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Established through the Hyatt Foundation in 1979 and described as "the Nobel Prize of architecture," the Pritzker Prize honors a living architect or architects (never a firm, though) whose work demonstrates “a combination of talent, vision, and commitment." The candidates and jury deliberations are closely guarded secrets. The awards presentation is typically held at a site of great architectural significance, but health and travel restrictions imposed by the coronavirus pandemic inspired a special video in lieu of last year’s event. It is not yet known whether this year’s ceremony will be able to take place in person, but the winners will be awarded a $100,000 grant, a formal citation certificate, and bronze medallion based on the designs of Louis Sullivan.
This year’s laureates are Anne Lacaton and Jean-Philippe Vassal, a France-based duo that has never demolished a building, describing the act as “a waste of energy, a waste of material, and a waste of history.” Instead, they are known for their refurbishment of existing projects with modern features, modest materials, and careful attention to the surrounding natural landscape, even going so far as to construct a building around a forest.
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530 Dwellings The before and after transformation of a public housing building in Bordeaux, France (Credit: Phillippe Ruault)
Lacaton and Vassal’s work includes the Palais de Tokyo in Paris, Pôle Universitaire de Sciences de Gestion in Bordeaux, and the Nantes School of Architecture’s campus. However, some of their most notable achievements may be found in the realm of public housing projects. Instead of demolishing Tour Bois le Pretre, a 1960s project in northern Paris, they replaced the original concrete facade and expanded the building’s footprint to form balconies and increase the square footage of all 96 units. Years later, a housing project in Bordeaux was similarly modernized and enlarged; not only did this prove less expensive and more environmentally friendly, but it also had the benefit of not displacing residents during construction. New York City developers and designers would be wise to take note of their use of rejuvenated buildings, simple design, and basic materials that has resulted in affordable yet comfortable and sizable housing.
Lacaton and Vassal have not yet designed a New York building, but the name of other Pritzker Prize laureates confers instant cachet on a building before it is even out of the ground: According to CityRealty data, apartments in buildings designed by high-profile architects come in at an average of $2,811 per square foot, a drop from previous years, but still well above New York’s condo average of $1,584 per square foot. These buildings have become dramatic additions to the city skyline, set new standards for previously overlooked neighborhoods, and presented apartments with unbelievable attention to detail and top-of-the-line appliances and fixtures.

Philip Johnson | 1979 Laureate

Philip Johnson and The Metropolitan

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From the listing:
Stunning mint condition condo is sun-flooded with sweeping views west to Central Park and unobstructed city views south. Interiors feature soaring 11' ceilings, oversized double-pane windows, wide plank hardwood floors, and formal windowed dining room. The chef's gourmet windowed (with stunning views of Central Park) eat-in kitchen has all Viking stainless steel appliances including wine refrigerator, custom cherry cabinets and granite countertops. Closets are customized by California Closets, and the unit is wired throughout with automated shades, flat screen TVs, and music system. See floor plan and full details here.

Urban Glass House, 330 Spring Street

40 Units | 12 Floors | 2006

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From the listing:
The Urban Glass House was designed by Philip Johnson as a tribute to his modernist roots. The interiors were designed by renowned architect Annabelle Selldorf, and the combination of these powerhouse architects makes this 40-unit condominium building an art form in itself. This expansive split 2-bedroom, 2-bath plus home office has been beautifully renovated and features top-of-the-line appliances. See floor plan and full details here.

Habitable Sculpture, 328 Spring Street

50 Units | 26 Floors | Unbuilt

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In response to Antonio Vendome's request for "something different and beautiful" for his lot in what is now known as Hudson Square, architects Philip Johnson and Alan Ritchie submitted a design inspired by a John Chamberlain sculpture. Mr. Vendome described it as "a new concept in architecture in which a building is first conceived as a work of sculpture and then divided into units," and architecture critic Herbert Muschamp admired it for "turning contextualism on its head."

