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A condominium tower at 277 Fifth Avenue designed by the starchitect Rafael Viñoly
has been in the works since 2014, and as the tower continues to grow over the NoMad neighborhood, the asking price amount for the residencies has been determined.
The 55-story building will hold 130 one, two, and three-bedrooms apartments, along with two penthouses. While the pricing for all of the apartments has not been released, it has been determined that two-bedrooms will start at $2.8 million.
It’s clear that the developer's main priority is the the comfort of residents as each apartment in the tower will be corner units, ensuring natural light in every home including the ones at the lower levels. The developers have also purchased air rights surrounding the soon-to-be building, giving each resident a beautiful view of the neighborhood.
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Each home will feature oak-lined floors, ceilings that stretch up to 10-feet and all fitted with large windows. The layout of the apartments allows space for a large kitchen with beautiful white marble countertops.
Residents will have access to the building's fitness center, sauna, and more amenities are planned to be announced later. This building will be located in a prime Manhattan area, surrounded by some of New York’s finest restaurants and bars, boutique and grocery stores, as well as green spaces such as Bryant and Washington Square Park.
The development is planned to be completed by 2018.