Brooklyn Condo Quay Tower Unveils Completed Amenities

Quay Tower, has just unveiled its spectacular collection of amenities designed by AD100 Designer Marmol Radziner. The building is rapidly approaching completion, and the intricately crafted spaces seamlessly evoke the condominium's singular location alongside the iconic Brooklyn Bridge Park.

“The completion of the amenities at Quay Tower is the latest milestone for this game-changing project,” said Robert Levine, President and CEO of RAL Companies. “This is the only condominium of its kind in the highly desirable Brooklyn Heights neighborhood, and the building’s thoughtfully curated amenities were intentionally designed for spectacular relaxation and entertainment experiences. As a testament, we opted to dedicate a significant portion of the valuable rooftop square footage, usually exclusively reserved for penthouses, to two communal rooftop amenity spaces for everyone to enjoy the outstanding views.”

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Most notable about the high-design amenity oasis at Quay Tower is the intentionality of design and orientation. A perfect example, the design and development teams opted to dedicate significant top-floor square footage - the very same as the record-setting penthouse! - to two expansive indoor/outdoor amenity lounges. Sleekly designed, the north-facing Sunset Lounge is surrounded by city and river views while the south-facing Sky Cabana offers unprecedented vistas of the harbor and beyond.  

Indoors, Marmol Radziner's commitment to artfully highlighting the defining pillars of the Quay Tower lifestyle - park-side and waterfront living - into the condominium's communal spaces remains ever-present. The striking lobby, dedicated music room, children's playroom and state-of-the-art fitness center all offer multiple exposures, and unlike most luxury residential amenity spaces, are situated above ground to provide incredible views of the park, waterfront, and beyond.

“At Quay Tower, we have created the new standard for Brooklyn living,” said David Wine, Managing Partner at Oliver’s Realty Group. “Rather than an after-thought, our amenities have been a leading component of our health and wellness-focused lifestyle, with exclusive partnerships and sophisticated design that connects the building to the surrounding Park.”

Referencing Marmol Radziner's West Coast roots, the lobby at Quay Tower employs California modernism with its double-height ceilings and ample natural light. A custom Armani Grey marble reception desk surrounded by Ziricote wood anchors the expansive room and two original commissioned modern artworks elevate the high level of design in the lobby as well as speak to the park-facing location.

Pricing for two-bedroom residences begins at $1.695M, with occupancy expected this fall. Douglas Elliman Development Marketing is the exclusive sales and marketing firm for the project. For more information or to schedule an appointment, please visit

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First Look: The Hayworth Model Residences

Designed by interior designers Sam Amoia and Lilly Bunn, The Hayworth (Carnegie Hill’s latest 21-story luxury development) developed by Ceruzzi Properties, has unveiled their newest model residences. With designing two residences, Sam Amoia was inspired by the modern architecture by award-winning firm HOK and the wood-forward, open-plan design by AD100 designer Lee Mindel. He created two eclectic models that transcend the traditional “white box” model homes and show an appreciation for the Hayworth’s priority for quality craftsmanship. Bringing his keen-collector eye for bold colors and patterns to the residences, both are designed with the buyer in mind – someone who would appreciate more than a run-of-the-mill look.


Amoia’s design for 7B. A 3,078DF residence featuring four bedrooms, four bathrooms, a powder room, five walk-in closets, a corner living room and dining room, and south and west exposures. Prices Estimated From $7,295,000


Amoia’s design for 7E. A 1,588SF residence featuring two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a powder room, a living and dining room, split bedrooms, and exposures to the north and east. Prices Estimated From $3,650,000.

Bunn’s design for 7A.


Lilly Bunn pairs her playful personality with a classic UES approach to her three-bedroom, three-bathroom 1,903 SF model featuring a bonus 84SF of balcony space with north and west exposures. Prices are estimated from $4,295,000.

