The soaring silhouette of 111 Murray Street graces the New York City skyline with a bold new shape. Designed by acclaimed architects Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates, the sculptural tower gently expands as it moves upwards culminating in a graceful, distinctive crown.
Curved glass elegantly wraps the 64 floors, meeting in an architectural reveal that gives strong definition to the rounded form. The crystalline façade is visually striking from both outside and inside the building, offering uninterrupted views of the city and its surrounding rivers in every direction.
The canopy and softly curving form of the entry are surrounded by landscaped gardens, establishing an elegant and tranquil point of arrival.
The gracious entrance welcomes residents home, providing an immediate respite from the bustle of the city.
Designed by David Rockwell, the 24-hour attended lobby flows into several distinct spaces that evolve throughout the day.
The lobby is an interplay of bold, natural materials including anodized steel walls, custom hand-blown glass lighting, and travertine floors. Simple, architectural details elevate the organic materials and reference the surrounding green spaces.