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For those looking to hang your top hat up in the clouds, New York is building a skyscraper for you. Sales have kicked off on JDS Development and Property Markets Group's super-luxury condo 111 West 57th Street, offering 60 remarkable apartments currently available from $18 million.
The 82-story spire, designed by SHoP Architects, will ultimately stretch 1,438 feet tall becoming the highest all-residential building in the western hemisphere upon completion in 2020. Besides its cloud-tickling height, the tower will bring some of the most magnificent spreads and views ever offered in the city. The first batch of listings show full-floor retreats with 14-foot-high ceilings, custom-made everything, and bronze-hued windows framing priceless views of the city.

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111 West 57th Street
111 West 57th Street Midtown West
"There may be other skyscrapers, but there will never ever be another 111 West 57th Street." -Carter B. Horsely
Rendering of 111 West 57th Street from the south (JDS Development / Property Markets Group)
Notched within the landmarked Steinway Hall, the bronze-, terracotta- and glass-skinned building encases 39 floor-through residences and seven duplexes. The remaining 14 spreads will be housed within the landmarked Steinway building which features an elegant entryway and porte-cochere at its base. Aside from the usual perks, notable amenities will include an 82-foot-long two-lane swimming pool, private cabanas, a double-height fitness center, and a private sauna, steam and treatment rooms.
HayesDavidson Rendering of a great room at 111 West 57th Street (HayesDavidson)
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The front and center Central Park view
The first collection of listings comprise six three-bedrooms, priced from $18 million to $30 million, and a four-bedroom penthouse with an ask of $56 million. The interiors were conceived by Studio Sofield and in essence, gush of opulence. Faintly echoing the Art Deco style, the city's greatest architectural movement, the homes are enriched by sumptuous materials, lustery finishes and bold design decisions that stand apart from the white boxes that define luxury development today.
Model bathroom vanity
South-facing view
Private elevators open onto a formal central entrance gallery with white macauba stone floors. Open kitchens feature custom cabinety by Mark Wilkinson of Smallbone of Devizes and master baths come with with a freestanding nickel bathtub by William Holland. Great rooms, measuring nearly 50 feet wide in some cases, overlook Central Park and bedrooms (each with an en-suite bath) are positioned along the building's southern side to capture twinkling night-time views of the city skyline.
#32 listed for $18 million (via Douglas Elliman)
#53 for $26.5 million
#64 for $30 million
111-West-57th-Street-05 111 West 57th Street (center left) as of early October
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