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Manhattan's ultimate residential building
Designed as the AOl/Time Warner building, this glass sheathed building rises about 80 stories into the heavens.
With floor to ceiling windows from every floor, this building commands some of the most spectacular views of Central Park and the surrounding buildings. rising above the Time Warner Center which houses gourmet shops, clothing stores, and of course there is the Equinox health club.
Located in the basement of the Time Warner center is Whole Foods.
The views from two towers are unparalleled. If you were to able to go up to the 80th floor of this building, you would be able to see from one side of Manhattan to the other. Just spectacular. And if you could afford the price tag of an apartment in this building, then you would be a very lucky person.
Built in 2003, this 80 story building houses one of the most discerning hotels in the world, The Mandarin Oriental Hotel. This hotel has been the stomping grounds of the rich and famous for years and attracts some very notable buyers and lookers on a continual basis.
The Architect of this building is David Childs of Skidmore and Merryl. This was only after the City interviewed many architects for the job.
The Related companies, The Palladium Co. and Apollo Real Estate Advisors ultimately were the developers on this project-despite the loud choruses of other developers and civic activists in New York City.
The site of the building encompasses an entire block and the two towers vault up over the commercial pavilion below a full 80 Stories. Inside the pavilion, there are numerous very expensive stores, including, but not limited to Hugo Boss, Borders bookstores, & Whole foods.