Live at Solari
The excitement of Manhattan is beautifully expressed at Solari, beginning with soaring 10’-12’ ceilings, spectacular city views, and rich engineered wood floors from Spain. Kitchens offer custom Italian Stevali cabinetry with soft-close technology, imported Italian tiling, Caesarstone countertops, and stainless steel appliances. Pampered master baths also invite with high-level finishes, including imported Italian tiling, custom Italian vanities with Caesarstone tops, Grohe fixtures, and Kohler tubs.
Be pampered. Be spoiled. Be home.
Lush amenities are Solari’s hallmark. Begin every day with laps in the 40’ indoor spa pool, a Life Fitness Health Club workout, or a deep stretch in the yoga studio. Hold business meetings in the conference room without ever leaving home, or work on your swing with the golf simulator.
Empire State Building. Herald Square. NoMad. Transportation nexus.
A myriad of shops, restaurants, hotels, schools, and entertainment venues surround Solari.
A world-famous destination deserves the perfect world-class residence.
Views at Solari
Here, the cityscape comes alive. The perfect venue for social gatherings, Solari’s rooftop faces the Empire State Building; the views are immediate and incomparable. Appointed with a radiant fireplace, comfortable theatre, and catering kitchen, the indoor rooftop lounge provides an irresistible year ‘round haven. Outdoor rooftop spaces feature cabanas, chaise lounges, a natural zen green-wall, grilling stations, and a theatre under the stars.
|11E||1 BR||1 BATH||$5,353.05||View|
|20C||1 BR||1 BATH||$5,594.38||View|
|27A||1 BR||1 BATH||$5,743.51||View|
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An award-winning architectural firm who has made major contributions to New York City’s built environment since their founding in 1967. Notable residential projects include Hawthorn Park, The Encore, 325 Fifth Avenue, Edge, and Level BK. Their trend-setting boutique hotels include Hotel Gansevoort, Gansevoort Park, and the Library and Giraffe Hotels among many others.
In collaboration with Stephen B. Jacobs Group for many years, they are responsible for the interior design of many of the Group’s award-winning residential and hospitality projects. Andi Pepper’s work avoids ties to any one tradition, resulting in work that has an air of familiarity yet seems new rather than derivative. Because of her background in sculpture and painting, her designs are conceived as a work of art, using stone, wood and fabrics with unexpected shocks of color, light, and texture, to arrive at a totally novel effect.