NYC Luxury Real Estate Blog

5 Morris Adjmi Condos to Enjoy the Most of NYC Living

Products of Morris Adjmi Architects can be spotted around the city. As diverse as the locations of these constructions are, the style of each building carries its own unique appeal.

Herzog & de Meuron Bring Conceptual Swiss Design Downtown

Rendering of a bedroom in 215 Chrystie Street, a luxury condo and hotel designed by Herzog & de Meuron.

Rendering of a bedroom in 215 Chrystie Street.

Swiss starchitect firm Herzog & de Meuron has partnered with high-concept developer Ian Schrager to design a free-flowing luxury condo development in the West Village. The project, 160 Leroy Street, will span a full city block and west-facing apartments will offer sweeping, panoramic Hudson River views.

The Innovative, Integrated Urbanism of Studio Curve’s Architecture and Design

Last week, new building applications were submitted for Solar Carve, the glassy, futuristic commercial project from Chicago-based architecture firm Studio Gang. The 190-ft, 12-story  ultra-modern structure at 40–56 Tenth Avenue will have 116,205 sqft of commercial space and two floors designated to retail.

Manhattan Neighborhoods Keep A Modern Edge with New Constructions

Rendering of a penthouse at 20 East End Avenue.

Rendering of a penthouse at 20 East End Avenue via Curbed.

The market for luxury new construction condos is thriving in NYC, and as a result, Manhattan’s neighborhoods have maintained their distinct styles while keeping a modern edge.

Upper West Side, Ultra-Luxe, Pre-War Buildings

View of the Upper West Side from The Orleans condominium.

Manhattan’s Upper West Side is one of New York City’s most luxurious neighborhoods, and it grants easy access to some of the city’s best cultural attractions and finest establishments. With the Lincoln Center, Central Park, Museum of Natural History, and Riverside Park to surround this pre-war architectural neighborhood, it’s no wonder why it’s one of the most desired.

Fall’s Luxe Lineup Forges On

Rendering of 221 West 77th Street main entrance.

A rendering of 221 West 77, a new residential project designed by architect Thomas Juul-Hansen.