The local community was not won over, deeming the project too tall. Messrs. Vendome and Johnson found that a shorter height would alter the sculptural concept, and the 12-story Urban Glass House (see above), would rise on the site instead. Mr. Johnson passed away in 2005, but Habitable Sculpture lives on in the minds of architecture enthusiasts and Mr. Vendome - in 2018, he was on the hunt for a site for it.

I.M. Pei | 1983 Laureate

Centurion, 33 West 56th Street

48 Units | 17 Floors | 2009

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From the listing:
Wonderfully bright and spacious, luxury residence at the white-glove Centurion condominium designed by Pei Partnership Architects and I.M. Pei, the visionary architect behind some of the world's most imaginative, graceful, detailed, and refined structures. This gorgeous home features 1 large bedroom, 1.5 elegant bathrooms, and over 1165 square feet of living space. The stunning south-facing living room features dramatic 17' ceilings with a full wall of double-paned, sound-insulated, floor-to-ceiling windows, enabling natural light to pour into every room in the home. The state-of-the-art, windowed gourmet kitchen is beautifully finished with custom natural walnut cabinetry, a solid clear glass counter top and glass tile back-splash. See floor plan and full details here.

Kips Bay Towers, 330 East 33rd Street

560 Units | 21 Floors | 1961

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From the listing:
Be the first to experience these brand-new hardwood floors, completely renovated kitchen and bathroom with state of the art appliances and fixtures! There is a private dressing area and ample closet space for storage. The unit also has 3 massive windows! Kips Bay Towers is a full service condominium with many amenities including the magnificent 3+ acre private garden for residents (the largest in Manhattan!). See floor plan and full details here.

Richard Meier | 1984 Laureate

Richard Meier and One Waterline Square

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From the listing:
This two-bedroom, two-bathroom residence enjoys corner exposure to the north and east from both the living/dining room and the master bedroom. East views span the Manhattan skyline, and north views feature Hudson River views. The primary bedroom has dual walk in closets and a spacious linen closet. Split bedroom layout offers privacy.

Custom Italian kitchens by Pedini celebrate the discerning tastes of One Waterline Square’s residents. Outfitted with Gaggenau appliances and punctuated by polished chrome Dornbracht fixtures, each kitchen will supply fully-vented range hoods, wine refrigerators and garbage disposals. Residents will also enjoy fully-vented dryers. Each bathroom is cradled in a bespoke and indulgent array of stone and wood cabinetry.
See floor plan and full details here.

165 Charles Street

31 Units | 16 Floors | 2005

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From the listing:
Never before available, this extraordinary triplex high atop Richard Meier's 165 Charles Street is being offered for sale the first time since its completion. Working with another world-renowned architect to design the interior spaces, this unparalleled home was painstakingly created from scratch by combining 4 apartments in this award winning building. Not one detail was overlooked in designing this stunning home. Impeccable materials were used to create one of the largest and most beautiful homes in the West Village or in all of downtown NYC. This home boasts 6+ bedrooms, 6 full bathrooms, three large powder rooms, 4 terraces and spanning over 9,500 square feet of interior space, and 600 square feet of exterior space. There is over 100 feet of Hudson River frontage. See floor plan and full details here.

Perry West, 173 and 176 Perry Street

29 Units | 16 Floors | 2002

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From the listing:
Tour de force modernistic visionaries, award-winning interior designer, Steven Learner and Starchitect, Richard Meier's intersect in this one-of-a-kind high floor minimalist open loft. The world renowned 173 Perry Street luxury glass condominium building offers spectacular unobstructed New York City, West Village and Hudson River views. This 11th full floor loft is perfectly positioned in this 15-story luxury condominium to take full advantage of breathtaking sunset views over the Hudson and a picture-perfect vantage point of the State of Liberty from one of its two terraces. Four exposures offer cinematic skyline and water views from floor-to-ceiling windows. This home offers a peaceful, meditative respite from a bustling city life. This circular designed loft focuses on the panoramic vistas. See floor plan and full details here.

