New York City news and culture site 6sqft published its latest roundup of the best condos in the city, featuring many high-profile clients from Knightsbridge Park’s portfolio.
From breathtaking homes in the tallest residential building in the world to an elegant penthouse atop an iconic landmarked tower, this list celebrates some lovely buildings that are inspirations for our work.
Near the top of 6sqft’s list is Central Park Tower, which, when completed this year, will be the tallest dedicated residential tower on the face of the earth.
Standing on Manhattan’s Billionaires’ Row, Central Park Tower will be home to a collection of exclusive residences with literally unparalleled views of the New York City area and, of course, an intimate perspective looking over Central Park. Floor-to-ceiling windows and minimalist interiors focus all attention on the striking views.
Another Central Park condo building from our portfolio is just a few spots down the list. One57 was a Billionaires’ Row pioneer when it was finished in 2014, and the homes there are still some of the finest Midtown West condos for sale today.
From stunning views to impressive service, thanks to the Park Hyatt New York downstairs, these homes embody the ideal of sophisticated Midtown living.
The Woolworth Tower Residences occupies the top 30 floors of the 1912 neo-Gothic landmark.
Designed by Thierry Despont, these Woolworth Building condos preserve original architect Cass Gilbert’s timeless style while bringing the appliances and amenities to a modern luxury standard, creating a unique living experience in legendary Tribeca. The building’s top penthouse, dubbed “the Pinnacle,” is situated inside the tower’s famous crown, with its ornate facade forming railings for private balconies.
6sqft’s list also features one of Knightsbridge Park’s newest clients, 70 Vestry, the collection of Tribeca waterfront apartments from Robert A.M. Stern.
Located on cobblestoned Vestry Street along the Hudson River, these classic homes feature spacious layouts and warm, natural finishes from designer Daniel Romualdez, whose pedigree helped draw a clutch of celebrity residents, including Tom Brady and Gisele Bündchen, who own a home on the 12th floor.
We’d be remiss if we didn’t mention 565 Broome SoHo, the pair of wrapped glass towers housing a collection of stylish condos.
Architect Renzo Piano took the concept of floor-to-ceiling windows to a new level by removing the corner posts and curving the glass around the corners instead, creating panoramic views in every light-filled room.
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