On the heels of rebranding its first condominium development to One United Nations Park, the Solow Building Company is unveiling the building’s amazing amenity offering. Featuring a striking black glass façade, a Solow trademark, the Richard Meier & Partners Architects-designed building, which represents the architectural firm’s first all-black glass building and the tallest tower in New York City, offers a collection of 148 gracious condominium residences. The western facade features a second glass curtain wall that creates one-of-a-kind balconies partially enclosed to enable privacy and protection from the elements, as well as an abundance of natural light.
The comprehensive suite of best-in-class amenities, all designed by Richard Meier & Partners, feature hand-selected, timeless interior finishes and furnishings with custom details throughout. In contrast to the tower’s striking black exterior, the 15,000 square feet amenities suite, reflect a subtle palette, richly tactile materials and furniture by design luminaries including Finn Juhl, Fritz Hansen, De La Espada and Knoll.
On the second floor, the residents’ suite of amenities includes a 70-foot indoor lap pool with breathtaking views of the East River; sauna; and steam room. Wellness and fitness aficionados can experience the building’s top-of-the-line fitness center with private training studio. The double-height spaces and abundant natural light provide residents with the ideal environment for promoting health and wellness. A whimsical children’s room provides the perfect place outside the home for the building’s youngest residents.
Residents can access a private underground parking garage through a gracious port-cochere and underground motor court. The privacy and the utter convenience of direct access to the condominium’s residences are ensured. An elaborate glass frame forms the entrance to the grand, double-height lobby, which features travertine clad walls and floors.
Located in the thriving Midtown East neighborhood between East 39th and East 40th streets, just south of the United Nations Headquarters, One United Nations Park is situated in one of Manhattan’s most popular and well-connected areas. Just a short distance from the best dining and shopping of Midtown and the East River Esplanade, as well as the East River Ferry, heliport and Grand Central Station, the condominium is perfectly poised for buyers on the hunt for a home with everything Manhattan has to offer at their fingertips.
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