The Residences

An Elevated Vision

Quay Tower homes feature stunning panoramic views of the Manhattan Skyline, New York Harbor, Downtown Brooklyn, and beyond.

 

Interiors by Marmol Radziner

Wood, stone, and metal are the pillars of AD-100 firm Marmol Radziner’s carefully balanced interior design philosophy, thoughtfully applied to its first East Coast new development. Homes are warm and inviting, designed to be loved and lived in.

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Windowed Kitchens with Incredible Views

Custom Marmol Radziner kitchens are at the heart of each home. Gaggenau appliance packages and custom-designed hardware add ornament against white oak cabinetry and White Quartzite countertops, backsplashes, and hood surrounds.

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INSPIRED, LIGHT-FILLED HOMES

Marmol Radziner’s skillful attention to detail helps accentuate the postcard views from the double exposures found in a majority of Quay Tower’s homes. Floor to ceiling windows flood residences with an abundance of natural light.

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MASTER BATHS WITH STUNNING VIEWS

Travertine marble slabs imported from Italy cover walls and radiant-heated floors, while custom oak vanities with specialty night lighting are lavishly accentuated by overscale polished nickel medicine cabinets.   

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JACK & JILL BATHROOM

Quay Tower’s secondary bathrooms are styled with Venetino marble tiles and are accessorized with bespoke stools, perfect for children needing a little extra boost. Custom vanities and medicine cabinets offer thoughtful storage.

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POWDER ROOM

Quay Tower’s powder rooms are both understated and elegant. Calacatta Borghini marble adds depth against a smoked-bronze framed mirror and a custom lucite and polished nickel sconce.

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MUDROOM: A Park Lover's Must Have

Quay Tower mudrooms, accessed through secondary entrances and available in select residences, are a rare treat in New York City. A cork wall is perfect for displaying kid’s art, while Italian cabinetry keeps outerwear and athletic equipment organized. Mudrooms include a full size washer and vented dryer, too.

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