Step inside 130 William Street, one of NYC's finest new skyscrapers

The newly completed 66-story luxury high-rise soaring above Lower Manhattan at 130 William Street has already started welcoming its first residents.

This means we get a chance to peek inside the first completed residences at the architecturally distinct tower whose exteriors and interiors were both designed by acclaimed architect David Adjaye.

Adjaye himself designed all the fixtures and hardware throughout the residences in a beautiful, burnished bronze finish — to complement the architecture of the building in a most flattering way.

An elegant addition to the New York skyline, the 130 William Street building features 242 residences ranging in size from studios to four-bedroom condos. Let's take a look! 

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With prices going from $1.6 million to $6.9 million, the condos have a unique and upscale design, framed by oversized arched windows.

The recently-unveiled model residences give us a good idea of what 130 William Street offers its residents: open, bright floorplans, dramatic views of the city, and designer furnishings.

In fact, Adjaye custom-designed all the finishing touches, including faucets, showerheads, accessories, and door handles.

The kitchens are no less impressive,  with custom Pedini Italian millwork cabinetry, state-of-the-art Gaggenau appliances, and hand-selected stone countertops sourced from Tuscany, Italy.

The bedrooms and bathrooms pair comfort and style, with select bedrooms featuring a luxurious upholstered platform king-size bed with a 96” headboard.

The bathrooms are dressed in textured Italian marble and come with spacious walk-in showers, soaking tubs, custom vanities, and specially designed (by Adjaye himself) illuminated medicine cabinets.

130 William Street’s design is a refreshing change from the typical glass-clad towers that line the Manhattan skyline, and instead embraces New York’s history of masonry architecture.

Designed by Adjaye Associates in collaboration with Hill West, and developed by the Lightstone Group, the skyscraper’s façade evokes old New York City’s urban fabric.

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Photos by Michael Kleinberg courtesy of Optimist Consulting