A Glimpse at the Glittering 50 West, Set to Spice Up Downtown Manhattan’s Skyline in 2016

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50 West—a high-tech curved glass tower conceptualized by highly acclaimed architect Helmut Jahn—will soon be adding a brilliant modern twist to Lower Manhattan’s breathtaking skyline.

50 West

Featuring floor-to-ceiling, panoramic views of New York’s harbor and waterways, Time Equities Inc.’s latest new development will boast luxuriant residences ranging from 1,045-square-foot, one-bedroom homes, to a 9,000-square-foot, five-bedroom duplex penthouse.

50 West

Designed by renowned Danish designer Thomas Juul-Hansen, its lavish interiors will showcase a slew of upscale features, including kitchens outfitted with state-of-the-art appliances and custom walnut cabinetry, and baths fit with marble vanities and rainfall showers.

50 West

50 West

The L Series—50 West’s penthouse collection—will include full- and half-floor residences, offering unparalleled views and expansive layouts appointed with ultra-plush materials and accents.

50 West

50 West

50 West

Four floors of the gleaming structure will be dedicated to a bevy of lifestyle amenities, including a fitness center that houses spin and yoga studios (not to mention a golf simulator and a spa treatment spot); an entertainment hub; and the “Observatory”—a landscaped roof lounge 730 feet in the sky, available exclusively to residents.

50 West

The LEED certified building will also feature the “Water Club,” which will come equipped with a 60-foot lap pool, experiential showers, a hot tub, a sauna, and a steam room. Among 50 West’s kid-friendly spaces are a game room, arts-and-crafts room, playroom, and kids’ sports studio.

50 West

50 West

Sprouting at the corner of Rector and West streets, in the heart of lower Manhattan, the luxe condominium—which is slated for completion in 2016—is situated at the crossroads of the World Trade Center, South Street Seaport, Battery Park City, Brookfield Place, Battery Park, and Wall Street, conveniently located steps from the 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and R subway lines, the PATH train, and ferries to Staten Island and New Jersey.

50 West

With pricing starting at roughly $1.615 million, TEI has already sold about a third of the building’s 191 homes in just 30 days, reporting sales averaging at more than $2,400 per square foot.

50 West

For those interested in learning more about the high-end address, stop by its 6,000-square-foot, technology-powered sales gallery at 40 Rector Street to take an even closer look.

For more information, visit 50 West’s official website.

Renderings by DBOX

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