You Can Have It All: Luxury Living Just Got Even Better

Rendering of Norman Foster-designed 425 Park Avenue's lobby at dusk

Take a taste of what’s below: living in luxury meets working in luxury, with the Midtown North new construction of supertowers who only cater to the daily workers of New York. Taking supertower to the next level, New York will soon hold the record for having the tallest building in the United States. And finally, what does it take to hold the possibility of one of the world’s most expensive homes?

425 Park Avenue

Rendering of the luxury commercial building 425 Park Avenue in Midtown North

Along for the ride of Midtown North new construction of supertall, luxury residential condominiums is the supertall, fully commercial building. 425 Park Avenue will be the first high-rise office building to fill an entire block on Park Ave in approximately 50 years. At the base of the luxe workspace will be a restaurant crafted to make your tastebuds sing, with three renowned chefs running the kitchen. Construction began at the site last week with hopes to see it finished in 2018.

Nordstrom Tower

Rendering of the luxury mixed-use Nordstrom Tower at 217 West 57th Street in Midtown North

After finishing the workday at 425 Park Avenue and grabbing dinner at the conveniently delectable restaurant downstairs, you can head over to Nordstrom Tower at 217 West 57th Street for shopping, or to buy your new home at the tallest building in the United States. With the recent addition of 71 feet, Nordstrom Tower has surpassed Willis Tower in Chicago as the tallest building in the United States. It is unclear at this time whether or not the spire at the top of the Nordstrom Tower will surpass the spire height of the World Trade Center, but hopefully one first place title will be enough. Along with 425 Park Avenue, completion is marked for 2018.

220 Central Park South

Rendering of the Midtown North luxury new construction at 220 Central Park North

Following in the footsteps of the one-up club, a potential buyer for the luxury condo at 220 Central Park South is not interested in one of the condos. The buyer is interested in multiple condos, effectively turning them into a mega-condo worth $250 million dollars, making it one of the most expensive homes in the world. 

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