Originally known as the Beekman Tower, New York by Gehry is a truly fascinating skyscraper. Standing 870 feet tall and located in the Financial District, it is the tallest building in the western hemisphere. The building has an awe-inspiring 903 apartments, a public school for 630 students, and a 21,000 square-foot medical center on its premises.
This building is considered to be the first residential commission in NYC for architect Frank Gehry who moved away from Manhattan’s typical high-rise buildings by designing this huge Manhattan property with enthralling waves made of reinforced concrete. This display also reflects the changing light and transforms the appearance of the building throughout the day. His distinct design style can also be seen in the building's interiors, extending into each of the apartments. The units are provided with cutting-edge custom furnishings and installations. They have oversized windows allowing residents to take in the sights of the city.
Residents also have access to 22,000 square feet of amenities which include access to entertainment and wellness areas both indoors and outdoors. The area is also very close to most of the subway lines as well as commercial establishments, schools and parks.