The soaring One Hundred East Fifty Third Street – a skyscraper designed by Foster + Partners at the heart of Midtown’s Cultural District – has announced private floor residences starting at $10 million. These 11 homes present a limited opportunity to own your own floor high up in an exclusive modernist tower.
Located on the 49th through the 59th floors of the tower, each private floor residence spans 3,385 square feet with three bedrooms. Residents enjoy direct elevator access, arriving at their floor to find a beautiful keyed rift cut white oak door before stepping into their grand entry gallery lined in custom millwork.
A grand living room and kitchen are enveloped in floor-to-ceiling windows, with sweeping views of the city to the East, West and North toward Central Park.
Kitchens are outfitted with custom Foster + Partners-designed wire brushed oak cabinetry, Italian Carrara marble knife-edge countertops and backsplash, and integrated Gaggenau and Sub-Zero appliances, including wine storage.
On the opposite end of the residence, set apart from the entertaining spaces, are the three bedrooms, each with its own luxurious bathroom and remarkable views. The master suite encompasses the entire south end of the home, beginning with an expansive bedroom space with floor-to-ceiling windows that look out to the East River and south to the Chrysler Building and beyond.
This secluded space is connected to a sumptuous master bathroom by a 220-square-foot windowed, private dressing room built out with Foster + Partners-designed custom millwork closets. The bathroom features Silver Striato travertine radiant heated flooring, a freestanding soaking tub and a separate low-iron glass shower with a steam system.
Residents at One Hundred East Fifty Third Street have the option to choose from exclusive personalized home furnishing services offered through strategic partnerships with 1stDibs, Bloomingdale’s, Design Within Reach and Luxury Living. The building will feature two new restaurants from Chef Alain Verzeroli. The ground level features Le Jardinier, a vegetable-driven restaurant focused on seasonality, wellness, and locally sourced ingredients, while the second-floor showcases Shun, a meld of French and Japanese cuisines.
Compass and Classic Marketing are the sales and marketing agencies for One Hundred East Fifty Third Street. For more information, please visit https://100e53.com/.
Deidre Woollard served as the lead editor on Luxist.com for six years writing about real estate, auctions, jewelry and luxury goods. Her love for luxury real estate led her to work at realtor.com and two of the top real estate brokerages in Los Angeles as well as doing publicity for properties around the world.