Photo credit: Adrian Gaut | Shop Architects
You’ve seen a steeplejack atop the Chrysler Building, so why not take a look inside a penthouse at 111 West 57th Street, the world’s thinnest skyscraper? It’s located on Billionaire’s Row, a set of ultra-luxury residential skyscrapers, built along the southern end of Central Park in Manhattan, New York City.
The main section of this structure is an ultra skinny 84-story tower designed by SHoP Architects and at the bottom of it is the 16-story Steinway Hall, which was a former Steinway & Sons store. There are a total of 60 luxury condominiums, with 14 at Steinway Hall and 46 in the tower. What most may not know is that Steinway Hall is a New York City-designated landmark, and its facade is mostly made of brick, limestone as well as terracotta.
- Build a detailed model of the New York City Skyline, including the miniature Statue of Liberty, and 4x32 tiled base with decorative nameplate
- Model features the Flatiron, Chrysler, Empire State and One World Trade Center Buildings and is 10”/26cm high, 9”/25cm wide and 1”/4cm deep
- Capture the architectural essence of New York City with this magnificent set that brings together iconic buildings in an inspirational skyline setting
The Landmark Residences represent an incredible opportunity to reside in a storied Manhattan landmark. Some of these first closings reflect the demand we have seen from Tower purchasers for additional homes intended to be utilized as ancillary or guest suites for visiting friends, family, or staff. Additional residences within Steinway Hall include a dramatic four-bedroom duplex with double-height ceilings as well as the spectacular terraced Landmark Penthouse that is truly one of the most extraordinary pre-war residences ever to come to market in New York City,” said Kevin Maloney, Founder and Managing Partner of Property Markets Group.