Manhattan, NY TF Cornerstone has opened and launched the leasing of their newest 44-story rental building in Hell’s Kitchen. With a design by Arquitectonica, 606W57 stands apart with amenity offerings, apartment layouts, views, and social opportunities.
“TF Cornerstone is thrilled to bring 606W57 - one of New York City’s largest residential buildings - to Manhattan’s West side,” said Zoe Elghanayan, principal at TF Cornerstone. “Drawing from the neighborhood’s rich history, coupling modern and traditional function and design choices, the building features a dynamic set of social and individual amenity offerings. With its spectacular amenities and incredible panoramic views, 606W57 will redefine waterfront living on the Hudson.”
Located at 606 West 57th St. between Eleventh and Twelfth Aves., 606W57 features a 50,000 s/f amenity and fitness complex. This includes indoor and outdoor lounges, BBQ grills, sundeck, club room, pet grooming, screening room, kids’ lounge and play area, gallery of communal and individual work areas, Social Stair, and other creativity-inspiring common areas. Signage was sourced and preserved from the garage formerly at the site and thoughtfully incorporated into the amenity spaces.
The fitness center features a full court basketball gym, Peloton bikes with an on-demand class streaming subscription, yoga and barre studio, cardio balcony, free weights and strength training, and stretching room.
Other amenities include “HomeWork,” TF Cornerstone’s signature coworking space, for residents. The building contains 1,028 units: 218 studios, 436 one-bedrooms, 343 two-bedrooms, and 31 three-bedrooms units.
Monthly rents start at $2,795.
The building also includes a 10,000 s/f Pre-K, which is in addition to 26,253 s/f of prime ground floor retail space – creating additional community amenities.
Adjacent to 606W57, TF Cornerstone and Karlssonwilker Inc. are developing a 28,000 s/f mural, which will explore the rich history of the neighborhood – culminating in a vision of an evolving skyline within NY’s historical landscape with carefully curated commissioned and public domain poetry. The mural is slated to be complete by fall 2018.