On Prospect Park, 1 Grand Army Plaza

96 Units | 16 Floors | 2008

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From the listing:
Live in the renowned Richard Meier's building On Prospect Park, a masterpiece on its own and one of the most desirable buildings in both Brooklyn and Manhattan. This spectacular three bedroom home greets you with 360-degree sunset views and a large private terrace. Enjoy sweeping views of Prospect Park, Grand Army Plaza, the Manhattan and Brooklyn skylines, New York Harbor and the Statue of Liberty. Upon entry through a gracious foyer you are welcomed by a sunlit open living room, a spacious lounge area and ample room for formal 12-person dining. Your family and guests can enjoy scenic sunsets on your 137-square-foot private terrace that flows the full width of the living room. See floor plan and full details here.

One United Nations Park, 695 First Avenue

556 Units | 42 Floors | 2019

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From the listing:
This generous layout boasts an open island kitchen, double-height great room with adjacent den, and private elevator. Primary suite features a walk-in-closet and grand bathroom with double vanities and freestanding tub. Ceilings soar near twenty feet high in the living and dining space, and over nine feet throughout, allowing for maximum natural light through the floor-to-ceiling windows. Designed by Richard Meier & Partners Architects, the residence interiors are a striking contrast to the black glass exterior, reflecting a white color palette. See floor plan and full details here.

Gordon Bunshaft | 1988 Laureate

Manhattan House, 200 East 66th Street

581 Units | 21 Floors | 1950

Gordon Bunshaft and Manhattan House

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From the listing:
Nestled above Manhattan House's lush private garden sits this elegant south-facing four-bedroom, four-bath condominium with a library. Flooded with natural light, this spacious 3,029-square-foot apartment has treetop garden views from every room. Custom upgrades include Stucco de Venezia walls in the entryway and cove lighting in the generously proportioned great room. A comfortable den lies just off of the great room. The substantial eat-in kitchen has Caesarstone countertops and Viking appliances throughout, including a wine cooler. A designated New York City landmark, Manhattan House was designed by Gordon Bunshaft of Skidmore, Owings and Merrill, and built in 1950. See floor plan and full details here.

Frank Gehry | 1989 Laureate

New York by Gehry, 8 Spruce Street

903 Rental Units | 76 Floors | 2011

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From the listing:
Gehry's design resulted in over 200 unique floor plans that bring the drama of the dynamic exterior wall movement into residents' private spaces. In the places where the facade undulates, the residential windows also move out into space into the apex of the folds creating free-form bay windows that are fitted with seating or left open to accommodate uniquely shaped dining or reading niches. All interior finishes and fixtures have been selected by Gehry, including cabinetry crafted in his signature honey-colored vertical grain Douglas Fir. See full details here.

Alvaro Siza | 1992 Laureate

611 West 56th Street

83 Units | 37 Floors | 2020

Alvaro Siza and 611 West 56th Street

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From the listing:
This corner two bedroom, two and a half bath residence with oversized south-west facing windows and an expansive 1,080-square-foot private terrace provides residents with the ultimate indoor-outdoor living experience. The kitchen, designed by Gabellini Sheppard and fabricated in Italy, is illuminated by cove lighting throughout. Each kitchen is equipped with fully integrated Gaggeneau appliances. The honed Italian Grigio Nicola marble slab countertop and backsplash feel like silk to the touch and pair exquisitely with the richness of the custom Aster Cucine walnut cabinets. Each bathroom has been crafted with the finest materials and include custom designed medicine cabinet or mirrors, and vanities. See floor plan and full details here.

Christian de Portzamparc | 1994 Laureate

One57, 157 West 57th Street

92 Units | 90 Floors | 2014

Christian de Portzamparc and One57

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From the listing:
Located in the heart of the city on the premier 57th street corridor, this iconic tower sits seconds away from Central Park and the most celebrated cultural and entertainment venues, restaurants and exclusive shopping in the world. Soaring 51 floors above Manhattan, this spacious 2-bedroom, 2.5-bath corner residence defines a new era of luxury living in New York. City skyline south and west exposures form the backdrop of this well designed space. Enter the space through a gracious foyer that leads to a Great Room measuring nearly 27 by 19 feet with an open chef's kitchen that includes a large island and with built-in seating, diamond fall granite countertops, professional appliances and handcrafted custom cabinetry by Smallbone of Devizes. The primary bedroom offers south and west exposures, a huge walk-in closet and en suite bath finished with an extra deep jacuzzi tub and separate shower, custom wood vanity with under mount sinks topped by Nero Voda marble, recessed medicine cabinets with LED lighting, radiant floor heat and walls of Italian Statuario marble slab. See floor plan and full details here.

