Puck Penthouses: A limited-edition collection of just six iconic penthouses atop the fabled Puck Building in the heart of SoHo, these sprawling condominium loft Penthouses have been reverentially crafted to retain their inherent loft characteristics with barrel-vault brick ceilings, cast-iron columns, and oversize windows. The quintessential “downtown” neighborhood, SoHo is defined by its cobblestone streets, landmarked 20th-century architecture, and world-class dining and shopping.
11 East 68th Street, The Marquand: Located on Madison Avenue and 68th Street, The Marquand is a New York City landmark that represents a marriage of the finest in space and elegance. This Beaux Arts Revival–style building, built in 1913, has been carefully restored and modernized by the award-winning architectural firms of Shelton, Mindel & Associates and Beyer Blinder Belle Architects.
The Sterling Mason: A modern reflection of historic TriBeCa. Located at 71 Laight Street, The Sterling Mason offers unparalleled services and amenities. Thirty-three distinctive residences include three bespoke penthouses with sweeping landscaped terraces in a private enclave designed by Christine and John Gachot.
10 Madison Square West: Overlooking historic Madison Square Park, fourteen tower residences designed by award-winning designer Alan Wanzenberg have been elegantly imagined for contemporary living. Each exquisite tower residence features 11-foot ceilings, oversized kitchens and exceptionally spacious Master Suites. Residents will enjoy a 10,000-sq.-ft. Residents’ Club including a fitness center managed by The Wright Fit and a 60-foot lap pool with steam and sauna rooms.
The Schumacher | No. 36 Bleecker Street: Crowning the top of this majestic historic Queen Anne Victorian and Romanesque Revival–style structure are three rare penthouses, each of which has been exquisitely crafted by a team of visionary tastemakers, including Morris Adjmi of Morris Adjmi Architects, to offer the finest in downtown loft living for the most discerning buyers. Celebrated gallerist Cristina Grajales was selected to curate the art and furniture for the lobby and public spaces.
33 East 74th Street: On Madison Avenue, adjacent to the Whitney Museum of American Art, is a collection of ten spectacular residences. With meticulous attention to detail and a carefully curated sense of style, these bespoke and timeless residences embrace the quiet confidence and classic elegance that define this world-renowned neighborhood.
Walker Tower: Ralph Walker’s 1929 architectural masterpiece incorporates the building’s original design details and all of the conveniences of upscale, modern living. The residences at Walker Tower rise high above its surroundings and feature stunning 360-degree Manhattan views along with an unsurpassed level of detail never before realized.
Faena House: An extraordinary, 18-story oceanfront luxury condominium situated on the widest stretch of white sand in all of Miami Beach. Envisioned by Alan Faena and designed by internationally renowned architects Foster+Partners, these exclusive residences feature a true indoor/outdoor living experience with aleros that bring sweeping city and ocean views inside.
The Residences at the Miami Beach EDITION: Ian Schrager presents 26 one-of-a-kind sophisticated and stylish “Homes in the Sky” designed by world-renowned architect John Pawson. The Residences at The Miami Beach EDITION offer the embodiment of the “good life”—luxurious homes where one can live with pleasure and without effort by enjoying priority access to all EDITION hotel services and amenities.