High Rise Luxury in Midtown chooses EZYJamb/ROCYork for minimal interior spaces…
At the centre of it all and amidst the hustle of NYC tourism and construction, you will find some of the most luxurious condominiums being erected.
The former failed hotel Flatotel located at 135 West 52nd Street is being converted into condominiums and remaking itself as the "affordable luxury" home-base of Midtown.
135 West 52nd offers new condominiums for sale in New York’s most exciting Midtown Manhattan location where Broadway, Fifth Avenue and Central Park meet.
The 47 storey building is undergoing an extreme makeover and will include 109 apartments that range from one to four bedrooms. Five spectacular penthouses are also planned, plus 12,000 square feet of amenities packed into a residents’ club. Prices are set to range from $1.5 million to over $15 million. EZYJamb clean line frames and concealed hinges from ROCYork were used to complete the flush interior walls.
French lighting artist Thierry Dreyfus was engaged to design a “prominent and permanent” 40-storey LED light installation for the building’s facade. Dreyfus is world renowned for his installations in the United States, France and China including Chateau de Versailles and Notre Dame, Lyon Biennale and the Grand Biennale.
This hotel to condo conversion project has been estimated to cost $250 million.