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Renderings of 25 Park Row created by DBOX Renderings of 25 Park Row created by DBOX
Despite our ailing infrastructure, litter-strewn streets, and absentee mayor, New York keeps on building lofty apartment towers. In fact, 2018 will have the most number of skyscrapers finished in the city's entire history. One of the more tasteful spires under construction is 25 Park Row, a 50-floor mixed-use project on track for a 2019 delivery. Earlier this month, the development team led by L+M Development Partners Inc. with the family behind J&R Music World topped out the 669-foot-high structure, making it one of the tallest condo buildings in lower Manhattan.
Designed by COOKFOX with Studio Mellone honing the interior spaces, the tower will comprise 110 condominium residences, 67,000 square feet of offices, and ground-floor retail. Currently, the semi-bare structural frame is being dressed in a warm stone and glass facade conceived to pay homage to the majestic civic and commercial monuments framing City Hall Park.
25-Park-Row--543 Photo of 25 Park Row topping off ceremony via Instagram feed of US Cranes
25-Park-Row-0042 25 Park Row as of early December 2018
View north towards Midtown (CityRealty)
25-Park-Row-04 Not much of a skyline changer when viewed from Midtown (CityRealty)
View north to Hudson Yards (CityRealty)
Sales officially began earlier this month on the tower's one- to four-bedroom residences priced from $1.655 million. According to the sales team led by Corcoran Sunshine Marketing, every residence will benefit from a view of City Hall Park. Furthermore, mid- to high-floor units will peer onto the crown of the Woolworth Building, the East River, Midtown, and the Hudson River.
Kitchen (DBOX)
Aside from the views and central location, residents will be treated to 20,000-square-feet of amenities found in the "Park Row Club." In a recent interview with Architectural Digest, Andre Mellone, founder of Studio Mellone, explains, “The idea [was to create] the feel of a hotel, of lobbies and living rooms, and spaces that we hope people will love." Salient features in this sanctuary of pampering include a 65-foot swimming pool, a spa treatment room, private yoga and meditation studio, and a library with a fireplace. There will also be a furnished terrace, communal kitchen, a private dining room, a game room, and children's playroom.
The spaces will don a traditional feel informed by the grandeur of Art Deco and the streamlined ocean liners of the 1920s and 30s. “The intention was to create rooms that are going to be used by people and flocked to—‘It’s my turn to use the media lounge!’ for example,” Mellone told Architectural Digest.
Residents' Lounge
25 Park Row-pool-04 Rendering of the 65-foot swimming pool
Children's Playroom
Common terrace with fireplace
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