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108 Leonard Celebrates Launch of The House of ELLE Decor

The House of ELLE Decor is a designer showcase installed within one of 108 Leonard’s brand new on-site models. Originally constructed in 1894, the McKim Mead & White's Italian Renaissance architectural masterpiece is one of Tribeca’s most iconic century-old buildings.

Samantha Sax, Susan De Franca, Howard Lorber

Samantha Sax, Susan De Franca, Howard Lorber

Elad Group, the developer behind this massive project, has meticulously restored the historic masonry details to their original glory while converting the interiors into 160 condominium residences with the assistance of award-winning hospitality design firm Jeffrey Beers International. The elegant landmarked condominium conversion is now open for immediate occupancy.

Whitney Robinson, Editor-In-Chief of ELLE Decor tapped ED ‘A-List’ designer Neal Beckstedt to design the interior furnishings of the residence. The over 4,100 square foot penthouse features three bedrooms, three and a half baths, and is valued at $12.1 million.

Widely recognized for his timeless and understated approach to luxury, Beckstedt declares, "Playing off the rich history of the building, my objective was to showcase a home that seamlessly blends modern and traditional with a carefully curated assemblage of furniture and textiles. Punches of color were the ingredients that transformed the space into a unique home that is both sophisticated yet casual and personifies the spirit of ELLE Decor.

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Richard Morris Hunt's Former Studio Hits the Market

Flatiron is not only home to one of New York City’s most popular sights, its namesake building, but also bursts at the seams with cool neighborhood gems like The NoMad Hotel, Raines Law Room, Eataly, and Washington Square Park. Living in this central, uber-popular part of Manhattan is a dream come true for many.

Photo Credit: Warburg Realty//Steve Bruman

Photo Credit: Warburg Realty//Steve Bruman

Enter the Italianate Brownstone at 28 East 21st Street. The 25-foot wide building was built in 1846 and boasts a rich history: During the 1870's it served as the studio for Richard Morris Hunt, renowned architect of the Met, the Biltmore Estate, the Breakers and several other large properties on the eastern seaboard.

Listed for $2,100,000, Apartment 2A is a two-bedroom, two-bathroom floor-through apartment that has been completely renovated, blending period charm with modernity for easy living. Herringbone walnut floors anchor the design. Oversized custom arched windows, crown moldings, high baseboards and an original stone decorative fireplace add a unique touch. 

The stunning galley kitchen, outfitted with Carrara marble and Carrara marble galley kitchen features Sub-Zero refrigerator, Miele gas cooktop, and Bosch dishwasher, and disposal. The large master bath has double sinks in a custom, stainless vanity, and a marble thermostatic shower. Both baths are finished with sheets of back painted glass. 

Floor-to-ceiling French doors line the rooms at the rear of the apartment. The large master bedroom has a sizable cedar closet, original tile and stone decorative fireplace and French doors opening to an iron balcony with garden views.

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Andres Escobar Designed Interiors At Hillrose28 Tops Out In Kips Bay

Courtest of Familiar Control

Courtest of Familiar Control

The Rose HIll neighborhood has a new building as Hillrose28, has topped out with interiors designed by Andres Escobar. The building is located at 181 East 28th Street near the corner of Third Avenue.

Forkosh Development are developing Hillrose28, a contemporary condominium tower with elegant architecture rising in the Rose Hill area of Manhattan. Forkosh Development has a 25-year history of working with world-renowned architects, designers, and artists to create residential developments that are true urban landmarks.

Hillrose28 will consist of 43 luxury condominium residences, ranging from one- to - three bedrooms, all with gracious layouts, and a curated collection of best-in-class amenities.

Andres Escobar was inspired by the great apartment houses of the pre-war era, taking on cues on what worked in the past and upgrading it for the modern lifestyle. Andres’ career spans over 20 years and is one of interior design’s most admired and prolific talents. He has a keen understanding of the specific needs of each site and his distinctive design speaks the language of the project’s brand.

Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group is exclusively handling sales and marketing which is expected for the Fall of 2019.

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