111 West 57th StreetPast New Development

Past New Development

A Modern Masterpiece – Perfectly Centered on Central Park 111 West 57th Street is a monumental design achievement that marries the thoughtful restoration of one of New York City’s most cherished landmarks, Steinway Hall, with a soaring 1,428-foot tower of epic grandeur. It is an unprecedented collaboration of craftsmanship, materiality and engineering, made possible by a world-renowned design team including SHoP Architects for the exterior architecture and Studio Sofield for the interior architecture.

111 West 57th Street sets a new standard of luxury living with a collection of 46 private Tower Residences, each one an expansive full floor or duplex with ceiling heights up to 14 feet, and most with unobstructed views of Central Park and city skyline. The Steinway Hall, an iconic monument to classical music built in 1925, has been immaculately restored to a limited collection of 14 unique Landmark residences ready for immediate occupancy.

Residents will enjoy a rare porte-cochère entrance on 58th Street ensuring a private and secure entrance, a lobby featuring accents in limestone, marble, blackened steel and velvet with meticulously restored flooring preserved from Steinway Hall, an 82’ two-lane swimming pool with private cabanas, separate treatment and sauna rooms, a double-height fitness center with mezzanine terrace, a padel court, chef’s catering kitchen and private dining room, residents’ lounge with a spacious terrace, meeting rooms and study, 24-hour attended entrances and dedicated concierge services.

The complete terms are in an offering plan available from the Sponsor (File No: CD15-0146). 111 West 57th Property Owner LLC, 104 5th Avenue, 9th floor, New York, NY 10011. Equal Housing Opportunity.

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