Upon completion in 2020, Sir David Adjaye’s 130 William will rise 66 stories above Manhattan’s gridded streets to lofty heights, graceful arches recalling Italy’s Palazzo della Civiltà Italiana extend skyward, layer upon layer, an exterior design which conveys imposing, understated luxury at its finest.
The lucky residents of this soon to be snatched-up address will have access, via their HOA fees ranging from $510 to $2,024 per month based on unit size, to amenities such as a certified Imax theater, pool, gym, basketball court, children’s playroom, and much, much more. All the public rooms meditate on the arch, on its form, translation, and connectivity.
The private residences feature all the “correct” features: honed Italian marbles, walls of glass, white oak flooring, terraces, forever views. What more could you ask for?
Each floor plan takes into account its own unique position within the building, and how this shapes its interactions with the surrounding cityscape. The higher one gets, the more interesting and varied the floor plans become, for, as the old saying goes, money talks.
Upon completion in 2020, 130 William will include 244 units within 66 stories, which currently range from $1,355,990 for a north-facing 1 bedroom, 1 bath unit encompassing 748 square feet on the building’s 18th floor to a 58th floor 3 bedroom, 3.5 bathroom, 2,470 square foot loggia residence, complete with a private 863 square foot covered terrace and south, west, and eastern views listed for $6,925,990. The Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group is in charge of sales for the building.
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