New Developments

  • 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…

  • One Hundred East Fifty Third Street

    One Hundred East Fifty Third Street by Foster + Partners is New York’s newest modernist architectural landmark located in the heart of Midtown’s Cultural District. Adjacent to Mies van der Rohe’s famed Park Avenue Seagram Building, One Hundred East Fifty Third Street’s slender form and…

  • One West End

    One West End, a sculptural glass residential tower with exterior architecture by Pelli Clarke Pelli, rises elegantly above Riverside Center – Atelier Christian de Portzamparc’s master-planned neighborhood enclave. Featuring interiors designed by hospitality visionary Jeffrey Beers, the 42-story condominium tower offers 246 one-to-four bedroom residences…

  • 100 Barrow Street

    Developed by Toll Brothers City Living and designed by Barry Rice Architects, 100 Barrow is a graceful new addition to its historic West Village surroundings. On a prestigious cobblestoned block overlooking the tranquil Barrow Street Gardens, the residences occupy a magical, idyllic spot within Manhattan’s…

  • The Beekman Residences

    One, two, three bedroom and Penthouse residences start one hundred and seventy two feet in the sky and are modern canvases showcasing three hundred and sixty degree views, river-to-river, downtown landmarks to uptown skyline. The residential retreat on the 11th floor includes a Private Dining…

  • 160 Leroy Street

    160 Leroy offers 57 one of a kind residences conceptualized by Ian Schrager and designed by Herzog & de Meuron. Inspired by the philosophy of the great Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer, 160 Leroy is exactly as Niemeyer describes: curvaceous, sensual, free-flowing, seductive and sexy.