111 Murray Street soars some 800 feet, offering 157 residences ranging from one-bedrooms to full-floor penthouses, many with cinematic views of the Manhattan skyline, Hudson River, New York Harbor and beyond
This world-class condominium tower is a collaboration between some of the best and brightest minds in architecture and design, with architecture by Kohn Pedersen Fox, residence interiors by David Mann, amenities and public spaces by David Rockwell and landscape architecture by Edmund Hollander. With a gently curved crystalline facade, the building’s sculptural silhouette softly flares to a peaked crown at its pinnacle, creating a bold new shape on the city skyline.
An elegant and tranquil, lushly landscaped building arrival is the prelude to the exceptional lifestyle that awaits beyond. Over 20,000 square feet of private indoor and outdoor spaces include two levels of state-of-the-art amenities spaces as well as stunning landscaped green spaces including an adjacent plaza that seamlessly integrates the interiors and the outdoors.
111 Murray Street offers multiple services for residents, such as a 24- hour doorman and concierge with services by Abigail Michaels, with an on-site lobby attendant.
A serene spa features a heated stone hammam, treatment rooms and men’s and women’s locker rooms with separate saunas. Other amenities include a 75′ lap pool and a spa tub.
111 Murray Street occupies a privileged position in TriBeCa surrounded by the best that Downtown has to offer. Epicurean delights range from Michelin-starred restaurants including Atera and Brushstroke to celebrated favorites Nobu, Odeon, and Locanda Verde, while the neighbourhood’s variety of shopping experiences include local boutiques and quintessential flagships alike, including such retailers at the recently opened Brookfield Place as Hermès and Bottega Veneta. The residences are just a short distance from some of the city’s most prized green spaces, from the famed Hudson River Park to niche local favourites such as Washington Market Park. Modern conveniences abound, including a neighbouring Whole Foods Market, the nearby Chambers Street station as well as the World Trade Center transportation hub, and easy driving access to West Street for those traveling uptown.