53 West 53rd Street // Midtown

53 West 53rd

High above the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in Midtown Manhattan, you’ll find 53 West 53rd Street (informally known as the MoMa Tower), a light-filled condominium standing at 1,050 feet and 82 stories.

Designed by renowned French architect Jean Nouvel, the unmissable tapered tower at 53 West 53rd Street is located a few blocks south from Central Park and feet away from Fifth Avenue. The architect and his firm Ateliers Jean Nouvel (AJN), known for an array of celebrated projects around the world like the National Museum of Qatar in Doha and 40 Mercer in Manhattan, exposed the steel structural system of the building with floor-to-ceiling windows redefining the Manhattan skyline.

Inside the tower’s impressive façade, art and luxury find the perfect marriage. At the base of 53W53, you’ll find three floors of exhibition galleries for the MoMA. Above some of the world’s most valuable art, the exclusive building houses 139 residences, from one-bedrooms to duplex penthouses with private elevators, with interiors designed by New York- based architect Thierry Despont. Outside the tower, Midtown Manhattan offers access to performances and shows at Radio City Music Hall and the Theatre District, some of the best shopping in the world on Fifth Avenue, and green spaces at Central Park.
Built: 2019
Architect: Jean Nouvel
Developer: HInes, Pontiac Land Group, Goldman Sachs Group

Amenities: 24-hour concierge, housekeeping services, valet parking, a private theatre, a golf simulator, a wine tasting room, and a 65-foot pool featuring stunning vertical gardens