設計師,共同為該地區住宅需求提供另個選擇。建築由KPF(Kohn Pedersen Fox)建造、David Rockwell 擔綱公共區域設計、David Mann操刀空間設計,Edmund Hollander 負責庭園規劃,將建築最重要的四大元素完美演繹。位於受大眾歡迎的翠貝卡區,大樓位置就在高盛紐約總部正對面,因為翠貝卡是由紐約政府保護的歷史地標特區,能新開發的現代摩天大樓非常有限,111 Murray 可說是該區少見的高端公寓。大樓內部特別引進風水概念,進入挑高15 公尺高的大廳,便可看到會客室引用金木水火土等五元素設計,你會訝異在西方社會也看得到東方色彩。mansion-magazine-taiwan-10-4-16

September, 2016

Your Basement Gym Is No Match for These $10 Million Wellness Amenities

The days of putting an elliptical machine and some rusty weights in a basement room and calling it a residential gym are long gone. Home buyers in New York City and beyond are settling for nothing less than 10,000-square-foot gyms with pools, hydrothermic regeneration areas, and rooftop meditation rooms.ny-magazines-the-cut-9-23-16

September, 2016

A Guide To Some Of NYC’s Most Impressive New Residential Buildings & Classic Properties

As the residential development boom continues across the city, there are even more fantastic options for families seeking comfortable homes with top-notch amenities for all ages. Whether you’re actively looking for a new home for your growing family, or are simply curious about what’s out there, we’ve put together a selection of amenity-rich new buildings and classic family properties.new-york-family-online-9-1-16

August, 2016

In These Luxury Residential Towers, Adults and Kids Get into the Swim — Separately

111 Murray Street, an 800-foot tower in TriBeCa, has a 75-foot pool and a 25-foot kiddie pool. Both are designed by architect David Rockwell at the request of Winston Fisher, a partner at Fisher Brothers, which is developing the condo with Witkoff and New Valley.Mansion Global 8.17.16

August, 2016

For Ceilings, What a Difference a Foot Makes

In a crowded luxury-condo market, developers are betting there’s at least one way to rise above the competition—add a few extra inches. The end of the standard 8-foot-high ceiling may be near, as builders tout ceiling heights of 11, 12 and even 20 feet. And buyers are paying a premium for the extra head space.WSJ.com 8.11.16

August, 2016

Tribeca’s amenity-touting tower 111 Murray begins its skyward ascent

It’s been just about a year since the condos of Tribeca’s bonkers amenity-touting 111 Murray Street hit the market, but the building itself barely stands three stories tall. When complete, the Kohn Pedersen Fox-designed building will stand 58 stories and 800 feet tall. There’s a long way to go still, but the building’s expected to be complete in 2018.Curbed NY 8.5.16

July, 2016

Fancy Swimming Pools as Building Perks

For those of us who slog on the subway to Rockaway for a dip in the ocean, or sit in traffic en route to weekend houses by the water, the idea of having a pool in our apartment buildings might sound like the ultimate luxury. Simply push an elevator button and, moments later, dive in. The New York Times (Online) 7.22.16

July, 2016

David Mann + David Rockwell outfit KPF’s 111 Murray Street tower in New York

111 Murray Street is a luxury residential tower in New York’s Tribeca neighborhood, designed by Kohn Pedersen Fox. the sculptural 64-storey structure is wrapped with curved glazing, which expands as it reaches its peak. The crystalline façade is prominent from both outside and inside the building, offering uninterrupted views across the city. Internally, residences have been designed by David Mann of MR Architecture + Décor, with David Rockwell responsible for the wide range of amenity spaces.Designboom 7.25.16

July, 2016

Glam squad

Tapping into the competition for condo amenities, Drybar at 111 Murray Street will coif residents only.Luxury Listings NYC (Digital) 7.8.16