400 Park Avenue South

81 Units | 40 Floors | 2016

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From the listing:
400 Park Avenue South is a new condominium designed by Pritzker-Prize winning architect Christian de Portzamparc. Ideally located on the corner of Park Avenue South and 28th Street, this modern condo features floor-to-ceiling windows, with extraordinary amounts of natural light and spectacular views of the Empire State building and New York skyline. This high-floor unit has oak floors throughout and open loft like living spaces. The kitchen is fully equipped with top of the line finishes including white glass-faced cabinetry, quartzite countertops and Miele appliances. The primary suite is truly grand with a large sitting area, king size bed, and a tremendous walk-in closet you will fall in love with. All utilities are included. See floor plan and full details here.

Tadao Ando | 1995 Laureate

152 Elizabeth Street

7 Units | 7 Floors | 2018

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From the listing:
Ideally situated in vibrant Nolita, the building stands as Pritzker Prize Laureate Tadao Ando's first residential work outside of Asia. Residence 2E features two bedrooms, two bathrooms, and one powder room. With gracious proportions at 2,015 square feet, the interiors evoke a thoughtful sense of craft and refinement never found in new development. Private, key-operated elevator access opens to a serene entry gallery laid in Pietra Cardosa stone. Recessed, ambient, and cove lighting by celebrated designer Cooley Monato provide a soft glow, and a state-of-the-art humidification system is ideal for the preservation of artwork. The residence is framed by 14-20' Dinesen Heart Oak flooring and wrapped oak corridors, concealed ventilation systems, and architectural wall reveals throughout the residence. The kitchen is tailor-made by Milan-based firm Minimal and boasts honed Fango marble counters, a sliding island countertop, Italian Eucalyptus wood cabinetry, and a fully integrated Gaggenau appliance package. See floor plan and full details here.

Renzo Piano | 1998 Laureate

565 Broome Soho, 565 Broome Street

115 Units | 30 Floors | 2018

Renzo Piano and 565 Broome Soho

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From the listing:
565 Broome SoHo is Pritzker Prize-winning architect Renzo Piano's first New York City residential project. This 3,576-square-foot 4-bedroom home with an additional 2,200 square feet of outdoor space is the perfect example of indoor/outdoor living. The generously sized 35' x 22' corner Great Room can host guests comfortably with three walls of floor-to-ceiling glass windows and sliding doors that open onto an enormous wraparound terrace complete with 25' heated saltwater pool, separate entertaining area, outdoor dining area, and outdoor kitchen equipped with a gas grill by Wolf. This outdoor space offers multiple lounging and dining areas and is perfect for everyday living, entertaining, or privately enjoying the outdoors from the comfort of your home. The kitchen, slightly separate from and directly adjacent to the great room, seamlessly integrates into the main living area of the residence and opens directly onto the east facing wing of the terrace - perfect for morning coffee and casual dining. See floor plan and full details here.

Sir Norman Foster | 1999 Laureate

50 United Nations Plaza

88 Units | 43 Floors | 2015

Sir Norman Foster and 50 United Nations Plaza

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From the listing:
Welcome to the exquisite Residence 17B! The Eastern side of the residence spans over an exceptional and dramatic 50 linear feet with grand scale 11' floor-to-ceiling windows directly facing unobstructed serene East River views. The gorgeous light and vistas dazzle throughout the day and the big sky and bright city lights enchant throughout evening from every room. The residence offers two signature oversized floor-to-ceiling bay windows in both the massive living and dining areas exuding a personality of glamour and calm while being perfectly pristine and oh-so-grown up.

