611 West 56th Street is the first building in the United States designed by Pritzker Prize-winning master architect Álvaro Siza, with exquisitely crafted interiors by Gabellini Sheppard. Siza, who at 86 is one of the world’s most revered master architects, is known for his style that has been described as ‘poetic modernism’. Siza envisioned the building as a pure, monolithic volume wrapped in Perla Bianca limestone from Turkey. The 37-story condominium tower in Midtown West has 80 condominium residences ranging from one- to four-bedrooms, including expansive penthouses and duplex maisonettes featuring private terraces. It will offer unobstructed views of the nearby Hudson River, south to Hudson Yards and east to the glittering Midtown Manhattan skyline. 611 West 56th Street exudes the spirit of a boutique collection of custom homes, with the majority of its condominium residences featuring direct elevator entry. 611 West 56th Street presents a historic architectural moment for New York City and a rare opportunity to own a home by Álvaro Siza, currently under construction in one of Manhattan’s most exciting enclaves of contemporary architecture: Hudson West.
High-end amenities include: landscaped garden with custom sculpture by Álvaro Siza, residents’ lounge, fitness studio with separate yoga and boxing rooms, children’s playroom, and parking.