A room of one’s own? How about room to breathe. Wellness spaces offering New Yorkers “a retreat from their busy lives” are the current hot amenity in luxury developments, says Douglas Elliman’s Emily Sertic, director of sales for 111 Murray, a new building designed by Kohn Pederson Fox Associates that features a movement studio and a Turkish hammam.
We scoured the five boroughs to create a list of the buildings that are upping the ante in NYC’s real estate scene. Whether downtown or uptown, residential or commercial, these developments are ones to watch.
David Mann’s current projects include 111 Murray Street.
This 157-residence condominium building is offering 1-5-bedroom luxury homes. The 800-ft glass tower, designed by Kohn Pedersen Fox, includes 20,000 square feet of amenity space by David Rockwell and interiors by David Mann.
111 Murray Street has been topped-out for several months, and now its cladding is following, reaching about fifteen floors below the skyscraper’s pinnacle.
For some time now, luxury home buyers have been taking their searches Downtown. Luxury apartments, or “trophy” homes, are no longer solely centralized around ares like Central Park and the Upper East Side. Downtown has become, over the years, a new it location.
It’s been a while since we checked in at 111 Murray, the amenity-packed Tribeca skyscraper, and construction is moving right along. The Kohn Pedersen Fox-designed condo topped out in the spring, and according to developers Fisher Brothers and Witkoff, closings should begin in sometime in the next six months, with move-ins happening soon after.
In anticipation of that, the developers have released a few new renderings of a high-floor unit, the interiors of which were designed by David Mann.
When Witkoff, a Manhattan-based real estate investment and development firm, was ready to start selling pre-construction units in its 111 Murray Street project in Tribeca, they offered previous buyers from its West Village and Madison Square Park projects the chance to get in first.
We take a look at the apartments inside – some real, some virtual and CGI-generated – to see what’s on offer: from expansive open-plan living to marble-clad kitchens and bathrooms, pools and gyms, and not forgetting breathtaking views of Manhattan.The Telegraph (Online) 4.29.17
The 59-story 111 Murray Street has nearly reached its 792-foot-high pinnacle, with a dramatic, flaring crown standing in contrast to the extruded boxes and set back forms populating the Lower Manhattan skyline. New York YIMBY 4.20.17