Adjacent to the dining room, step into the fully equipped windowed eat-in chef’s kitchen with beautiful custom Poliform white lacquered cabinetry, curved center island, granite countertops and top-of-the-line Miele and Sub-Zero appliances offering two entrances, perfect for catering grand events or quiet family gatherings. There is a secondary service entrance including service elevator steps from the kitchen offering staff ideal proximity and convenience.
See floor plan and full details here.

551W21, 551 West 21st Street

44 Units | 19 Floors | 2015

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From the listing:
Live your dream lifestyle in this ultimate modern home designed by Foster + Partners. Residence 15 consists of the full private floor featuring 11' ceilings throughout the over 8,000-square-foot residence. The surrounding floor to ceiling windows maximize the light and sweeping 360-degree views of the most sought-after iconic New York City landmarks and the Hudson River. Masterfully planned for the contemporary lifestyle, the residence's open floor plan accommodates gracious living.

An unparalleled 82-foot-long 1,588-square-foot corner Great Room, perfectly situated on the waterfront, flows gracefully into the formal dining room and library on either side. The Molteni designed eat-in kitchen overlooks the Hudson River featuring natural stained oak cabinetry with a hand selected beveled Blanco de Macael marble slab countertops and backsplash will please any discerning chef.
See floor plan and full details here.

Rem Koolhaas | 2000 Laureate

23 East 22nd Street

22 Units | 18 Floors | Unbuilt

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Following the success of One Madison, the developer commissioned OMA, the firm founded by Pritzker Prize laureate and Delirious New York author Rem Koolhaas, to create a smaller companion building. Renderings show an asymmetrical form that pays homage to the traditional New York setback, and its address would allow for incredible views of Madison Square Park. However, this project never got off the ground.

Jacques Herzog & Pierre de Meuron | 2001 Laureates

56 Leonard Street

145 Units | 60 Floors | 2016

Jacques Herzog and Pierre de Meuron and 56 Leonard Street

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From the listing:
Designed in a jenga cantilevered rotation by Pritzker Prize-winning Swiss architecture firm, Herzog & de Meuron, each floor of the tower distinguishes itself as its own "house stacked in the sky". This striking southeast facing 2-bedroom, 2.5-bath corner residence captivates you both day and night with its glorious balcony, soaring 11' ceilings, spectacular floor-to-ceiling windows, and sweeping views of lower Manhattan and the Freedom Tower. Perfectly selected contemporary designer furnishings and lighting complement the custom interiors by Herzog & de Meuron and blend seamlessly with the Appalachian solid White Oak flooring and satin etched glass cabinets of the kitchen. See floor plan and full details here.

160 Leroy Street

49 Units | 13 Floors | 2017

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From the listing:
Designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architects Herzog and de Meuron for contemporary living, this north and west sunset-facing masterpiece is situated in the desirable north tower of the condominium. Enjoy sweeping river views from every major room through 11' floor-to-ceiling windows, and an open crescent-shaped floorplan with ample large wall spaces for your art collection. See floor plan and full details here.

215 Chrystie Street

11 Units | 28 Floors | 2016

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From the listing:
215 Chrystie was designed by Swiss architects Herzog & de Meuron, who designed the Tate Modern Museum in London and the Beijing Olympic Bird's Nest stadium among other notable public spaces. This 1,977-square-foot condo has 2 bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms with spectacular panoramic unobstructed views facing north, south, and west. The great room offers a dramatic display: A combined living room and dining room that spans 42 feet surrounded by floor-to-ceiling glass. The kitchen is crafted out of walnut cabinets with Basaltina countertops, island, and backsplash. See floor plan and full details here.

Dame Zaha Hadid | 2004 Laureate

520 West 28th Street


39 Units | 11 Floors | 2017

Dame Zaha Hadid and 520 West 28th Street

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From the listing:
With 5,300+ square feet interior and 3,100+ square feet of outdoor space, this second- and third-floor duplex lives like a townhouse, with a giant south-facing step-out terrace for you to enjoy. The main level is on the building’s second floor, where a grand entry gallery leads directly into the 45-foot-long great room facing south and east with beautiful light, lush planting, and a spectacular south-facing private terrace. Massive entertaining space and four bedroom suites plus additional library, family room and eat-in kitchen round out the offering - all located in a private 39-residence building designed by Zaha Hadid. See floor plan and full details here.

