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Construction photos as of April 2019 ?? CityRealty Construction photos as of April 2019 ?? CityRealty
The newest addition to Billionaires' Row, 111 West 57th Street, has now reached its 85th floor, topping out its "reinforced concrete superstructure," according to Yimby. As of today, the current structure is exactly 1,257.5 feet in the air. And soon, its crown will be installed, nearing closer to its complete height of 1,428 feet. This will leave the SHoP Architects-designed tower as the second tallest residential building in the world, behind the 1,500-foot Central Park Tower. And thanks to a ratio of 1:24, it will also become one of the world's skinniest skyscrapers.
111 West 57th Street, One57, Billionaires Row, Central Park South, NYC Skyscrapers Construction as of April 2019 ?? CityRealty
111 West 57th Street is being developed by JDS Development, Property Markets Group, and Spruce Capital Partners. It will have 46 luxury condominiums with exquisite interiors and amenities designed by Studio Sofield, all of which will boast 14-foot ceilings with massive floor-to-ceiling windows framing unparalleled views. Residents will have access to a paparazzi-proof porte cochère entrance on 58th Street, an 82-foot two-lane swimming pool with private cabanas, separate sauna, steam and treatment rooms, a light-flooded, double-height fitness center with mezzanine terrace, private dining room and chef's catering kitchen, residents' lounge with expansive terrace, meeting rooms and a study, 24-hour attended entrances and dedicated concierge service.
Rendering courtesy of Hayes Davidson
Sales launched at 111 West 57th Street in October. With asking prices averaging $6,159 a square foot, there are currently seven units available, from an $18 million three-bedroom to a $57 million four-bedroom.
Photo ?? Paul Clemence
In addition to gaining height, the building’s terracotta ornamental facade and glass panels are being installed. SHoP incorporated city zoning mandated setbacks in the tower’s form to create a feathered profile. Each setback has a terra-cotta column rising on the east and west sides. These columns are a modern response to zoning that also harkens to a previous classical architectural era in New York City evoking the Empire State building and 30 Rockefeller Center. SHoP-designed the terracotta to be varied in a way that reflects light differently and appears dynamic from different distances. Construction is expected to wrap up in 2020.
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Contributing Writer Michelle Sinclair Colman Michelle writes children's books and also writes articles about architecture, design and real estate. Those two passions came together in Michelle's first children's book, "Urban Babies Wear Black." Michelle has a Master's degree in Sociology from the University of Minnesota and a Master's degree in the Cities Program from the London School of Economics.
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