Here’s the newly-unveiled façade of 118 East 59th St.

Check out the full rendering after the jump

TRD New York /
May.May 09, 2015 12:00 PM

Asian investment firm Euro Properties has finally revealed the exterior of the 38-story tower it plans to bring to 118 East 59th Street.

The tower is notable as the first city building developed entirely by a Chinese firm. But its design by Singaporean architect Soo Chan is proving to be equally eye-catching.

Euro Properties told the New York Times that the foundation will be poured in the coming months and that sales will launch in September. Amenities will include a gym and “treatment rooms for massages and a lounge with outdoor gardens.”

 

As The Real Deal previously reported, Euro Properties wants to top off the mixed-use tower with a $30 million penthouse. The total offering is for $210.6 million. [NYT | Curbed]Christopher Cameron


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