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Pritzker Prize winner Jean Nouvel is changing the look of the New York City skyline with his latest skyscraper at 53 West 53rd Street. The building, located next to the famed Museum of Modern Art, will be home to 139 luxury residences when it is completed in 2018.

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The Museum of Modern Art is scoring some extra square footage courtesy of Jean Nouvel’s midtown tower at 53 West 53rd Street. The sleek, reflective building will house 139 luxury residences in addition to three dedicated galleries into which the museum will expand.

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Extensive in-house amenities, staff and services elevate the living experience at 53 West 53 to that of a super-luxury hotel. Each resident will also receive title to a unique Benefactor W53 membership at MoMA, affording many substantial museum benefits and privileges.

Wallpaper: High Flyer: A Vision Of Jean Nouvel’s Addition To New York’s Soaring Skyline

French architect Jean Nouvel has crafted an archetype for future skyscrapers with his innovative 1,050-foot tower at 53 West 53rd Street. Thanks to the purchase of air rights from The Museum of Modern Art, the residences within the unique structure will provide views of Central Park and the Manhattan skyline. The tower’s three lower levels will connect to the museum, a perk exclusive to the development.

NY Times: Next To MoMA, A Tower Will Reach For The Stars

Situated alongside The Museum of Modern Art, architect Jean Nouvel’s Midtown tower at 53 West 53rd Street is quickly becoming one of New York’s most iconic buildings. Known by locals as “The MoMA Tower,” the sleek skyscraper’s glass and steel exterior adds stylish contrast to the city’s skyline, while its three lowest floors maintain the neighborhood’s current focal point by serving as additional MoMA gallery space.

Bloomberg: Inside New York’s Newest Architectural Masterpiece

Architect Jean Nouvel’s MoMA-adjacent Midtown tower, 53 West 53rd Street, is welcoming future residents nearly a decade after the ambitious project was initially conceived. The building will be replete with amenities unavailable to any other Manhattanites; in addition to living with some of the world’s greatest art, which will occupy the building’s first three floors courtesy of The Museum of Modern Art, residents can enjoy access to a private dining room, wine vaults, and an in-house screening room.


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