111 West 57th Street’s Concrete Formwork Officially Tops Out Atop Billionaires’ Row, In Midtown
In a joint statement, JDS Developmet’s Michael Stern and Property Markets Group’s Kevin Maloney told YIMBY,
“The superstructure completion of 111 West 57th Street is a major construction milestone. We are so proud of the design and construction of this building and are thrilled to share it with New Yorkers as it begins to fully come to fruition, including the imminent installation of the decorative crown, marking the official top off. This building was made by New Yorkers through and through, and that’s very exciting to us.”
Nine Buildings We Can’t Wait to See This Year: 111 West 57th Street
Gregg Pasquarelli: “What we set out to do was build and incredibly modern, forward-looking building, but one that’s clearly taken from the DNA of New York City.” The building’s tiny footprint, he says, “is really a kind of engineering marvel, and has required incredible skill to build…”
111 West 57th Street: 6 crucial ways New York City’s landscape will change in 2019
The city’s skinniest supertall tower at 111 West 57th Street will top out in January at 1,428 feet. The building designed by SHoP Architects and developed by JDS Development Group with Property Markets Group and Spruce Capital Partners officially launched sales in September.
This Penthouse on Billionaire’s Row has a $56M View
Among the newly available imagery are snaps of that 360-degree view corridor, inclusive of the Hudson River and the Empire State building, which can be seen from penthouse 72 — a 7,128-square-foot duplex spread asking $56 million.
See the Stunning Views from SHoP’s Midtown Supertall
The skyscraper rising above the landmarked Steinway Hall building in Midtown recently surpassed the supertall mark and now stands over 1,000 feet tall. The building still has over 400 feet to go, but this latest construction milestone is accompanied by photos of the breathtaking views from some of the highest floors of the building.
First Listings, Floorplans for 111 West 57th Street Appear
The day that real estate gawkers have been waiting for is here: The first listings for 111 West 57th Street, the supertall designed by SHoP Architects, have finally been made public… Seven of the building’s 46 apartments are now on the market; most of those are three-bedroom units, with the cheapest going for $18 million.
Manhattan’s 111 West 57th Street Unveils First Listings
Developers unveiled floor plans for seven lavishly laid-out units priced from $18 million to $56 million. The tower soars more than 80 stories at the edge of Central Park, and integrates the 1920s Steinway & Sons piano store, a historically landmarked building now known as Steinway Hall.
A Level Unto Itself, Sales Launch at 111 West 57th Street with Full-Floor Aeries from $18 Million
For those looking to hang your top hat up in the clouds, New York is building a skyscraper for you. Sales have kicked off on JDS Development and Property Markets Group’s super-luxury condo 111 West 57th Street, offering 60 remarkable apartments currently available from $18 million.
111 West 57th Street Reveals Two-Story Model Tower & Officially Launches Sales
With stiff competition within the market, this has been their strategy to stand out. As well as committing to quality, the design shows a creative engagement with the history of New York skyscrapers and the latest technological possibilities for engineering and fabrication.
White Onyx, Velvet Walls and Champagne: 111 West 57th Launches Sales
SHoP Architect’s Gregg Pasquarelli was on hand, calling the project a “once-in-a-career” opportunity to redefine the Manhattan skyline, while paying homage to New York’s iconic architecture with bronze and terra cotta exteriors.
On Thursday, September 13, 2018, Gregg Pasquarelli and William Sofield hosted a sales launch celebration for 11 West 57th Street and New York’s real estate royalty came out in full force. Guests toasted the launch with champagne, caviar and enjoyed a special musical performance from the renowned London-based pianist Mishka Rushdie Momen.
Tapering Begins As 111 West 57th Street Reaches For 1,428-Foot Pinnacle
Construction on the most slender skyscraper in the world has been advancing at lightning speed, and now, YIMBY can confirm that 111 West 57th Street in Midtown Manhattan has reached another major milestone.