Last week, we mentioned how the highly-anticipated 10 Sullivan will change the Soho's cityscape. Here are 3 more new constructions in Lower Manhattan will redefine luxury living.
One of the newest additions to the Lower East Side and designed by Herzog & de Meuron, 215 Chrystie will rise in the heart of the Bowery on the Lower East Side. 215 Chrystie will have a swanky, “tough luxe” concrete-and-glass exterior. Floor-to-ceiling windows will provide expansive views of the surrounding cityscape. The windows are set into the facade to be angled, creating a shingled appearance with an incredibly unique sense of depth and texture. These luxury residences will feature fully-equipped kitchens outfitted with stainless steel appliances and marble countertops, and the baths will have soaking tubs and rain showers for the ultimate in modern living.
Located at the crossroads of the West Village, Tribeca and Soho, 15 Renwick Street has the unique bragging right of being on one of the few single-block streets of New York City. 15 Renwick Street features a modern steel facade - that will change color over time - and landscaped greenery throughout, including an English garden and private backyards. The residences will be finished with six-foot-wide custom-stained walnut plank. The kitchens will be equipped with Sub-Zero wine coolers. Amenities include a boxing gym, private parking garages, cellar storage, a zen garden, bicycle storage, a laundry room and a roof deck. The Renwick will be one of the most unique luxury residences to hit the market.
Designed by renowned architect Helmut Jahn, 50 West Street will be one of the newest towers in the Financial District. Inside this massive glass and steel structure, these luxury residences will have uninterrupted views of the Hudson and East Rivers, the Statue of Liberty, and Ellis Island. With interiors by Thomas Juul-Hansen and all the hottest amenities to date, 50 West Street is certainly among our most highly anticipated new constructions to hit the luxury market. Each kitchen is outfitted with Miele and Sub-Zero appliances and finished with stained walnut panels and granite slabs. The baths feature marble floors, walnut cabinetry and a fluted glass bath wall. Amenities at 50 West Street include access to The Water Club - which features a 60-foot swimming pool, a hot tub and a sauna, a full-floor fitness center complete with yoga and spinning studios, a golf simulator and spa treatment rooms; an entertainment floor with a stadium seating-style theater, curated library, game room and children’s playroom with outdoor space, an observatory with plentiful dining space and office space. 50 West Street has been in the planning stages for quite some time, but has certainly been worth the wait.