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Via Verde, South Bronx
Design: Grimshaw Architects
Via Verde South Bronx
photograph : David Sundberg_Esto

Via Verde New York – 29 Oct 2012
Via Verde is a revolutionary mixed-use, mixed income residential development in the South Bronx. The project showcases high-quality innovative green design while also providing affordable housing for low and moderate income households.

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This page contains a selection of major New York house designs, with links to individual project pages. We’ve selected what we feel are the key Manhattan residential buildings, USA, but real estate additions are always welcome.

432 Park Avenue, Manhattan
Design: Rafael Viñoly
432 Park Avenue New York
image © dbox for CIM Group & Macklowe Properties

432 Park Avenue Manhattan – 28 May 2013
The landmark 432 Park Avenue project has achieved nearly US$1 billion in sales. Buyers are predominantly from the US with others from South America, the Middle East, UK, China and Russia. With an expected completion in 2015 the 1,396-foot tower designed by Rafael Viñoly will become the tallest building in New York City and the tallest residential tower in the Western Hemisphere.

HL23 Project, New York High Line
Design: Neil M. Denari Architects (NMDA)
HL23 Project High Line Manhattan
photo : Lux Productions

HL23 Project – 6 Mar 2011
With a striking silhouette of patterned, brushed steel panels and glass, which is unmistakable from the High Line, the fourteen-storey building elegantly integrates itself into the public space. The reverse tapering design allowed the architect to realize larger spaces on particular floors, making them close to 40% wider than the street-level footprint, while the low-iron glass gives its façade a more open and fluid appearance. Sustainably built, HL23 expects to receive Gold LEED Certification.

Max Micro Apartments, New York City
Design: HWKN Architects
Max Micro Apartments New York
image from architect

Max Micro Apartments – 23 Jan 2013
Bloomberg Administration and the New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development launched adAPT NYC in 2012, a pilot program to develop a new model of housing to adapt to the City’s changing demographics.

B2 Atlantic Yards, New York City
Design: SHoP
Barclays Center
image © SHoP Architects

B2 Atlantic Yards New York – 19 Dec 2012
Groundbreaking on B2 residential tower in Brooklyn, due to complete by summer 2014. Event attended by the NYC Mayor.

50 United Nations Plaza, New York City
Design: Foster + Partners
50 United Nations Plaza New York
image : dbox / Foster + Partners

50 United Nations Plaza – 14 Nov 2012
Construction is underway on the first residential tower by Foster + Partners in the United States. Developed by Zeckendorf Development with Global Holdings, the 44-storey luxury apartment tower occupies a prestigious location within the green setting of United Nations Plaza, with views of the celebrated modernist UN Headquarters building, the East River and the Manhattan skyline.

Metal Shutter Houses, 524 West 19th Street, Chelsea art district, New York City
Design: Shigeru Ban Architects
Metal Shutter Houses New York
photograph from NJ

Metal Shutter Houses – 21 Jul 2011
This is a luxury condominium building designed by Japanese architect Shigeru Ban and his New York-based partner Dean Maltz, located in Chelsea’s art district, just west of the High Line. The building is at 524 West 19th Street, between 10th and 11th Avenues on New York’s ‘Starchitect Row’ next to Frank Gehry’s IAC Headquarters and across the street from Jean Nouvel’s 100 11th building.

New York by Gehry, NYC – Rippling Building Manhattan
Design: Frank Gehry
Rippling Building
photo : dbox

New York by Gehry – 27 May 2011
Praised by architecture critics and beloved by photographers worldwide, the 76-story New York by Gehry – with its stainless steel cladding draped like fabric – is an inspired addition to the Manhattan skyline, a shining symbol of Lower Manhattan’s resurgence as a vibrant residential, commercial and cultural neighborhood.

West 57th, New York City
Design: BIG-Bjarke Ingels Group
West 57 New York City
picture from architect

West 57th Street – 7 Feb 2011
Durst Fetner Residential announced the design of West 57, a 600-unit 80/20 residential building on West 57th Street between 11th and 12th Avenues. The building is designed by renowned Danish Architect firm BIG-Bjarke Ingels Group and is their inaugural North American project. The building’s program consists of over 600 residential units of different scales situated on a podium with a cultural and commercial program. The building will strive for LEED Gold Certification.

BLUE Residential Tower
Design: Bernard Tschumi
Manhattan Tower
photo : Peter Mauss/ESTO

Manhattan Tower – 7 Nov 2007

New York Residences

Manhattan Residential Architecture Designs, alphabetical:

23 East 22nd Street, Flatiron district
Design: OMA
23 East 22nd Street
picture from architect
56 Leonard Street building
Design: Herzog & de Meuron, architects
Herzog & de Meuron Skyscraper
image © Herzog & de Meuron, Basel, 2008
West 18th Street Condominium Building

West 18th St Condominium
photo : Frank Oudeman

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