111 Murray Street, a residential skyscraper in Tribeca, Manhattan, was completed in 2018. This striking development, a collaboration between the Witkoff Group and Fisher Brothers, towers at 792 feet with 58 floors, offering 156 luxury condominiums. Designed by the acclaimed Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates alongside Goldstein, Hill & West Architects, the building is characterized by its curved glass façade, which provides expansive views of the city in every direction.
The architecture of 111 Murray Street features a sculptural tower that gently expands as it ascends, culminating in a graceful, distinctive crown. This design choice not only makes a bold statement on the New York City skyline but also ensures that the residences offer uninterrupted views of the surrounding rivers and cityscape. The building's entry is surrounded by landscaped gardens, creating an elegant and tranquil arrival experience for residents.
111 Murray Street's lobby, designed by David Rockwell, features an interplay of bold, natural materials including anodized steel walls, custom hand-blown glass lighting, and travertine floors. This area evolves throughout the day into several distinct spaces, reflecting the surrounding green spaces and bringing a sense of the outside into the building.