Alvaro Siza's Unveils First US Building 611 West 56th Street

At 86 years old, Pritzker Prize-winning Portuguese master architect Alvaro Siza thought he would never design a building in New York City, let alone a skyscraper. Now, Siza's first ever building in the U.S. - a 37-story tower hugging Manhattan's West Side and the Hudson River - has been fully unveiled ahead of the residential building's launch later this month

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SoHo Renzo Piano Designed Penthouse Goes On Market For $42.5 Million

A new SoHo Penthouse, 4 -bedrooms, 4-bathrooms, 2-powder rooms and 6,655 interior sq ft. has just been listed, currently asking for $42.5 Million.

The home offers a private elevator entry opens into a stunning corner living and dining room with over 16-foot ceilings and three terraces showcasing east views overlooking historic SoHo and spectacular north skyline vistas of the Empire State and Chrysler buildings. The terraces, positioned directly off of the living room and kitchen, are perfect for entertaining or privately enjoying the outdoors. Adjacent to the dining room is a windowed, custom designed Molteni kitchen featuring back-painted glass cabinets, center island breakfast bar, Balsatina Lavastone countertops, and Zucchetti fixtures.

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Fully integrated, state-of-the-art Miele appliances include a 36- inch six- burner gas cooktop with built in fully vented hood, 24- inch microwave speed oven, refrigerator, freezer, dishwasher and full size wine refrigerator The west side of this full-floor penthouse reveals a separate oversized great room with over 40 feet of floor-to-ceiling glass curved windows that boast captivating views of the Hudson River, city skyline, and beyond. The great room is complete with a wet bar and entry to a south facing library.

The second floor, accessed by an architecturally striking staircase or private interior elevator, is home to the private quarters. The sophisticated master bedroom suite consists of an oversized dressing room and floor-to-ceiling west facing windows allowing for stunning light

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and open water vistas revealing spectacular sunsets. The grand 260 square foot windowed 5-fixture master bathroom features an elongated custom white oak vanity with integrated double sinks, Muse by Kos deep soaking tub, separate oversized shower, private water closet and radiant heated floors. Three additional bedrooms are well proportioned and offer en-suite baths. Topping out this exceptional penthouse is a 2,500 SF private roof terrace with a 20’ heated saltwater pool and panoramic views of the Manhattan skyline, historic SoHo, and the Hudson River. Other notable details with in this penthouse residence include a fully equipped vented laundry room, separate dedicated service entrance, and advanced pre-wiring for in-home technology.

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The lush amenity offerings at 565 Broome SoHo span 17,000 square feet and provide a private, tranquil escape in SoHo. The condominium offers the luxury and experience of a private gated driveway with entrance to a covered porte-cochere. Wellness amenities include a heated, 55-foot indoor swimming pool; changing rooms; steam rooms and sauna; and a fitness center. Residents will also enjoy a beautifully-landscaped outdoor terrace, an interior landscaped lounge with 92-foot high ceiling and a live green wall, library and wet bar. Additional conveniences include a children’s playroom, 24-hour concierge and attended lobby, common laundry room and bicycle storage with 76 spots.

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Topping out this exceptional penthouse is a 2,500 SF private roof terrace with a 20’ heated saltwater pool and panoramic views of the Manhattan skyline, historic SoHo, and the Hudson River.

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108 Leonard Announcing Immediate Occupancy

For those of you looking for a new home in Tribeca, it has recently been announced that 108 Leonard has announced immediate occupancy. Originally constructed in 1894, the McKim, Mead & White architectural masterpiece will house more than 160 condominium residences within the Italian Renaissance Revival-style exterior, which was meticulously restored to its original glory.

Rendering of entrance at 108 Leonard

Rendering of entrance at 108 Leonard

The ornamental majesty offers dramatic details of scale, proportion and volume paired with contemporary design by award-winning hospitality design firm Jeffrey Beers International. Elad Group, one of the nation’s leading real estate companies, is expertly managing the thoughtful residential transformation of the property, while Douglas Elliman Development Marketing is exclusively leading the sales and marketing.

108 Leonard is located in the vibrant Tribeca neighborhood, sought-after for its historic architecture that has come to define Downtown with lofty buildings that reflect its heritage. Residents will enjoy an abundance of culinary, entertainment and cultural attractions, such as Michelin-starred restaurants, the coveted Aire Ancient Baths and the annual Tribeca Film Festival. Simultaneously, the building is perfectly situated in the middle of Downtown Manhattan between the Hudson and East Rivers. It is a short walk to four parks, SoHo’s boutique shopping and the Lower East Side’s exciting nightlife. The Bowery, West Village, Brookfield Place or gallery hopping in West Chelsea are minutes away by taxi. At 108 Leonard, the best of New York City is within reach.

For more information, please visit www.108Leonard.com.

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Inside The Tony Ingrao Designed Residences 35 Hudson Yards

. Standing over 1,000 feet, it is the tallest residential building in the Hudson Yards neighborhood and features architecture by David Childs and Skidmore Owings & Merrill and interior design by Tony Ingrao. Among its many interesting features, 35 Hudson Yards will provide an array of elevated in-building lifestyle services provided by the world's first Equinox Hotel, which is part of the building.

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