The New Shape of 57th Street

Soaring over 700 feet at the gateway to one of the world's most desirable residential boulevards, 252 East 57th Street's striking curved-glass silhouette is a magnificent addition to the Manhattan skyline. The expansive homes start on the 36th floor with panoramic views that stretch from the George Washington Bridge to Central Park to the East River. The 93 residences are enhanced by a thoughtful collection of amenities that emphasize privacy and exclusivity, including a gated porte-cochère, automated parking, 75 foot pool and 34th Floor Club. 252 East 57th Street is committed to sustainability and anticipates LEED Silver certification.

Skidmore, Owings & Merrill

Roger Duffy

Designed by SOM under the creative direction of partner Roger Duffy, FAIA, 252 East 57th Street is defined by a considered relationship between its exterior and interior architecture, providing great aesthetic integrity, elegance, and distinction. Curved Italian glass meets the sky, giving the 65-story tower a sculpted silhouette from every vantage. The tower's form, inspired by the famous vase designed by Alvar Aalto, creates unique perspectives of the city's panoramic vistas, including Central Park and the East River.

Daniel Romualdez

Architect and designer Daniel Romualdez is globally renowned within an elite group of tastemakers for the creation of exquisitely sophisticated interiors. After coming to the United States to study at Yale and Columbia universities, Romualdez worked for architectural luminaries Thierry Despont and Robert A.M. Stern before establishing his own eponymous firm in Manhattan in 1993. Called “a connoisseur with tremendous range” by architecture critic Paul Goldberger of The New Yorker, Romualdez is known for interior design that deftly juxtaposes modest and fine materials, elegantly integrating classical style with modern influences. Named to Architectural Digest’s prestigious AD100 list, Romualdez has also been profiled by leading international publications including Vogue, The Wall Street Journal, and Departures.

57th Street Entrance

Angled opaque glass panels and a secondary inner glass wall create a tranquil and exclusive entrance.

A Private Arrival

An elegant bridged entry leads residents over a reflecting pool to the attended lobby, with undulating concierge desk and living green wall designed by Mathews Nielsen Landscape Architects.

Inspired by Nature

Stone, wood, water, greenery, and glass are masterfully combined to create a serene reception lobby flooded by natural light.

Concierge Lobby

Walnut Sitting Room

An Exclusive Arrival

One of 252 East 57th Street’s defining features is a gated, attended interior porte-cochère. Within the porte-cochère is the largest automated parking garage in New York with electric car charging stations exclusively reserved for residents.

Gated Porte-Cochere

Residential Hallway



Overview

  • The New Shape of 57th Street
  • 57th Street Entrance
  • A Private Arrival
  • Concierge Lobby
  • Walnut Sitting Room
  • Gated Porte-Cochère
  • Residential Hallway
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The New Shape of 57th Street

Soaring over 700 feet at the gateway to one of the world's most desirable residential boulevards, 252 East 57th Street's striking curved-glass silhouette is a magnificent addition to the Manhattan skyline. The expansive homes start on the 36th floor with panoramic views that stretch from the George Washington Bridge to Central Park to the East River. The 93 residences are enhanced by a thoughtful collection of amenities that emphasize privacy and exclusivity, including a gated porte-cochère, automated parking, 75 foot pool and 34th Floor Club. 252 East 57th Street is committed to sustainability and anticipates LEED Silver certification.

Skidmore, Owings & Merrill

Roger Duffy

Designed by SOM under the creative direction of partner Roger Duffy, FAIA, 252 East 57th Street is defined by a considered relationship between its exterior and interior architecture, providing great aesthetic integrity, elegance, and distinction. Curved Italian glass meets the sky, giving the 65-story tower a sculpted silhouette from every vantage. The tower's form, inspired by the famous vase designed by Alvar Aalto, creates unique perspectives of the city's panoramic vistas, including Central Park and the East River.

Daniel Romualdez

Architect and designer Daniel Romualdez is globally renowned within an elite group of tastemakers for the creation of exquisitely sophisticated interiors. After coming to the United States to study at Yale and Columbia universities, Romualdez worked for architectural luminaries Thierry Despont and Robert A.M. Stern before establishing his own eponymous firm in Manhattan in 1993. Called “a connoisseur with tremendous range” by architecture critic Paul Goldberger of The New Yorker, Romualdez is known for interior design that deftly juxtaposes modest and fine materials, elegantly integrating classical style with modern influences. Named to Architectural Digest’s prestigious AD100 list, Romualdez has also been profiled by leading international publications including Vogue, The Wall Street Journal, and Departures.

57th Street Entrance

Angled opaque glass panels and a secondary inner glass wall create a tranquil and exclusive entrance.

A Private Arrival

An elegant bridged entry leads residents over a reflecting pool to the attended lobby, with undulating concierge desk and living green wall designed by Mathews Nielsen Landscape Architects.

Inspired by Nature

Stone, wood, water, greenery, and glass are masterfully combined to create a serene reception lobby flooded by natural light.

Concierge Lobby

Walnut Sitting Room

An Exclusive Arrival

One of 252 East 57th Street’s defining features is a gated, attended interior porte-cochère. Within the porte-cochère is the largest automated parking garage in New York with electric car charging stations exclusively reserved for residents.

Gated Porte-Cochere

Residential Hallway

Overview

  • The New Shape of 57th Street
  • 57th Street Entrance
  • A Private Arrival
  • Concierge Lobby
  • Walnut Sitting Room
  • Gated Porte-Cochère
  • Residential Hallway