With 265 metres in high, New York by Gehry is the tallest residential building at The Big Apple. Full of personality, this building is an unique example of wavy architecture in Manhattan.
Frank Gehry reinterprets the language of classical skyscrapers of Manhattan and surprises with some fabulous undulating stainless steel reflecting the changing light, transforming the appearance of the tower during the day. Spetacular! The distinctive print of Gehry is also taken to the interior of the property through custom furniture, finishes and facilities.
This luxurious tower has more than 200 different plants that can carry all the momentum rolling from the outside of the building to private spaces for residents, ie, the windows of houses are going up to the edges and folds of the facade.
The common areas and leisure were not forgotten. In its 2043 m2, you can count on interior and exterior spaces, full of light and with sweeping views over the Hudson River, the Brooklyn Bridge, the Woolworth Building, City Hall Park, the Empire State Building and Chrysler.