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Renderings of Central Park Tower (Extell Development Company) and 111 West 57th Street (JDS Development/Property Markets Group) Renderings of Central Park Tower (Extell Development Company) and 111 West 57th Street (JDS Development/Property Markets Group)
The Manhattan skyline is one of the world's most recognizable, but is not frozen in time. The tragic events of 9/11 were proof of that, and some predicted that no one would want to live or work in skyscrapers anymore. However, the past few years have seen a new class of residential supertalls on the rise, and still more proposed. Some of these stand taller than the Twin Towers, and the iconic skyline now stands as a testament to New York's resilience and ability to come back from tragedy stronger than ever.
NYC-skyline-01 The new Manhattan skyline (Photo via CityRealty/Ondel Hylton)

217 West 57th Street, Midtown West
Mixed-use Condo
Developed by Extell | Design by Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill
Under Construction through 2021

217-West-57th-Street-1 All images of Central Park Tower via Douglas Elliman
217-West-57th-Street-2 Corner living room
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217 West 57th Street #115 floor plan Floor plan
The construction crane is coming down at Central Park Tower, the tallest residential building in the world and home of New York's Nordstrom flagship. With a custom-designed curtain wall allowing for spectacular unobstructed views of Central Park, the Manhattan skyline, and several waterways, this beautifully proportioned full-floor simplex is truly a home in the sky. The entry foyer leads to an enormous Grand Salon, and the corner kitchen is beautifully outfitted with custom cabinetry by Smallbone of Devizes and Miele appliances. The master suite wraps the entire western portion of the residence and features a corner bedroom, two oversized dressing rooms, two walk-in closets, and a seven-fixture bath with dual water closets and showers. See full details here.

Vision by China Oceanwide Holdings | Designer TBD

80-South-Street-01 Rendering of 80 South Street via ATCHAIN
Exact details and specifications about 80 South Street have been under wraps, but we do know the site could hold a tower as high as 1,436 feet. This would make it the tallest building by roof height in all of Lower Manhattan. It has been speculated that it would be half residential and half commercial, possibly a hotel.

Developed by JDS and Property Markets Group | Design by SHoP

111-West-57th-Street-1 All images of 111 West 57th Street via Douglas Elliman
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Down the block from Central Park Tower, closings have commenced at 111 West 57th Street, which is making its own statement with its soaring height, skinny structure, and delicate setbacks rising up to a perfect pinnacle. Near the top of the building, this duplex penthouse is designed around an extended-height entrance gallery with a beautifully proportioned oval staircase connecting both levels. The bottom level houses a large formal Great Room, an expansive corner chef's kitchen, formal dining room, and guest room with en suite bath. Upstairs, the master suite on Central Park comes with a sitting room, a wet bar, two dressing rooms, a walk-in closet, and two luxurious baths. See floor plan and full details here.

Developed by Harry Macklowe | Design by Rafael Vinoly

432-Park-Avenue-1 All images of 432 Park Avenue via Douglas Elliman
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Living on Park Avenue has long been an aspiration for New Yorkers, but this Rafael Vinoly-designed building truly takes that dream to new levels. This gracious apartment occupies the entire western half of the 66th floor and is reached via high-speed elevator. Upon arrival, an elegant entrance gallery leads to a large corner living/dining room that looks out on unobstructed open views of Central Park and the New York skyline through expansive windows. The windowed chef's kitchen overlooks Central Park and comes outfitted with an oversized center island, marble floors and countertops, and Miele stainless steel appliances. The southwest corner master suite boasts unobstructed skyline views, a walk-in closet, and two separate Italian Statuario marble baths with heated floors and steam showers. See floor plan and full details here.

Developed by JDS | Design by SHoP

9-Dekalb-Avenue-01 Rendering of 9 Dekalb Avenue via SHoP Architects
9 Dekalb Avenue is set to usurp Brooklyn Point's status as the borough's tallest building, but the new tower will not come at the expense of local landmarks: The landmarked Brooklyn Dime Savings Bank will be restored and incorporated into the soaring new tower, and the bank's Gustavino dome will have a residents-only pool wrapped around it. Foundation work began in spring 2020, and completion is estimated for 2022.

