Jean Nouvel’s futuristic supertall condo above MoMa is a new landmark on the Manhattan skyline.
Designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Jean Nouvel, 53W53, located at 53 West 53rd Street, is an ultra-modern condominium rising 1,050 feet above the Museum of Modern Art (MoMa). Classified among the supertalls that define Billionaire’s Row, even though the tower is located below 57th Street, 53W53 comprises 161 residences that are among the priciest in NYC. The building incorporates a significant expansion for the museum at the base.
53W53’s architecture is defined by an exposed structural system, known as “the diagrid,” that creates an angular, sculptural form. The interiors were designed by Thierry Despont.
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Developers Hines, Pontiac Land Group and Goldman Sachs commenced sales in 2016. According to the original offering plan, asking prices for the studio to four-bedroom residences range from $1.26M to $66.55M with an average asking per square foot price of $3,684.
Amenities include a double-height lounge and a luxury dining room with a gorgeous view of Central Park. The fitness center includes an architecturally interesting private pool that is encased in the diagrid and surrounded by a living wall of plants. Additional features include a wine room and squash court.
Location of the 53W5353
53W53 is located at 53 West 53rd Street, Midtown, Manhattan.
The 53 West 53 Amenities, Unit Mix, Prices
Studio – 10
1 Bedroom – 39
2 Bedroom – 46
3 Bedroom – 51
4 Bedroom – 16
$1.26M – $66.55M
$3,684 ppsf average
Source: Marketproof New Development
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