View from the Encore
Thanks to the technological advances currently powering the green building rise in Manhattan real estate, the list of benefits of living in a green building grows seemingly every day. Keep up with New York’s rental trend, and go green with these new LEED certified luxury buildings:
At the heart of Lincoln Square, you’ll find The Encore. Glenwood Management brings this 48-story tower to 175 W 60th Street, with 257 residential units. The building includes state-of-the-art fitness center, 50 ft glass top swimming pool that sits on the rooftop, bike storage, children’s playroom, and more. Built in 2016, this residential building is the hottest and newest LEED certified luxury rental in the Upper West Side.
Sitting between Second and Third Avenue on 92nd street is Handel Architects newest edition to the Upper East Side. The building rises 36 floors, and is filled with 183 homes, boasting amenities such as extra storage space, lounge, and an on-site, full-service Equinox fitness club. Each home is designed by award winning interior designer, S. Russell, featuring modern wooden cabinetry in the open kitchen plan, along with hardwood floors, and high ceilings with walls of oversized windows.
Located in the middle of Manhattan, just as the name is shortened to, is The Related Companies newest green, residential rental at 450 West 42nd Street. With 63 floors, this tower hold 623 spacious homes that bathe in natural light with their floor-to-ceiling windows. Residents can enjoy the view of Midtown Manhattan, at their open gourmet kitchen, filled with custom cabinetry. 450 West 42nd Street holds the place for the hottest LEED certified building in Midtown West.