While New York no longer has the tallest or most daring skyscrapers in the world, it still builds some of the classiest, most urbanistic high-rises anywhere. Downtown’s latest sky-flung affair comes in at 111 Murray Street, an elegant new condo development conceived by Fisher Brothers, Witkoff and New Valley.
The 64-Story Condo Building Was Designed By Kohn Pederson Fox And Has 157 Apartments.Tribeca’s Kohn Pedersen Fox-designed condo building, 111 Murray, has now wrapped construction and is ready to welcome its first set of residents. The last time we checked in with this nearly 800-foot-tall skyscraper, it was nearing completion, and now about six months later, the project is complete.
Have Your Sights Set On Downtown Living? Here’s Your Ultimate Guide To The Best Family Properties On The Downtown Manhattan Real Estate Market.
Downtown Manhattan is the perfect place to move for the whole family to enjoy the views and the great location near so many cultural attractions, parks, schools, and more. We’ve created a selective guide to some of the most beautiful and family-friendly homes throughout the hottest neighborhoods for family’s in lower Manhattan that you’ll absolutely fall in love with!
The Relaxing Vibe and Cleansing Rituals of Traditional Hammams are Making Their Way Into Private Bathrooms and Spas.
More luxury developers and homeowners are turning to Turkish hammams for inspiration for their private bathroom and spa areas.
A-list Artisans Light Up Luxury Buildings With Fine Fixtures.
The future looks bright for makers of large, fancy fixtures in Manhattan, as finely-crafted lighting has become the latest amenity throughout the halls and walls of new residential skyscrapers.
From hunks of nylon rope to confections of the most delicate Venetian glass, elaborate lobby lighting installations — often created by A-list designers — are the hot new amenity in the city’s hyper competitive luxury apartment market.
City living is a blast, no doubt, but in a metropolis of 8 million, having fun can sometimes be a grind. Want to grab a cocktail? Buy some vegetables? Get a blowout? Sounds great, but you better be ready to fight it out in line with the rest of the animals. Unless, of course, you live in a place where you can go out while staying in.
For a while now, Tribeca has reigned supreme as New York City’s priciest neighborhood, with artists’ lofts-turned-condos and celeb-approved buildings boosting the once-industrial area’s cachet. And with a spate of high-end new developments in the works, that’s unlikely to change anytime soon.
A penthouse in a new Manhattan tower with a Turkish bath and a residents-only blowout bar is hitting the market for $40 million.
The penthouse, at 111 Murray St. in the Tribeca neighborhood, spans approximately 7,488 square feet with a 1,500-square-foot great room with walls of glass and a marble fireplace. It has ceilings over 12 feet high, panoramic views of downtown Manhattan and a master suite with two master bathrooms and a private outdoor terrace.
After graduating from Pratt Institute in the early 1980s, interior designer and architect David Mann worked for several small architectural firms doing small-scale retail and residential design. In 1985, he began working for Fox & Fowle Architects, where he stayed for 10 years working on large-scale commercial architectural interiors around the globe. In 1995, after a small freelance project with Takashimaya grew into larger projects, he founded MR Architecture + Décor.