Living in any of One Manhattan Square‘s 815 units is a pretty extravagant opportunity; the 800-foot Two Bridges tower will boast more than 100,000 square feet of over-the-top indoor and outdoor amenities, ranging from a tree house with fire pits and stargazing observatory to a 70-seat movie theater and bowling alley. But those 25 condos on the upper floors will be afforded an even more luxurious lifestyle, with “limitless bird’s eyes vistas” of the skyline, Brooklyn, New York harbor, and the East and Hudson Rivers. According to a press release from developer Extell announcing this Skyscape Collection, the deluxe residences are mainly three-bedroom homes, along with the building’s five five-bedroom penthouses, two of which are duplexes (one of these already sold for $13 million).
Raizy Haas, Senior Vice President of Development for Extell, said, “With occupancy just over one year away, we’re confident this limited collection of special homes will receive the same strong interest we’ve experienced since launching sales.”
The Skyscape condos have spacious living and dining areas, gourmet kitchens with breakfast bars, and master bedrooms suites complete with large dressing rooms and en-suite bathrooms with radiant heat flooring.
As for the penthouses, you’ll get an entry foyer, double-height grand salon, steam showers in the master baths, and four bathrooms plus a powder room.
As mentioned, the amenity package includes a multi-level fitness center with indoor swimming pools, a bowling alley, full-size basketball golf, golf simulator, squash court, and yoga studio; a state-of-the-art cinema and performance space; a spa centered around a sunken tranquility garden, infrared sauna, hammam with a cold plunge pool, children’s playroom, teen arcade, culinary lounge, wine room, cigar room, and cellar bar.
Plus, urban planning and landscape architecture firm West 8 is set to design NYC’s largest private garden at One Manhattan Square, which, at more than an acre, will include indoor and outdoor grilling spaces, ping-pong tables, a putting green, children’s playground, adult tree house, tea pavilion, and an observatory made for stargazing.
General sales launched last November for with condos ranging from a $1.18 million one-bedroom to a $4.4 million three-bedroom. Construction is expected to be complete by the end of 2018 with occupancy beginning in 2019. View listings for One Manhattan Square at CityRealty and on the official building site.
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