At 76 stories, this building offers an exceptional variety of residences with views of New York City's downtown and midtown skylines, rivers, bridges and landmarks. The articulated facade of the building yields over 200 unique floor plans, which feature asymmetrical bay windows that expand into the apex of each curve. Stepping into these free form bays residents experience the city in a new perspective, and the sculptural qualities of the building itself become part of the view. design extends beyond the exterior of the building and into the interiors themselves. Floor plans take advantage of the organic shape of the exterior, and, as a result, niches have been formed that offer the opportunity for reading, dining, or just reflecting on the spectacular view. Every window has been fitted with solar shades that filter light and offer privacy without obscuring views. Enterior finishes and fixtures have all been designed and selected byThis building, beginning with brushed stainless steel entry door hardware designed by. This building, inspired by the organic forms found in nature. Custom cabinetry in kitchens and baths is fabricated with vertical grain Douglas Fir, a material whose fine grain and amber coloring combine to create an effect that is both polished and warm. Tones of light and charcoal gray in brushed stainless steel appliances, chrome fixtures, porcelain tile flooring, and quartz countertops complement this warmth. All elements of the interiors combine to create an aesthetic that is comfortable, light and modern.A comprehensive array of lifestyle and valet services is available to the residents, including move-in coordination, the development of custom furniture packages, weekly fresh flower delivery and expert housekeeping. In addition, the concierge can secure reservations at coveted restaurants, premier seating at live shows and performances, prepare custom travel arrangements, and oversee the planning of special events, including private parties held in This building's amenity spaces. Residents have exclusive access to a selection of exceptional health, wellness, social, and entertainment amenities accommodated by 22,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor spaces including 15,000 square feet of landscaped plazas and a Private Driveway to the Lobby through the Porte Cochere. On the 7th floor, where double height ceilings and glass window walls offer abundant natural light, social and entertainment spaces include a Private Dining Room and a large adjacent Drawing Room with multiple seating areas and a grand piano. Ideal for private parties, both can be reserved and serviced from the Chef's Demonstration and Catering Kitchen. This building's indoor swimming pool is set within a skylit space and surrounded by a series of glass doors that retract fully, opening to a wraparound sundeck with lounge chairs. Residents can also enjoy outdoor dining on the Grilling Terrace where cabanas with picnic tables, cafe seating and grills overlook the Woolworth building. The Screening Room, featuring custom designed amphitheatre seating byThis building, can be reserved for private parties. For the younger residents, the Children's Playroom and the Tweens' Den are outfitted with games and toys appropriate to their ages and interests. For adults, the Library, furnished with comfortable reading chairs and large worktables, offers a well-curated selection of books, magazines and periodicals. This building's Fitness Center offers a number of specialized areas. State-of-the-art cardio equipment and weights are in a 3,300 square foot, light filled space overlooking the Brooklyn Bridge. In addition there are dedicated studios for Group Fitness, Pilates and Private Training. A Spa Treatment Suite with private rooms is available for beauty and wellness sessions. Pet Policy1 Pet Per Apt up to 30 lbs. Non-Aggressive Breed Only and Must First Be Approved. Current Pet Photo & Current Vet Docs Required.