111 West 57th Street

111 West 57th Street, New York, NY


Finely tuned. Perfectly centered. The Manhattan tower and landmark reinvented.

Property Type:

Residential and Retail

Construction Type:

Adaptive reuse and new construction

Year Built:

1929 Steinway Hall; 2021 Tower

Square Footage:

572,000 GSF

Number of Units:

14 Landmark residences, 46 Tower residences


1,428 ft

With to height ratio:


Exterior Material:

Terra Cotta, Glass and Bronze


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111 West 57th Street represents a commitment to the quality of craft, history, and philosophy behind New York City’s classic skyscrapers. The historic Steinway Hall is reimagined and integrated with a modern new tower designed by SHoP Architects with interior architecture by Studio Sofield. The tower, a slender beacon rising to a soaring 1,428 feet, features features full-floor and duplex condominiums with unparalleled 360-degree views of Central Park and Downtown Manhattan. A façade of terra cotta, glass, and bronze filigree bring back the quality, materiality and details of historic New York towers, while taking advantage of the latest technology to push the limits of engineering and fabrication. With a width to height ratio of 1:24, 111 West 57th Street is the tallest, most slender skyscraper in the world.

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It’s practically calligraphic, it will glint on the skyline, thanks to a genuinely opulent exterior finished in terra-cotta and bronze

Justin Davidson, The New Yorker

Steinway Hall (left) integrated with a modern new tower (right) designed by SHoP Architects, perfectly centered on Central Park.


The history of 111 West 57th Street begins with the restoration and adaptation of New York City Landmark Steinway Hall

Architectural History

Historic Steinway Hall was designed by the celebrated firm Warren & Wetmore, whose artistic approach culminated in the classical proportions, carefully carved stonework, and picturesque roofline of the new home to the celebrated piano makers. In 2001, Steinway Hall was designated as a New York City landmark, hailed as a "timeless monument to classical music and architecture."

Pencil drawing of Steinway Hall on opening day by Hugh Ferris, 1925

Landmark Restoration

Through time-honored techniques and materials, JDS Construction restored the landmarked Steinway Hall and interior rotunda. Restoration included replacing the copper roof and lantern, cleaning the limestone, restoring brickwork, gilding decorative features on 57th Street, new double-hung windows, and more.

The comprehensive restoration of the landmarked exterior and rotunda interior utilized time-honored techniques and materials to restore decorative painting and gilding, copper roof and lantern, limestone, brick, and more.

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The tower: a slender beacon clad in terracotta and bronze, rising 1,428 feet high

Of all the new towers, it is the only one that gets even more delicate as it rises, ending not with a climactic crown but by almost disappearing into the sky.

Paul Goldberger, Vanity Fair

Terracotta runs the length of the skyscraper in 26 custom shapes and 6 color variations.

The end result gives a sensuous movement to the facade

The feathered setback and profile of 111 West 57th Street

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For me, it's considering the sequence of emotional experiences that someone is going to have when they walk through this building.

Bill Sofield, Studio Sofield, Interior Architect of 111 West 57th Street

P.E. Guerin foundry in the West Village, New York City

Custom hardware Installed in the 111 West 57th Street Lobby

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Residences by Studio Sofield

Tower Residences are private, full-floor or duplex layouts with ceiling heights of 14ft, most with unobstructed views of the Park and city skyline.

Tower Residence Floor Plan

Custom master bathroom featuring white onyx slab marble

Master bathroom details

Steinway Hall’s 14 pre-war residences were adapted into character-rich, classic layouts with traditional features like coved walls, stepped paneled doors and intricately patterned solid oak floors.

Landmark Penthouse Great Room in Steinway Hall


A piano loading dock turned private porte cochère

  • Exclusive concierge service
  • 24 hour doormen at both entrances
  • Private porte cochère entrance on 58th Street
  • Two-lane, 82' lap pool with private cabanas
  • Sauna and treatment rooms
  • Fitness center
  • Lounge with expansive outdoor terrace
  • Private dining room
  • Chef’s catering kitchen
  • Meeting rooms
  • Study
  • Golf Simulator
  • New York City's first indoor padel court

82' Indoor Lap Pool

Design by Studio Sofield



You’re going to sense the spirit of making and building. You’re going to sense that there are very much human hands involved in how this building begins to manifest itself.

Chris Sharples, SHoP Architects
Tower Architect:
Original Architect:

Warren and Wetmore (Steinway Hall)

Interior Architect:
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