Stylish architecture, well-designed interiors and world-class amenities are the main attractions to these new residential properties in New York.
RENDERING COURTESY PELLI CLARKE PELLI ARCHITECTS
The Centrale will welcome its first residents to Midtown in late summer. The 71-story luxury condominium complex, designed by renowned Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects, offers a tranquil oasis in the city, marrying cosmopolitan style with fresh, nature-inspired accents. Its striking exterior combines classic Art Deco-style architecture with a modern sensibility. The one- to four-bedroom residences were fashioned by Champalimaud Design, known for its work on luxury hotels like The Plaza and the Waldorf Astoria New York. The glamorous modern spaces incorporate layered neutral palettes, rift-sawn white oak cabinetry and floor-to-ceiling windows that frame views of Manhattan and Central Park.
RENDERING COURTESY NOE AND ASSOCIATES/THE BOUNDARY
In Brooklyn Heights, condominium sales have launched at One Clinton, a new prime luxury building from The Hudson Companies. Taking inspiration from its historic neighborhood of brownstones and standout civic architecture, the bold, triangular tower features a handcrafted limestone facade. Inside, light-filled residences have spacious, open layouts and generous windows that offer stellar views of lower Manhattan and Brooklyn. The design-forward interiors by Studio DB include high-end finishes like custom cabinetry and marble vanities, as well as appliances from Bertazzoni, Miele and Bosch.
RENDERING: RICHARD MEIER & PARTNERS ARCHITECTS
One United Nations Park in Midtown East offers one- to four-bedroom residences with views of the East River and Manhattan skyline. Designed by Richard Meier & Partners Architects and constructed by Solow Building Company, the edifice features a layered glass facade that creates a captivating interplay of darkness and light. Bright luxury homes have floor-to-ceiling windows with double-height great room spaces in some units, wide-plank white oak floors, kitchens appointed in white marble and natural stone, and Gaggenau appliances. An expansive amenities suite is furnished with classic modern pieces by luminaries like Finn Juhl and Le Corbusier.
On the Lower East Side, along the bustling East Side waterfront, One Manhattan Square offers easy access to one-of-a-kind boutiques, thought-provoking art galleries and more. The residential skyscraper was designed by award-winning studio Meyer Davis, the designer of Oscar de la Renta’s worldwide boutiques. Residences feature city and water vistas and are available in a choice of two natural color palettes. The interior design, led by Extell, incorporates luxuries like custom cabinetry and Miele appliances. The property boasts one of the largest outdoor private gardens in New York, designed by West 8, including a playground, an adult treehouse, a tea pavilion and a stargazing observatory.