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“The residences open up in all directions, as if the spaces are expanding. They really are homes in the sky.”


Glass-walled homes, designed by David Mann, are a study in proportion, light, and scale. Featuring a refined palette of natural materials, the open living spaces provide a warm counterpoint to the soaring ceilings and full-height windows. Custom White Oak herringbone floors and hand-selected stone bring a rich tactility to the rooms, while multiple exposures maximize light and views throughout the day.


Expansive, windowed kitchens, with custom cabinetry designed by David Mann and crafted by Molteni in cerused White Oak, flow seamlessly into open entertaining spaces. The marble waterfall countertops are suitable for formal entertaining and casual gatherings alike. Kitchens are outfitted with the latest Wolf, Sub-Zero, and Miele appliances.

“It’s the final details that make the difference. We wanted the way you live in these homes to feel effortless and it’s that ease of living that informed every decision we made.”


All bathrooms are outfitted with Dornbracht fixtures and are clad in rich stone surfaces.

In most homes, the master bathroom includes slab travertine feature walls and a freestanding BluStone bathtub in front of floor-to-ceiling windows for sumptuous city views. Thoughtful details like radiant heated floors complete the experience.

Powder rooms are a study in clean, natural stone, while secondary baths feature marble walls and floors and polished chrome fixtures.


Introducing Penthouse Two, a magnificent full-floor residence offering truly panoramic north, south, east and west views. Spanning 7,488 square feet with ceiling heights up to 12 feet, the five-bedroom residence is the pinnacle of New York City living. Enter from a private elevator vestibule to an extraordinary room for entertaining and formal dining with over 1,500 square feet, 90 linear feet of floor-to-ceiling glass showcasing north and east views, and a corner terrace. Enjoy a front row seat to the spectacular city beyond—gaze at the stars twinkling over the graceful Hudson River; take in the dynamic glow of Times Square; and watch the Empire State Building and Chrysler Building take on their vibrant evening colors. An adjacent corner eat-in kitchen and great room offer a space for casual meals and relaxing, with a sitting room and library to the east. The corner master suite features gracious dual baths and dressing rooms along with a wet bar, all perfectly situated for southwestern light.