Three new model residences designed by AD100 design duo Marmol Radziner have just been unveiled at Quay Tower, Brooklyn’s most expensive residential development.
This is Marmol Radziner’s first residential project on the East Coast, and coincides with the opening of their first New York office.
Quay Tower set a new price record in Brooklyn last year with the sale of a penthouse combination over $20 million, and is considered the borough’s most luxurious condo offering. Renderings above by MOSO Studio.
Located right on the Brooklyn Heights waterfront at Pier 6, Quay Tower boasts some of the best views of NYC, looking out at the harbor and Manhattan Skyline.
It is also the first building in Brooklyn to offer outstanding amenities like a private boxing studio, in partnership with the world-famous Gleason’s Gym, and unique features like private elevator access and suburban-style mudrooms in certain apartments.
Marmol Radziner—whose portfolio includes the award-winning Kaufmann House in Palm Springs and the private homes of Tom Ford, Demi Moore, and more—has envisioned vibrant and warm interior architecture for all 126 residences at Quay Tower that mix rich stone with natural wood.
The three model residences that they designed interiors for are gorgeous, filled with warmth and texture that celebrates each home’s proximity to the water.
Located on the 15th floor of the 30-story tower, the models have been carefully curated with a mix of vintage pieces and contemporary furniture to complement the finishes and views. The homes balance beauty with functionality – these are homes that are meant to be lived in and loved by New Yorkers.
Anchored by jaw-dropping views of the New York Harbor and Manhattan skyline, impressively proportioned living spaces and spacious kitchens feature custom quartzite countertops and white oak cabinetry, while the oversized bathrooms are adorned in flawless Alabastrino Rustico Travertine. Confirm availability on the Quay Tower website.
All photos by Evan Joseph photography
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