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One Wall Street

One Wall Street, the Art Deco skyscraper, has been completely renovated to pay homage to the original design while adding in the modern design elements, amenities, and services that appeal to today’s buyer. One Wall Street offers residents 100,000 square feet of exclusive amenities, including one of the most spectacular swimming pools anywhere in NYC. The 75-foot indoor lap pool soars 38 stories above the ground, surrounded by mosaic-tiled columns and ceilings that rival the shimmer of the Red Room below. Walls of floor-to-ceiling glass open up to vast panoramas in all directions. An adjoining terrace is designed for lounging and sunbathing with a view of Statue of Liberty and New York harbor.

11 Hoyt

11 Hoyt, located at the crossroads of Downtown and brownstone Brooklyn, exemplifies a best-in-class building made possible through an impressive collaboration with a world-renowned design team. In the stylish, third-floor Park Club, residents can choose from a wide variety of fitness options including a 75-foot indoor saltwater lap pool that opens onto an outdoor sundeck with a hot tub.

111 West 57th Street

111 West 57th Street is a monumental ultra-luxury residential development located in Manhattan and developed by JDS Development Group and Property Markets Group. Award-winning Studio Sofield, led by William Sofield, designed the interior architecture for the history-making development which is comprised of two adjacent structures: the landmarked Steinway Hall, once home to the Steinway & Sons piano company, and the newly constructed 1,428-foot tower designed by SHoP Architects — the second tallest residential building in the Western Hemisphere. Perfectly centered over Central Park, 111 West 57th Street sets a new standard for bespoke luxury living. Residents at 111 West 57th Street have access to an array of amenities and services including an 82-foot, two-lane swimming pool with private cabanas.

Sutton Tower

At Sutton Tower, in Sutton Place, visionary architectural designer Thomas Juul-Hansen has thoughtfully designed exceptional interiors, including the one-of-a-kind spa amenities. Inspired by the nearby East River, Sutton Tower’s River Spa features an approximately 50-foot pool, adjacent whirlpool, and infrared saunas. The grotto-like space is finished from floor-to-ceiling with opalescent, gradient tiles that visually duplicate the river sky at dusk. When entering the pool area, the eye is immediately drawn to the disco ball-like ceiling, adorned with tiny, mirrored tiles that reflect the moving water below. Juul-Hansen designed the space with organic shapes and comforts, providing a respite from the hustle and bustle of the city.

Waldorf Astoria Residences

The Waldorf Astoria Residences features 50,000 square feet of private residential amenities with private secure entrances separate from the hotel. The famed Starlight Roof at the building, home to some of New York City’s most famous performances and galas, is undergoing a meticulous renovation by architects Skidmore, Owings, and Merrill and designer Jean Louis Deniot to transform into the 25-meter Starlight Pool overlooking Park Avenue.

378 West End Avenue

378 West End Avenue is a luxury condo on the Upper West Side designed by COOKFOX Architects with a focus on health and wellness. 378 West End Avenue features 57 residences and more than 11,000 square feet of amenities spread across three floors including a a 75-foot-long saltwater pool with sauna.