252 East 57th Street received a 2018 Award for Excellence in Development from the Urban Land Institute, and Moynihan Train Hall's West End Concourse was selected as a finalist in the awards program. The two projects are honored as significant contributions to the urban fabric of New York City.
In a feature on the SOM-designed 252 East 57th Street, The Real Deal highlights the building's elegant design. SOM Design Partner Roger Duffy sheds light on the inspiration behind the tower, which is located on New York's "Billionaires' Row."
Five SOM projects are featured in "CTBUH Year in Review," an annual report with data on the world's new tallest buildings. Beijing Greenland Center, Tanjong Pagar Centre, 252 E. 57th Street, Ningbo Bank of China, and Chongqing Rural Commercial Bank Financial Building made the list.
New York YIMBY, a real estate development website, shares new renderings of the SOM-designed residential tower at 252 East 57th Street in Manhattan. Nearly complete, the skyscraper topped out in October 2015 at 715 feet.
Curbed shines its spotlight on 252 East 57th Street, a 65-story building in New York City designed by SOM. The luxury mixed-use tower features a distinctive glazed facade and views of Central Park and the East River.
SOM Associate Director Christoph Timm authors a Glastory blog post on the use of hot bent glass in building design, citing 252 East 57th Street in Manhattan as a case study. Timm examines the balance of aesthetics and cost to create the optimal combination of flat and curved glass.
Architectural Record’s recent feature on the opportunities and challenges of public-private partnership says 252 East 57th Street embodies the mutual benefits of this development approach. The SOM-designed project expertly combines a 65-story residential tower, commercial space, and public school facilities in the heart of Manhattan.
The New York Post includes 252 East 57th Street in a roundup of new luxury real estate in Manhattan. Designed by SOM, the 65-story tower will have a unique and dynamic presence in the skyline.
SOM’s 252 East 57th Street, a 65-story tower currently under construction in New York City, will feature an gracious porte cochère at ground level. This increasingly popular amenity at luxury high-rises is spotlighted in a recent article in the Wall Street Journal.
Curbed shines the spotlight on SOM’s 252 East 57th Street project. The residential tower will feature a curved glass facade that maximizes views of its Manhattan surroundings.