111 West 57th Street, also known as Steinway Tower, is a noteworthy addition to New York City's skyline, particularly for its unique blend of historic and modern architecture. The building features 60 luxury condominiums divided between the original Steinway Hall and a new slender tower, making it the fourth-tallest building in the United States as of November 2022, as well as the world's thinnest skyscraper with a width-to-height ratio of about 1:24. Steinway Hall, recognized as a New York City landmark, showcases a facade primarily made of brick, limestone, and terracotta, while the tower is distinguished by its glass facade with terracotta piers and numerous setbacks on the southern side.
The interiors, reimagined by Studio Sofield, maintain a delicate balance between the building’s historic roots in the 1920s and contemporary luxury living. The full-floor homes are designed with floor-to-ceiling windows offering views centered on Central Park, kitchens crafted for both efficiency and aesthetic appeal, spacious master bedrooms with ample light, and bathrooms equipped with custom antique polished freestanding tubs and bronze fixtures.
Amenities for residents are comprehensive, matching the building's luxurious appeal. These include a 24-7 doorman, concierge service, an 82-foot lap pool surrounded by cabanas and a lounge, and a terrace designed for relaxation or outdoor dining, all aimed at providing unparalleled service and comfort.
111 West 57th Street stands as a testament to New York City's architectural evolution, marrying the grandeur of the past with the aspirations of the present, and offering an unmatched living experience on Billionaires' Row.