THE BELNORD | 225 WEST 86TH ST

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Three-to-six bedroom condominium residences in the Upper West Side’s most storied building.

  • 213 Units

  • 12 Stories

  • Built in 1908

Midway between Central Park and Riverside Park, at the center of the vibrant Upper West Side, The Belnord is a masterpiece re-imagined. Architect Robert A.M. Stern, a New York landmark himself, has transformed The Belnord, blending the inimitable quality of the Gilded Age with the innovative spirit of life right now. Here, one of the greatest turn-of-the-century residences, a designated local and national landmark, has been reborn as a contemporary icon reflecting the city’s most glorious epoch.


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Pre-war meets contemporary splendor with an unrivaled 30,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor amenities, including a 24-hour attended lobby, expansive porte-cochère, and 22,000 square foot courtyard and garden, evoking total privacy and tranquility. The light-filled, two-story Belnord Club further offers a wealth of options for relaxation and entertainment, including a state-of-the-art fitness center, an impressive double-height sports court, a luxurious Club Lounge with a fireplace, separate dining room, children’s playroom, and teen room.


432 PARK AVENUE

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  • 125 Units

  • 95 Stories

  • Built in 2015

Residents will enjoy 30,000 square feet (2,787 square meters) of amenities, including a lounge, private restaurant, outdoor terrace for dining and events, 75-foot indoor swimming pool, fitness center and spa with sauna, steam, and massage rooms, library, billiards room, screening / performance venue, conference room, children’s playroom and yoga studio. In-suite dining and room service, concierge, 24-hour doorman, onsite parking garage and valet services will be provided by the building’s staff. All amenity spaces have ceiling heights up to 28 feet.

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Located on Park Avenue between 56th and 57th Streets, 432 Park Avenue is the tallest residential tower in the Western Hemisphere.

Designed by Rafael Vinoly, this extraordinary 96 story tower rises 1,396 feet and redefines the Manhattan skyline. All windows measure an expansive 10 feet by 10 feet, flooding residences with abundant natural light and spectacular views of Central Park, the Hudson and East Rivers, Atlantic Ocean, and many iconic Manhattan buildings and avenues.

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200 EAST 59TH STREET

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Located at the intersection of Midtown and the Upper East Side, 200 East 59 Street offers residents excellent access to fine dining and shopping destinations, renowned cultural institutions, Central Park, and the Midtown business district. Residents also enjoy 24-hour white glove concierge services

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  • 67 Units

  • 35 Stories

  • Built in 2018

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200 East 59 Street, at the southeast corner of Third Avenue, continues Macklowe Properties’ commitment to classic modernism in residential condominium development. Following in the footsteps of Macklowe’s highly acclaimed 432 Park Avenue, it is characterized by innovative design and openness to light.

The tower rises to 35 stories and all residences feature deep continuous wraparound terraces, creating a seamless transition between indoor and outdoor living space. Column-free interiors surrounded by floor-to-ceiling walls of glass are finished with white oak plank flooring, white Calacatta, and Siberian white and mink marble. At the base of the tower, metal basketweave cladding reflects natural light through the day and emits a soft glow through the night. Above this podium, double-height amenity spaces open to a landscaped terrace.

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111 WEST 57TH STREET

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111 West 57th Street represents a commitment to the quality of craft, history, and philosophy behind New York City’s classic skyscrapers. The graceful tower, designed by SHoP Architects with interiors by Studio Sofield, will rise to a soaring 1,428 feet when completed. The historic Steinway Hall, originally built in 1925 by Warren & Wetmore, is currently being reimagined and integrated with the modern new tower as remarkable residences and amenities.

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  • 60 Units

  • 82 Stories

  • Built in 2016

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With one tower residence per floor, this exclusive offering will feature only 46 full-floor and duplex condominiums with unparalleled 360-degree views of Central Park and the Manhattan skyline. A façade of terra cotta, glass, and bronze filigree will bring back the materiality and details of historic New York towers, while taking advantage of the latest technology to create new standards of excellence in engineering and fabrication.


THE XI | 76 ELEVENTH AVENUE

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  • 236 Units

  • 36 Stories

  • Built in 2018

Situated in vibrant West Chelsea, The XI spans a full city block nestled between the Hudson River and the world famous High Line. Designed by renowned architect Bjarke Ingels and developed by HFZ Capital Group, the unique twisting towers are accented by a travertine facade and oversized windows detailed in bronze, lending timeless beauty to both buildings with no two floor plans precisely alike.

Tower No. X features 87 unique residences with custom interiors by renowned Parisian firm Gilles & Boissier, all sitting above the 137 key Six Senses New York – recently named Travel + Leisure’s #1 hotel brand, and the best in class for 5 star hospitality, sustainability, and wellness.

Tower No. I features 149 unique residences with interiors by award-winning firm Gabellini Sheppard Associates. Both towers are accessed through private residential lobbies off the resplendent residents only Porte cochere and courtyard, framed travertine and lushly landscaped by Swiss landscape architect Enzo Enea.

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160 LEROY STREET

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160 Leroy offers 57 one of a kind residences conceptualized by Ian Schrager and designed by Herzog & de Meuron. Inspired by the philosophy of the great Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer, 160 Leroy is exactly as Niemeyer describes: curvaceous, sensual, free-flowing, seductive and sexy.

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  • 57 Units

  • 15 Stories

  • Built in 2018

POSSIBLY YOUR LAST CHANCE TO OWN A HOME ON THE WATER FRONT IN THE WEST VILLAGE


QUAY TOWER | 50 BRIDGE PARK DRIVE, BROOKLYN

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Quay Tower is Brooklyn Bridge Park’s preeminent residential development and the final opportunity to own a new home at New York City’s grandest maritime greenway. Soaring above the Brooklyn Heights waterfront overlooking the Hudson and East rivers, Quay Tower sets a new standard for Brooklyn living.

Celebrated New York City Architect ODA and acclaimed Santa Monica-based designer Marmol Radziner have brilliantly united a gleaming glass tower with California modernist interiors. Featuring windowed kitchens, windowed master baths, private elevator access and a park lover’s must have, a mudroom, Quay Tower homes include double exposures and floor-to-ceiling windows that frame astonishing views of the Manhattan skyline and New York Harbor.

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Quay Tower’s extensive amenity package is filled with modern essentials designed to complement today’s active lifestyles. Features include panoramic views from the rooftop’s north facing Sunset Lounge and south facing Sky Cabana, a 2,500 square foot state of the art fitness center, children’s room, inspiring music room, 24-hour concierge, pet wash, Amazon smart home capabilities, and plentiful private and bike storage available for an additional cost.

  • 126 Units

  • 30 Stories

  • Built in 2019

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