53 West 53rd Street
Developed by Hines | Design by Jean Nouvel

53-West-53rd-Street-1 All images of 53W53 via The Corcoran Group
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Up the street from the Museum of Modern Art, this Jean Nouvel-designed tower is a masterpiece in its own right with its tapering shape and impeccably designed facade. Nearly 800 feet off the ground, this duplex penthouse is accessed by direct elevator and opens up to a beautifully scaled living room with double-height ceilings, impressive proportions, and gas fireplace. Directly off the Central Park-facing dining room, a windowed kitchen is beautifully finished with custom cabinetry by Molteni, statuary marble countertops, and full suite of high-end appliances. On the second floor, the floor-through master suite encompasses the north and south corners and features a dual walk-in closet and super-luxe bath. See floor plan and full details here.

Developed by Madison Equities and Gemdale Properties | Design by CetraRuddy

45-Broad-Street-01 Rendering of 45 Broad Street via Madison Equities/CetraRuddy
At the beginning of 2020, the developers of 45 Broad Street announced that market conditions forced them to place the project on hold. Foundation work had begun at the time of the announcement, and the new timeline is unclear. What we do know, though, is that even with an 80' height reduction, it will still be one of Manhattan's tallest buildings south of Billionaires' Row.

Developed by Related and Oxford Property Group | Design by David Childs and Skidmore, Owings & Merrill

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35 Hudson Yards stands out as the tallest residential building in New York's newest neighborhood, and the graceful design by David Childs and Skidmore Owings & Merrill makes it one of the most striking as well. Near the top of this 92-story tower, this full-floor penthouse is reached by private elevator, and a gracious entry foyer leads to an expansive corner Great Room. Views of the Hudson River and the New York skyline extend for miles, and a private terrace off the Great Room is the ideal place to enjoy them. Additional features include 14' ceilings, windowed eat-in chef's kitchen, corner master suite with dressing room and wet bar, six additional bedrooms, and high-end finished throughout. See floor plan and full details here.

157 West 57th Street
Developed by Extell | Design by Christian de Portzamparc

157-West-57th-Street-1 All images of One57 via Douglas Elliman
157-West-57th-Street-2 Interiors via The Corcoran Group
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With its towering height, striking design by a Pritzker Prize laureate, and grand-scale apartments, One57 would come to define Billionaires' Row. This extremely high-floor home boasts 12' ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking Central Park and the Manhattan skyline, custom lighting and millwork, and a state-of-the-art smart home automation system. An inviting entry gallery leads to a Grand Salon with a custom backlit bar, separate entertainment center, various seating areas, and formal dining room. Designed by Thomas Juul-Hansen and crafted by Smallbone of Devizes, the windowed eat-in chef's kitchen features open views and a high-end appliance package, a breakfast area, and a marble island. See floor plan and full details here.

Developed by Five Points J.V., LP | Design by Meganom

262-Fifth-Avenue-01 Rendering of 262 Fifth Avenue via DBOX/Meganom
The site of 262 Fifth Avenue, a slender NoMad tower with a semi-enclosed roof deck, has sat quiet for quite some time. Renderings show a mix of aluminum and glass walls, and the sheer height of the project promises sweeping views of the Midtown and Lower Manhattan skylines. The footprint of 139,168 square feet of residential space would be smaller than the nearby 277 Fifth Avenue, yet the building would stand taller.

Developed by Eastbridge Group | Design by Clinton & Russell

70-Pine-Street-01 70 Pine Street via CityRealty
70-Pine-Street-01 Interiors via Rose Associates
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When 70 Pine Street was built as the headquarters of the Cities Services Company in 1932, it was the third-largest building in the world. Nearly 90 years later, it is a New York City Landmark and amenity-rich rental. Offerings include an Art Deco lobby, fitness center with turf track and yoga/Pilates studio, bowling alley, golf simulator, game lounge, and screening room in the building's historic bank vault. This one-bedroom boasts double exposures, gourmet kitchen, windowed bath, and in-unit washer/dryer. New residents are eligible for up to 4 months free rent on a 24-month lease. See floor plan and full details here.

Developed by Rabsky Group | Design by Skidmore Owings & Merrill

625-Fulton-Street-01 Rendering of 625 Fulton Street via Skidmore Owings & Merrill
Downtown Brooklyn has seen a shift from an industrial neighborhood to a live-work-play area in the past few years, and 625 Fulton Street would seem to encapsulate the neighborhood's renaissance: Plans for the tower call for over 50,000 square feet of retail space, 739,000 square feet of office space, an 82,500-square-foot elementary school, and 902 residential units, a quarter of which will be permanently affordable. Demolition on the site is underway, and completion is estimated for 2023.