660 Fifth Avenue


1,400 feet tall | Unrealized 2016

The office building at 666 Fifth Avenue would have been transformed into a mixed-use supertall skyscraper
In the mid-2010s, real estate titans Steve Roth and Jared Kushner conjured up a plan to build a 1,400-foot mixed-use supertall skyscraper at 666 Fifth Avenue designed by Zaha Hadid. According to the Post, Hadid had already prepared a scheme that would re-stack vertically the existing 41-story office building. With a waning super-luxury market, the scheme proved financially unviable. Brookfield Properties gained partial ownership of the cash-hemorrhaging office tower and work is now underway to upgrade the 1957 building into a state-of-the-art office tower.

Jean Nouvel | 2008 Laureate

53W53, 53 West 53rd Street


145 Units | 82 Floors | 2018

Jean Nouvel and 53W53

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From the listing:
Enjoy panoramic Central Park, Hudson River, East River and downtown skyline views through floor-to-ceiling windows in this full-floor residence located in the new Jean Nouvel-designed tower above The Museum of Modern Art. Nouvel's innovative exposed structural system, known as the diagrid, is expressed like a graceful, abstract piece of sculpture creating a one-of-a-kind residence unlike any other in the world. Within this 6,954-square-foot four-bedroom home accessed by direct elevator entry, one finds a gracious entry hall, massively scaled living room, a palatial master suite, gym or additional dressing room, three generous secondary bedrooms, separate laundry room and service entrance. See floor plan and further details here.

100 Eleventh Avenue

72 Units | 21 Floors | 2010

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From the listing:
Welcome to this 3-bedroom, 3.5-bath with two outdoor spaces, and north, east, and west exposures, designed by by Pritzker Prize winning architect Jean Nouvel. Walk through the gracious foyer and into an expansive living room with floor-to-ceiling windows and motorized shades. Open the door to your outdoor space off the living room and enjoy Hudson River views. Towards the south, you enter the master bedroom also with its own outdoor space. The state-of-the-art kitchen features a custom-designed with movable terrazzo island and top of the line stainless appliances, all bathrooms include computerized sleek touch sensitive fixtures for temperature and water flow. See floor plan and full details here.

40 Mercer Street

41 Units | 13 Floors | 2006

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From the listing:
40 Mercer is an ultra-luxury, white glove condominium rising 14 stories above prime Soho, a result of the collaboration between visionary Andre Balazs and Pritzker Prize winning designer Jean Nouvel. This four bedroom, three and a half bathroom home, with over 3,000 square feet and 10'8" ceilings, features a secure elevator managed by the concierge, offering the utmost privacy and discretion. Completely renovated, no detail was overlooked including intricate hand-painted wall paneling, Venetian plastered walls, refinished floors, and updated lighting. Sunlit and dramatic, the 53.5' great room opens directly through a one-of-a-kind sliding wall of windows to the wrap-around terrace, which is an oasis in the heart of SoHo. Complete with an Endless Pool and a beautifully landscaped garden with mature trees, this is truly a private park in the sky. See floor plan and full details here.

848 Washington Street

34 Units | 32 Floors, 489 feet | Unrealized 2001

In 2001, developer Stephen Touhey endeavored to build a 32-story high-end residential tower at 848 Washington Street in the low-rise Meatpacking District. The design by Jean Nouvel would shoulder the High Line with two connecting buildings and provide 34 loft residences with outstanding views. Local businesses and preservationists were wary of its height and the idea of luxury residences intruding on the nightlife district. Ultimately the city refused to change the site's zoning from manufacturing to mixed-use residential.

Andre' Balazs later acquired the site and built the High Line-straddling Standard Hotel several years later. Its bridged design by Ennead Architects (formerly Polshek) has had a somewhat negative impact on the elevated park because of scaffolding and most recently a falling chunk of its facade, leading to more scaffolding.

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