New York City’s Best Development Projects That You Must Visit – Also known as the city of dreams, the famous Big Apple is one of the most inspiring cities in the world in terms of modern architecture, luxury development projects and Pied-à-Terre interiors!
New York City is famous for its historical landmarks but also because of its innovative architecture examples. After the tragic destruction of the famous twin tours at the 9 eleven incident, the city had an exponential evolution in terms of modern architecture. These incredible examples are some of the most inspirational architecture ideas that are being developed by the top real states companies!
#1 CENTRAL PARK TOWER
Elegant and graceful, its strong presence positions the Central Park Tower is one of the most beautiful skyscrapers along the Manhattan skyline. The interiors were created by Rottet Studio and developed by Extell Development, this incredible modern building will house 179 of the most exclusive homes in the world.
Designed by Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture (AS+GG) the Central Park Tower building is the tallest residential building in the city and in the world. With 300 feet high the modern design tower cantilevers to the East, creating Central Park views for all north-facing luxury residences.
#2 AMERICAN COPPER BUILDINGS
The stunning modern architecture structure of this incredible development project is what makes the American Copper Buildings is named as the new skyline icon of New York City! The two copper-clad towers that meet in the in the middle of the modern architecture structure has a new sculptural design that brings a new dynamism to an overlooked area of the city.
Located at 626 1st Avenue in the famous Big Apple, the modern design project was designed by SHoP Architects and developed by JDS Development Group. Each tower design offers over 300 one-of-a-kind interiors with stunning views of the Empire State Building, East River and the Manhattan skyline.
#3 3 WORLD TRADE CENTER
Designed by Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners, with a $900 million budget, the 3WTC is instantly recognizable by its innovative “K” brace. Developed was Silverstein Properties, this modern building features a column-free structure with inspiring workspaces and floor-to-ceiling windows saturate every corner of the floor with natural light.
Tower 3 is located at 175 Greenwich Street, in New York City, and has the goal to be the new modern commercial skyscraper in town. The building’s external steel framing seamlessly integrates the triumphant community of World Trade Center architecture.