The Sheffield is a 58-story luxury condominium conversion at 322 West 57th Street in Manhattan. Floor plans and interiors in the conversion were designed by Cetra/Ruddy Architects. Among the buildings many amenities are a pet spa and a glass-enclosed rooftop pool.
The Sheffield was built in the late 1970s as a rental by Rose Associates. In 2005 Kent Swig
and partners bought it for $418 million. At the time, it was occupied by more than 800 market-rate and rent-stabilized tenants. Swig changed the name to Sheffield57 and began converting the building into luxury condos which provoked a number of law suits and conflicts with tenants. In one instance Swig was reported to have hired a marching band to interfere with a protest of the conversion staged by then residents of Sheffield57. In 2008, then business partner Yari Levy allegedly struck Swig on the shoulder with an ice bucket during a fight over the use of construction funds. Two years into post-conversion, Sheffield57 had only sold 40 percent of 597 apartments. Fortress Investment Group
acquired the building in a 2009 foreclosure auction and the building once again became known as simply The Sheffield.
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...the daughter of Patty Hearst, has sold her condo at the Sheffield at 322 West 57th Street for $2.45 million, according to property records...
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...From left: the Sheffield, the W Downtown and 99 John Deco Lofts
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...The Sheffield condominium board has gone to court to force the eviction...
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...be on the park, Urgo said.
She contrasted One57 to the Sheffield, down the street at 322 West 57th Street between Eighth and...
...A penthouse unit in the Sheffield and Marketing Directors President Jacqueline Urgo
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Hearst purchased floors two through six and part of the seventh in the residential tower next door to its headquarters for $95 million. The publishing company also acquired the retail portion of the building and a parking garage.
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