The soaring silhouette of 111 Murray Street graces the New York City skyline with a bold new shape. Designed by acclaimed architects Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates, the sculptural tower gently expands as it moves upwards culminating in a graceful, distinctive crown.
Curved glass elegantly wraps the 64 floors, meeting in an architectural reveal that gives strong definition to the rounded form. The crystalline façade is visually striking from both outside and inside the building, offering uninterrupted views of the city and its surrounding rivers in every direction.
Glass-walled homes, designed by David Mann, are a study in proportion, light, and scale. Featuring a refined palette of natural materials, the open living spaces provide a warm counterpoint to the soaring ceilings and full-height windows. Custom White Oak herringbone floors and hand-selected stone bring a rich tactility to the rooms, while multiple exposures maximize light and views throughout the day.