Residences with Curve Appeal

252 East 57 Street is the first new development commission for lauded ADA100 designer Daniel Romualdez who approached the project as a series of private commissions, allotting the same care and detail for each residence that he applies to private home projects. Spaces flow naturally into one another, custom kitchens prioritize functionality, floor and millwork showcase elevated ceiling heights and walls of windows capture Central Park, river and skyscraper views.

A Panoramic Perspective

Equidistant between Central Park and the East River, the block-long site offers iconic cityscape, park, and water views. With only two to four residences per floor, every home offers a double or triple exposure, capturing iconic panoramas of Manhattan's most important landmarks.
David Storey (b.1948). Double Eagle, 2012. Oil on canvas. 68 x 104 inches
Courtesy of the artist and Del Deo & Barzune, New York

Corner View Living Room

Designed for Grand Entertaining

More than a selection of condominiums, 252 East 57th Street offers unique homes in the sky. The sense of expansiveness starts at the entry where a formal gallery leads into the grandly scaled entertaining spaces.

Expansive by Design

Dining with Panoramic Views

Chef's Kitchen

The kitchen spaces are infused with wonderful natural light and spectacular views. Horizontal-grain walnut cabinetry is framed by a HanStone glass quartz countertop and backsplash. The finishing elements include a Dornbracht Elio polished chrome faucet, a 33" Kohler Stages collection sink with an integrated walnut cutting board and prep bowls, and fully integrated appliances with a vented Miele 36" five-burner gas cooktop and a wine refrigerator.

Culinary Craftsmanship

Master Bath Retreats

The luminosity of natural light inspired the selection of polished white Nanoglass walls and floors. The focal point is the 6' bathtub designed by Daniel Romualdez set in a granite bench. Additional luxuries include THG polished chrome fixtures by Alberto Pinto with multiple individually controlled shower heads, radiant heat flooring, heated towel bars, and Toto toilets, adaptable to the Washlet system.

Powder Room

Daniel Romualdez creates custom-designed palettes for both the secondary baths and powder rooms. The secondary baths are smartly tailored with white Carrara marble mosaic accent walls, porcelain tile floors, and Dornbracht Meta.02 polished chrome fixtures. Many residences also feature powder rooms. Daniel Romualdez finished these jewel-box spaces with hand-selected wallpaper and Striato Olimpico marble vanity with Dornbracht Tara polished chrome fixtures.

Master Bedroom




Overview

  • Landmark Views
  • Residences with Curve Appeal
  • Corner View Living Room
  • Master Bedroom
  • Expansive by Design
  • Culinary Craftmanship
  • Dining with Panoramic Views
  • Windowed Sanctuaries
  • Powder Room
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Residences with Curve Appeal

252 East 57 Street is the first new development commission for lauded ADA100 designer Daniel Romualdez who approached the project as a series of private commissions, allotting the same care and detail for each residence that he applies to private home projects. Spaces flow naturally into one another, custom kitchens prioritize functionality, floor and millwork showcase elevated ceiling heights and walls of windows capture Central Park, river and skyscraper views.

A Panoramic Perspective

Equidistant between Central Park and the East River, the block-long site offers iconic cityscape, park, and water views. With only two to four residences per floor, every home offers a double or triple exposure, capturing iconic panoramas of Manhattan's most important landmarks.

Corner View Living Room

David Storey (b.1948). Double Eagle, 2012. Oil on canvas. 68 x 104 inches Courtesy of the artist and Del Deo & Barzune, New York

Designed for Grand Entertaining

More than a selection of condominiums, 252 East 57th Street offers unique homes in the sky. The sense of expansiveness starts at the entry where a formal gallery leads into the grandly scaled entertaining spaces.

Expansive by Design

Dining with Panoramic Views

Chef's Kitchen

The kitchen spaces are infused with wonderful natural light and spectacular views. Horizontal-grain walnut cabinetry is framed by a HanStone glass quartz countertop and backsplash. The finishing elements include a Dornbracht Elio polished chrome faucet, a 33" Kohler Stages collection sink with an integrated walnut cutting board and prep bowls, and fully integrated appliances with a vented Miele 36" five-burner gas cooktop and a wine refrigerator.

Culinary Craftsmanship

Master Bath Retreats

The luminosity of natural light inspired the selection of polished white Nanoglass walls and floors. The focal point is the 6' bathtub designed by Daniel Romualdez set in a granite bench. Additional luxuries include THG polished chrome fixtures by Alberto Pinto with multiple individually controlled shower heads, radiant heat flooring, heated towel bars, and Toto toilets, adaptable to the Washlet system.

Powder Room

Daniel Romualdez creates custom-designed palettes for both the secondary baths and powder rooms. The secondary baths are smartly tailored with white Carrara marble mosaic accent walls, porcelain tile floors, and Dornbracht Meta.02 polished chrome fixtures. Many residences also feature powder rooms. Daniel Romualdez finished these jewel-box spaces with hand-selected wallpaper and Striato Olimpico marble vanity with Dornbracht Tara polished chrome fixtures.

Master Bedroom

Overview

  • Landmark Views
  • Residences with Curve Appeal
  • Corner View Living Room
  • Master Bedroom
  • Expansive by Design
  • Culinary Craftmanship
  • Dining with Panoramic Views
  • Windowed Sanctuaries
  • Powder Room