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The heights and caliber of buildings rising into the downtown skyline are once again giving Midtown a double-take. The latest evidence can be found at Fisher Brothers and Steve Witkoff's 111 Murray Street. The structure topped out earlier this year and the glass façade is rapidly following.

At a recent pass over the weekend, the shimmering glass curtain wall was only a few floors away from the top. Designed by Kohn Pedersen Fox, the 58-story condominium’s dramatically flared apex and crystalline exterior sets apart from its neighbors. The height of the building will also grant its 157 homes uninterrupted views of the city and river views in all directions.
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Move-ins are set for 2018. There are currently 11 listings on the market: one-bedrooms start at $2.5 million; two-bedrooms start at $4.35 million; three-bedrooms at $6.15 million; and four-bedrooms at $7.475 million. The homes are being customized by AD100 designer David Mann. They feature Molteni kitchens with White Oak cabinetry, Calacatta Borghini marble island, Dornbracht fixtures, and top-of-the-line appliances by Wolf, Miele, and Sub-Zero.
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The 24-hour attended lobby is designed by David Rockwell, as is the residents’ lounge with private garden views, stone and steel fireplace, water wall, and reflecting pool. The building offers a 3,000-square-foot fitness center with a separate movement studio, as well as a 75-foot lap pool; post-workout, residents can wind down in the hammam, sauna, hot tub, or spa treatment rooms. Other amenities include a private Drybar hair salon, private dining room with demonstration kitchen, children’s playroom, teen lounge, and media room.
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