Spotlight: 277 Fifth Avenue - NoMad's Tallest Residential Tower

277 Fifth Avenue - Interior

Floor-to-ceiling 10-foot windows that offer stunning views of New York City landmarks, like the Madison Square park and the Flatiron Building, are the cherry on top for the homes inside 277 Fifth Avenue at 30th Street. Sumptuous Jeffrey Beers International-designed interiors include white oak floors throughout the space, as well as white oak cabinets in the kitchens. Polished Calacatta marble slab countertops complement the Miele stainless steel appliances and retractable ventilation hood. Bathrooms are outfitted with walnut vanities, San Nicola marble tile walls and Bianco Dolomiti marble tile floors. Heated floors greet bathers who emerge from their Kaldewei Puro Duo steel enamel tubs with Dolomiti tub decks.

The 55-foot skyscraper on Fifth Avenue was designed by Architect Rafael Vinoly, the architect of 432 Park Avenue, the current tallest residential building in New York City. Not only does this structure feature 130 condominiums, but it towers over Vinoly’s other high-rise. Each floor has only 4 residences, giving owners lots of room, and corner exposures in either a master bedroom or living room, as well as open loggias from which to enjoy the view. Vinoly designed the building so structural elements like columns don’t interrupt the impressive vistas of the city. Resident amenities include private storage, a fitness club with training and yoga studio, spa, steam room, library, and a suite for entertaining that features a kitchen and terrace. A full-time doorman and concierge, as well as a live-in super, children’s playroom, and a gaming lounge are also provided for residents.

Located in NoMad, 277 Fifth Ave. is near green spaces like Madison Square Park, world-class shopping in Flatiron, and the famous Empire State Building. It is also steps away from the Union Square Greenmarket, home to fresh local produce and gourmet foods, as well as Eataly, the Italian specialty market. One of the newest up-and-coming neighborhoods in the city, NoMad also has some of the best nightlife and culture. Art-lovers will revel in the pieces at The Whitney Museum and the Pace Gallery, and foodies will have plenty of opportunities to taste the delights of the city at numerous restaurants, such as The John Dory Oyster Bar, Eleven Madison Park, and Food52. Several subway stations serve the neighborhood, which makes a commute to other parts of the city a snap.

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Listing Courtesy of The Corcoran Group