111 Murray street is a luxury residential tower in new York’s Tribeca neighbourhood, designed by Kohn Pedersen Fox. The sculptural 64-storey structure is wrapped with curved glazing, which expands as it reaches its peak. The crystalline façade is prominent from both outside and inside the building, offering uninterrupted views across the city. Internally, residences have been designed keeping in mind the wide range of amenity spaces. At ground level, the entrance is surrounded by landscaped gardens, establishing a tranquil point of arrival. A welcoming entrance greets residents, seeking to provide an immediate respite from the city streets. The 24-hour attended lobby comprises several distinct spaces that feature bold, natural materials including anodized steel walls, custom hand-blown glass lighting, and travertine floors. Glass-walled homes have been designed with German firm to create bespoke hardware throughout the residences. In a sleek black chrome finish, each kitchen, bathroom, and powder room will be outfitted in fixtures exclusive to 111 Murray Street. Featuring a palette of natural materials, open living spaces seek to provide a warm counterpoint to the high ceilings and full-height windows. Spanning over 20,000 square feet, amenities include a shared lounge, a 75-foot lap pool, and a spa complete with a Turkish bath. A lounge with 15-foot ceilings and an oversize stone and steel fireplace overlooks a water wall and reflecting pool, while a patisserie and grand private dining room all look out over an enclosed private garden. It is believed that the project will complete in 2018.