"Billionaires' Row" along 57th Street in Manhattan is a renowned showcase of opulent living and groundbreaking design. Its collection of iconic residential marvels stands as a testament to human creativity and architectural innovation. This exclusive stretch has become synonymous with luxury, boasting skyscrapers that blend classic sophistication with contemporary flair. Here are some notable architectural marvels along 57th Street (Part 2):
Soaring above the city, the Central Park Tower was designed by Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture. It is among the tallest residential buildings globally, reaching over 1,500 feet. Its sleek glass façade and slender profile create a striking presence, offering residents unparalleled views of Central Park and the surrounding cityscape.
Designed by renowned architect Robert A.M. Stern, this limestone-clad building evokes a sense of classic luxury. It offers a refined take on contemporary living while harmonizing with the architectural history of the city. Its prime location provides residents with sweeping views of Central Park and the city beyond.
Rising adjacent to the historic Steinway Hall, the Steinway Tower was designed by SHoP Architects. Its undulating glass façade and slender form have earned it the nickname "the Skinny Tower." The building combines residential units with a new retail space for Steinway & Sons, showcasing a fusion of modern living and cultural heritage.
Learn more about 57th Street here Part 1.