30 Park Place
Developed by Silverstein Properties | Design by Robert A.M. Stern Architects

30-Park-Place-1 All images of The Four Seasons Private Residences via The Corcoran Group/ Robert A.M. Stern Architects
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The downtown skyline has taken impressive shape over the past few years, and this Robert A.M. Stern-designed tower makes a dramatic statement. This penthouse in the building's crown boasts dramatic, unobstructed, 360-degree views of the New York skyline and all waterways, and terraces on all four sides are ideal for enjoying them. Inside, details include soaring ceilings, solid white oak floors, formal dining room, and chef's kitchen with custom cabinetry, Gaggenau appliances, and polished marble countertops. The master suite features double terraces, two walk-in closets, and two luxurious baths. See floor plan and full details here.

Developed by Ceruzzi Properties | Design by Handel

520-Fifth-Avenue-01 Rendering of 520 Fifth Avenue via Ceruzzi Holdings
The site of 520 Fifth Avenue has mostly been quiet, but the area itself is far from it: It is close to Bryant Park, Grand Central Terminal, Times Square, and Fifth Avenue, some of the city's most iconic locations. As one of the tallest skyscrapers in Midtown, there will be plenty of space for the planned retail, five-star hotel, and 145 condominiums.

Developed by Related and Oxford Property Group | Design by Diller Scofidio + Renfro

15-Hudson-Yards-1 All images of Fifteen Hudson Yards via Related-Oxford
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15 Hudson Yards #PH88B floor plan Floor plan
Fifteen Hudson Yards sits in the center of New York's newest neighborhood and looks out on spectacular views of The Vessel, The Shed, and the High Line in addition to the Hudson River and the Manhattan skyline. That is especially the case in this duplex penthouse, which sits nearly 900 feet in the sky and wraps the building's southwest corner. The entrance level has a dramatic Great Room with 26' ceilings and a fireplace, a dining room, a separate home office, a custom kitchen, and a large family room. A grand glass staircase leads to the bedrooms, which include an impressive master suite with double dressing rooms, double master baths, and spectacular sunset and river views. See full details here.

Developed by Bizzi & Partners | Design by Rafael Vinoly

125-Greenwich-Street-01 Rendering of 125 Greenwich Street Credit MARCH via Douglas Elliman
As it takes its place in the new Lower Manhattan skyline, 125 Greenwich Street is distinguished by its soaring height, rounded corners, and column-free interiors that will allow for sunny interiors and panoramic skyline and New York Harbor views. The residential amenities, which include a fitness center, pool, and relaxation lounge, were designed and situated to make the most of the views.

99 Hudson Street
Developed by COA 99 Hudson LLC | Design by Perkins Eastman

99-Hudson-Street-01 99 Hudson via Andrew Rugge
Across the river, closings have commenced at 99 Hudson, the tallest apartment tower outside New York and Chicago. Select units offer private balconies, and all apartments feature floor-to-ceiling windows, oak floors, in-unit washer/dryers, and stylishly finished kitchens and baths. The building's 65,000 square feet of amenities include a triple-height lobby, port-cochere, fitness center, spa, game room, club room, business center, and amenity terrace with a pool, lounges, playground, dog run, and landscaped green lawn.

8 Spruce Street
Developed by Forest City Enterprises | Design by Frank Gehry

8-Spruce-Street-01 All images of New York by Gehry via Brookfield Properties
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With its undulating facade and series of setbacks, this soaring tower by a Pritzker Prize laureate was an early standard-setter for the architecturally adventurous new Lower Manhattan skyline, and remains one of the city's most inspiring buildings. All residences enjoy incredible light, high ceilings, white oak plank floors, state-of-the-art lighting systems, modern kitchens with top-of-the-line appliances, and stylish baths. Over 22,000 square feet of amenities includes a drawing room with grand piano, a library, a chef's demonstration kitchen, a private dining room with catering services, a screening room, a game room, a golf simulator, children's and teen lounges, a 50' skylit indoor pool, a 3,500-square-foot fitness center with yoga, boxing, and spinning studios, and a grilling terrace with dining cabanas. See floor plan and full details here.

