New Developments

  • 200 East 59th Street

    200 East 59 Street, at the southeast corner of Third Avenue, continues Macklowe Properties’ commitment to classic modernism in residential condominium development. Following in the footsteps of Macklowe’s highly acclaimed 432 Park Avenue, it is characterized by innovative design and openness to light.   The…

  • Vitre

    Vitre brings a new vision of luxury to the Upper East Side, reframing traditional notions of what it means to live here. Situated directly on East 96th Street opposite the new 2nd Avenue subway station, Vitre boasts crisp lines, modern styling, and a characteristic glass…

  • 200 East 21st Street

    A priceless Gramercy provenance together with a nuanced design narrative, 200 East 21st Street stands as a distinctive statement inspired by the romance of its neighborhood’s history, architecture, and parks. With an eye on a sustainable future within a coveted downtown location, 200 East 21st…

  • Liberty Toye

    Liberty Toye is located in the legendary East Village. Born in the creative clash of the 70’s and rocketing to iconic status in the 80’s, the neighborhood emerged as the epicenter of cool, producing a galaxy of stars and shaping an indelible worldview of New…

  • The Bryant

    The Bryant, the first residential building in New York City designed by the award-winning British architect, David Chipperfield, is one of the most exciting urban residential architectural accomplishments in recent history. Situated on the recently restored, two-city-block wide Bryant Park and high above a new…

  • 101 Wall Street

    Built in 1931, 101 Wall’s elegant profile and series of landscaped setback terraces are characteristic of the Art Deco era and an example of the rich architectural heritage that defines lower Manhattan. Situated just steps from the East River Esplanade, these 1- to 4-bedroom pre-war…

  • The Lindley

    Sensible New York Living — 74 homes designed for sensible New York living. Through smart design and thoughtful planning, Rawlings architects streamlines daily life. Centrally located in Murray Hill, The Lindley offers residents quick access to five subway lines (4,5,6,7,S), MetroNorth Commuter Trains, the expanding…

  • Two Waterline Square

    Two Waterline Square is perfectly positioned to enjoy breathtaking views of the Hudson river, the George Washington Bridge, and the magical city skyline. Designed by Kohn Pedersen Fox, masters of glass towers that punctuate the sky, the impressively scaled architecture is accentuated by a series…

  • Charlie West

    Charlie West is a contemporary addition to Manhattan’s historic Hell’s Kitchen neighborhood. Located at 505 West 43rd Street, Charlie West spans the block through to 44th Street and is composed of two 16-story buildings.   Designed by ODA Architects with interiors by Andres Escobar, the…

  • 100 Norfolk Street

    A new architectural masterpiece on the Lower Eastside of Manhattan, 100 Norfolk dazzles the eye with its striking glass façade, cantilevered above tree lined streets like an elegantly lit chandelier.The chiseled glass and truss tower, designed by Eran Chen of ODA, guards and illuminates 38…