ONE 57 WEST 57TH STREET – MANHATTAN’S NEXT ICONIC LUXURY BUILDING
A BRAND NEW AND BOLD “STATEMENT” TO BUYERS AND TO MANHATTAN’S SKYLINE
One 57 is the latest and greatest residential building in the impressive portfolio of Gary Burnett and Extell Development. The sleekly-modern 90-story glass building is a shining addition to Manhattan’s skyline.
“An Iconic Transformation of the New York Skyline” is how One 57’s website describes the building. A very true statement indeed as it rises to over 1,000 feet making it Manhattan’s tallest residential building, as well as a dramatic, beautiful and glowing representation of what Manhattan chic truly is.
Mr. Barnett, a visionary when it comes to predicting and building what the Manhattan real estate market is and will be, has hit a major home run with this property. Certain to be a major attraction and prime investment for both Manhattan and foreign buyers, it’s designed for those that want the the ultimate Manhattan apartment — super modern with just about every amenity one could want.
Not only are the expansive spaces and finishings ultra modern and classic but the views are nothing short of breathtaking; 360 degree, panoramic views of Manhattan majesty — Central Park, river views, city views — pretty much the whole tri-state region will be the backdrops for the ultra-luxury (and ultra-pricey) condos.
There are 95 condos atop the five-star Park Hyatt Hotel containing 210 rooms. Residents and guests alike receive all the amenities and white-glove services that one would expect from this caliber of luxury living and accommodations.
Location, location, location!
Its location in the Plaza District is prime; between Sixth and Seventh Avenues, it’s within walking distance to Carnegie Hall, Central Park at Columbus Circle, upscale shopping and dining, Rockefeller Center, Radio City Music Hall and the Museum of Modern Art.
At $5,000 plus, plus a square foot, these luxury condos were designed by the best of the best — Manhattan’s and the world’s “elite” team of architects and interior design geniuses. A recent New York Observer article stated that the six-bedroom condo at One 57 has an asking price of $110 million!
The Design Team
The building’s exterior is by Christian DePortzamparc, the Pritzker Price winning “architect urbanist,” whose designs include 400 Park South and numerous residential, commercial, concert halls and more all over the world lent his creative vision to the building’s vertical pattern of two different kinds of glass that create an “energetic cascade” and simulate a random “Klimt-like” pattern that shifts/changes with the day and evening light.
Thomas Juul-Hansen is the Danish architect selected for One 57’s interiors. Juul-Hansen is known for using “sumptuous natural materials” to design large-scale spaces. His interiors include One York and One Madison Park and he spared no creative expense with One 57. The rooms are large-scale, the windows, floor-to-ceiling and the floors are either rift sawn white oak or herringbone rosewood.
One to six bedroom homes, ranging in size from over 1,000 square feet to nearly 14,000 square feet, all contain custom details/finishings such as oversized entry doors, custom hardwares, cabinets and vanities and motorized window shades. The latest in security is standard with video intercom and 24-hour doorman and concierge. Fireplaces are in some, with the penthouse unit having four.
The gourmet kitchens are either open or contained and have Smallbone of Devizes cabinetry, stone and granite countertops and appliances by Miele and Subzero. Mila stainless steel undermount sinks with Dornbracht faucets and special additions in some units include warming drawers, pull-out pantries and integrated kitchen island stools.
Master baths have custom wood vanities with Nero Voda marble tops, Duravit undermount sinks and polished Italian Covelano Silvergold marble slab floors, Zuma or Custom Waterworks soaking tubs and radiant heat flooring. Select units have steam showers with benches, Dornbracht rain showers with body spray and wet rooms with glass enclosed tub, bench and steam showers and Duravit bidets. Some units have Junior Master Baths, secondary baths and powder rooms, all with marble, radiant heat flooring and custom finishings and fixtures.
Residents enjoy a state-of-the-art fitness center and Yoga Studio. There’s also a library with 24-foot long aquarium and billiards, screening room, catering kitchen, arts/crafts room and a pet-grooming room. Secure on-site underground parking is available, as is a “discreet” additional 58th Street entry.
One 57 is the most-watched development in Manhattan. With its prime location, unbelievable views and exquisite to detail, its future is one of incredible return on investment and arguably, one of the choicest Manhattan developments.
Other amenities at One 57 include:
• 24-hour doorman and concierge
• Miele washer/dryers in units
• Access to Park Hyatt Hotel amenities — health club/spa, triple-height indoor pool, Jacuzzi and Spa Portico, steam rooms, treatment rooms and private residential elevator to pool and fifth floor bar/restaurant
• Access to hotel services: Catering/room service, deluxe spa services, housekeeping, laundry services, grand ballroom/meeting rooms, business center
• Multilingual Hotel Staff
Developer: Extell Development
Architect – Exteriors: Christian DePortzamparc
Architect – Interiors: Thomas Juul-Hansen