Manhattan House, one of the first “White-Brick” buildings to be erected, is one of the most influential post-war buildings in New York City, presenting a clean, neat — almost Spartan – appearance, contrasting with the historical styles of earlier periods and the Art Deco stylizations of the 1920s and 1930s. Designed in 1950 by world-renowned architect and leading proponent of modern design, Gordon Bunshaft of the firm Skidmore Owings and Merrill, Manhattan House was designated a city landmark in 2007. The innovative setbacks of the building allow for elegant floor plans, multiple exposures and expansive views throughout the building. Composed of concrete, with a white brick façade, large windows, and cantilevered balconies with glass railing, this modernist icon has been thoroughly renovated with infrastructure, finishes and amenities that both respect its heritage and make it ideal for your contemporary lifestyle.


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