Nicknamed ‘The Billionaire Building,’ One 57 is one of the various sleek residential towers lining 57th Street overlooking Central Park. It was completed in 2014 by Extell Development Company, boasting a design by renowned architect Christian de Portzamparc. The tower features 92 luxury condominiums nestled on top of a 210-key, five-star Park Hyatt hotel, and is the tallest mixed-use skyscraper in the city.
The Midtown Manhattan tower dubbed One 57 is one of the most expensive residential buildings in the city. The skyscraper offers best-in-class amenities, including an indoor swimming pool, a private restaurant, yoga and fitness rooms, library and conference center, while also providing residents access to the five-star amenities and services offered by the Park Hyatt hotel. The interiors of the residences are also exquisite, conceived by well-known interior designer Thomas Juul-Hansen.
Residents at One 57 also have easy access to public transportation options, via the 57th Street Subway Station, which is within walking distance and serves the N, Q, R, and W trains. The 59th Street-Columbus Circle Station is also located nearby, serving the A, B, C, D, 1, and 2 lines.
How much does it cost to live at One 57?
When sales at One 57 first launched, the asking prices for the luxury units were some of the highest in the city. The skyscraper at 157 West 57th Street made the news in early 2018 when it was confirmed that Michael Dell, founder of Dell Technologies, had paid $100.5 million for a One 57 penthouse in 2014. The sale held the record for the most expensive home ever sold in New York City until early 2019 when the record was broken at 220 Central Park South.
A mystery buyer also shelled out roughly $95 million to purchase a penthouse on the 89th and 90th floors of the building in 2012, before the tower was even finished. Former residents at One 57 include Canadian billionaire and Ferrari collector Lawrence Stroll. He ended up selling his apartment in 2018 for $59 million, well below the initial $70 million he was asking.Read more
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