Standing 65-stories tall and offering 1 to 5 bedroom residences listed between 2.75MM and $48MM, Madison Square Park Tower is a luxury complex with a striking façade and mind-blowing interiors. The floor-to-ceiling windows in select residences frame sweeping vistas of Manhattan. This hybrid of full-floor residences and penthouses exhibits carefully planned interiors by Martin Brudnizki.
The rooms are spacious, with custom decorations to complement the bustling neighborhood and the vibrant vibe of New York City while the master baths are shrouded with imported Mountain White Danby stone, embellished with custom vanities and Watermark nickel fittings. Carefully-curated amenities includes library, fitness services, a private yoga studio, children's playroom, basketball court, a PGA Tour classic golf simulator, gymnasium, entertaining terrace, and a Billiards room.
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This very dramatic, glass, mid-block tower at 45 East 22nd Street has been designed by Kohn Peterson Fox and Goldstein, Hill & West for the The Continuum Company, which is headed by Ian Bruce Eichner, the developer of CitySpire on 56th Street between Sixth and Seventh Avenues.
This tower has only a 75-foot frontage on 22nd Street but flares as it soars to 125-feet wide at its 777-foot-high top as a result of it having acquired air rights from neighboring lots.
As a result, it is substantially higher than the thin residential tower at One Madison at 23 East 22ndStreet that Mr. Eichner attempted to acquire before launching this project and it will also be taller than the famous MetLife “Clocktower” office building that has long dominated Madison Square Park and is being converted into a hotel by Ian Schrager.
While none of these towers will ever be as famous as the much shorter “Flatiron” building that occupies the triangular block between 22nd and 23rd Street, Broadway and Fifth Avenue, they giving the “Flatiron” district and Midtown South a dramatic new, reverberating skyline cluster.
This tower will have 81 residential condominiums and is expected to be completed in 2016.
It has been designed by Kohn Pedersen Fox, whose most recent residential project in the city was the sinuous One Jackson Square in the West Village.
Its other major projects include the great, curved, 333 Wacker Drive in Chicago, the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles, the Unilever London Headquarters, the Ping An Finance Center in Shenzhen, China, the China Zun Tower in Beijing, China, and the master plan for the Hudson Yards for the Related Companies.
Martin Brudnizki is the interior designer.
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