One of the tallest residential buildings in the Western Hemisphere, 111 West 57th Street is an ultra-luxury residential development in Manhattan designed by SHoP Architects with interior architecture by Studio Sofield. The history-making development is comprised of two adjacent structures: the landmarked Steinway Hall, once home to the Steinway & Sons piano company, and the newly constructed 1,428-foot tower designed by SHoP Architects. 111 West 57th Street’s Landmark Residence 17N has just hit the market for $6,995,000, offering a unique opportunity for homebuyers to look for grand spaces reminiscent of the pre-war era.
Located in the landmarked hall, Landmark Residence 17N features two bedrooms, and two-and-a-half bathrooms within 2,580 square feet of interior space. Boasting white macauba stone floors, a windowed entry foyer leads into a spacious great room that features high ceilings, custom smoke gray oak floors in a parquet pattern and a fireplace.
The open kitchen has a center island and is finished with Cristallo Gold quartzite countertops and backsplash, custom hand-crafted cabinetry, and a full suite of Gaggenau appliances. The powder room is finished in jewel onyx.
The corner primary bedroom features two large walk-in closets, a windowed bathroom clad in Italian white Venato marble and free-standing copper soaking tub handcrafted by William Holland and custom bronze fixtures by P.E. Guerin.
Residents enjoy access to an array of amenities including an 82-foot, two-lane swimming pool with private cabanas, a separate sauna, steam and treatment rooms, a double-height fitness center with a mezzanine terrace, a private dining room, and a chef’s catering kitchen, a residents’ lounge with an expansive terrace, meeting rooms and a study, 24-hour attended entrances and a dedicated concierge service.
A private porte-cochère on 58th Street provides residents with a secure entry experience. The lobby features opulent accents in limestone, marble, blackened steel, and velvet, and restored, original end-grain wood flooring from Steinway Hall.
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