High ceilings are indicators of style and have the capacity to enhance health and wellness, by empowering dwellers to participate in increased visuospatial exploration. And, demand for high ceilings continues to rise, particularly for buyers and renters of luxury residential developments, where ceiling heights exceeding 10 feet is becoming the norm. The National Association of Home Builders recently conducted a survey that concluded 67% of home buyers would pay more for a residence that has ceilings in excess of 8 feet.
277 Fifth Avenue
277 Fifth Avenue, the tallest residential condominium on Fifth Avenue, has Loggia Residences with 20-foot ceilings and Penthouses with 13.5-foot ceilings, offering elevated levels of luxury – literally. 277’s sky-high ceilings portray elegance and generate a sense of freedom, with excess open space that provides room to dream. Not just its high, elevated ceilings, the residences at 277 Fifth Avenue offer unmatched views of the East River, Hudson River and iconic NYC buildings like the Empire State Building, Flatiron and Chrysler Building.
A space that was once a hospital and parking garage has been reimagined into loft and penthouse units with up to 17′ foot high ceilings that bring light deep into the unit and bedrooms with much higher floor to ceiling height creating a dramatic breath of fresh air and serene atmosphere on the shores of Surprise Lake.
At Summit New York, Manhattan’s newest luxury rental in Midtown, the Summit Residences on the 42nd floor feature double-height, 15-foot ceilings delivering timeless and elegant views of the Chrysler Building, United Nations and East River. The elegant, marble lobby features 30-foot ceilings, a luminous chandelier of sparkling glass leaves and a serene waterfall, offering a calming and Zen environment.
90 Morton, the state-of-the-art condominium conversion boasts residences with concrete 12-feet ceilings, truly giving a classic feel from its printing warehouse days. The high ceilings offer a lofty level of luxury and an expansive oasis for residents to unwind and seamlessly connect to the surrounding tree-lined West Village neighborhood that’s steps away from their doorways.
The Duplex Penthouse Collection Residences at Turnberry Ocean Club boast 20-foot-high ceilings in the living room and balconies. The two floor residences offer a private pool and hydrotherapy spa on the expansive terrace overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, allowing residents to soak up the negative ions from the ocean promoting deep sleep, enhancing immune function and more.
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