845 United Nations Plaza
Developed by Trump Organization | Design by Costas Kondylias

845-United-Nations-Plaza-01 Trump World Tower via Douglas Elliman
845-United-Nations-Plaza-01 Interiors via Sotheby's International Realty
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Trump World Tower occupies the entire block between East 47th and 48th Streets on First Avenue, and the height of the building by an acclaimed designer allows for spectacular, protected views of the East River and the United Nations headquarters. Indeed, this elegant, high-floor home's double corner living room enjoys sweeping river views to the east and skyline views to the north. A formal dining room looks out on incredible views of the Chrysler Building and Empire State Building. The building's amenities include a health club and spa, 60' indoor pool, sauna and steam rooms, a wine room, and a landscaped courtyard and garden. See floor plan and full details here.

3 Sutton Place
Developed by Gamma Real Estate | Design by Thomas Juul-Hansen

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Construction has recently topped out on Sutton 58, a soaring, slender new condominium with dramatic vertical coffered niches, a glass curtain wall, and light-colored panel strips that echo its neighborhood's brick and stone palette. There will be no more than three apartments per floor, and residential amenities will include a third-floor spa and pool, a fourth-floor fitness center, a fifth-floor game room, children's playroom, party room, and sport simulator, and a lounge, screening room, and terrace on the sixth floor.

252 South Street
Developed by Extell | Design by Adamson Associates

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Between its soaring height and sleek glass curtain wall, One Manhattan Square is a striking addition to the Lower Manhattan skyline. This spacious corner residence faces northwest and southwest for expansive New York Harbor and city skyline views. Over 100,000 square feet of amenities span four floors and include a spa area, hammam and cold plunge pool, 75' pool, hot tub, sauna and steam room, fitness center, bowling alley, squash court, screening room, wine tasting room, and cigar room, to name but a few. Outdoor amenities include a children's playground, social courtyards, relaxation lawns, fire pits, outdoor kitchen and dining, herb garden, adult tree house, tea pavilion, outdoor ping-pong, putting green, stargazing observatory, and covered dog run. See floor plan and full details here.

Developed and designed by Alloy

80-Flatbush-Avenue-01 Rendering of 80 Flatbush via Alloy Development
It took a few appearances before the New York City Council and some legal wrangling with local activists, but work on Downtown Brooklyn's second-tallest building is underway. Upon completion, which is estimated for 2025, the project will include retail space, office space, a new elementary school, and new high school classrooms. It will also contain approximately 900 apartments, 200 of which will be permanently affordable.

Developed by Alexico Group | Design by Herzog & de Meuron

56-Leonard-Street-01 All images of 56 Leonard Street via Sotheby's International Realty
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The unique structure of "the Jenga building," as some call 56 Leonard Street, allows for floor-to-ceiling windows, unique floor plates, and private balconies in every unit. This full-floor penthouse was meticulously renovated, but there was no improving on the breathtaking views of the Brooklyn, Manhattan, and Williamsburg Bridges. The Great Room opens up to private outdoor space and features a Roman travertine sculpture incorporating a concealed television and two-sided fireplace. The open chef's kitchen overlooks the downtown skyline and comes outfitted with a massive island and high-end appliances. All bedrooms have en suite baths, and the master suite features a fireplace and sitting room. See floor plan and full details here.

150 West 56th Street
Developed by Tishman Speyer Properties | Design by Murphy/Jahn

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CitySpire was the city's tallest mixed-use building when it opened in 1988, and its soaring height, endless amenities, and central location have kept it on buyers' radars. This high-floor home's open living concept and triple exposures allow for endless natural light and stunning views of the Hudson River, part of Central Park, and the George Washington Bridge. The sleek windowed chef's kitchen is outfitted with high-end appliances, white custom cabinetry, and grey quartz countertops. Recent upgrades include custom lighting, beautifully finished herringbone floors, and efficient built-ins with living room window seats. A video tour is available for this unit. See floor plan and full details here.

138 East 50th Street
Developed by Ceruzzi Properties | Design by Pelli Clarke Pelli

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With its soaring height, glass facade, and facets of terra cotta chevrons, The Centrale makes a striking addition to the Midtown East skyline. This full-floor tower residence features a refined aesthetic, white oak flooring, an open concept living/dining room, and landmark views from 10' floor-to-ceiling windows. The open chef's kitchen is outfitted with streamlined custom white oak millwork, integrated Gaggenau appliances, and Dornbacht fixtures. The bedrooms have luxurious en suite baths, and the corner master suite boasts open skyline views, a walk-in closet, and a windowed five-fixture bath. See floor plan and full details here.

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