Home on the Water. In the Sky.
Introducing 1 Seaport, the first all-glass residential tower in the Seaport, Manhattan's oldest new neighborhood.
Here exclusivity comes with all-access to the city's most anticipated destinations. Next door neighbors include Jean-Georges Vongerichten's new food hall, iPic Theaters,the most sophisticated movie experience in New York and an architecturally distinguished riverfront promenade. Book a table at new hot spots by Keith McNally, Tom Colicchio and José Andrés. Hail a Water Taxi to the best spots in Manhattan or Brooklyn. Or visit the city's newest and most distinguished transportation hub, The Oculus, designed by Santiago Calavatra.
Intimate grandeur is revealed at the two-story entrance, with a stairway rising to the piano nobile. Celebrated Architectural Digest (AD100) designer Groves & Co. conceived the public and private spaces to exemplify the quintessence of The Seaport.
A well-designed first impression. Stationed at the sculptural Calacatta Gold marble reception desk, framed by metal bronze walls, is the twenty-four-hour concierge. Along with the porte cochère valet, the concierge at 1 Seaport offers an intuitive level of personalized service for the eighty residences.
1 Seaport houses two full-amenity floors that overlook the river, including a hydrotherapy and pool experience that touches the sky and spans the thirtieth floor. The Water Club may be the most stunning residential spa experience in New York, offering 360-degree views of the harbor, bridges, and landmarks that define Manhattan. The sixth floor is devoted to fitness and activity for both children and adults.
The hydrotherapy circuit includes rejuvenating hot and cold elements, a steam room, a misted water passageway and a teak detailed sauna with a floor-to-ceiling window overlooking New York Harbor.
Custom chaise lounges offer a skyline and waterfront perspective and lead to the sauna and steam retreats. Bridge views and harbor lights create a memorable backdrop for The Water Club's Sun Terrace, 30 floors above the magic of Manhattan.
The Water Club reflects the height of rejuvenation. A state-of-the-art misted passageway connects the horizon edge sky view pool to the relaxation lounge and adjacent Sky Terrace.
Here you'll find an advanced fitness center as well as spin, yoga, and training studios encased in floor-to-ceiling glass, all overlooking the harbor and Brooklyn Bridge Park waterfront. The exclusive partnership with FitLore encompasses a dedicated wellness portfolio, including a fitness concierge, on-call spinning and training sessions, and a la carte private culinary services with personal meal delivery and in-home chefs.
Architectural Digest (AD100) designer Groves & Co. crafted each residence to connect with the magnificent light, harbor, and city views. The corner residences, with panoramic-view glass walls, feature copious harborside terraces.
Hand-stained oak flooring, floor-to-ceiling triple-paned glass walls, and up to eleven-foot ceilings enhance the spaciousness. Bespoke detailing includes custom millwork and hardware designed by Groves & Co.
Seamlessly integrated into the living areas, the open kitchens feature custom walnut cabinetry, with upper door Calacatta Gold inlays, concealed pulls, and an illuminated Calacatta Gold marble backsplash. The curated appliance package is by Gaggenau.
In the master bathrooms, a gray limestone wall stretches from the shower to the custom walnut vanity and mirror. Above the large Groves & Co. custom designed freestanding tub is a discreet niche of satin nickel. The exterior walnut-slatted shower wall and tub deck inject nature into the bathing environment.
From here, you can literally see everywhere. Each residence offers unparalleled views enhanced by sculpted glass walls with horizontal mullions designed to frame the extraordinary cityscape and waterfront panoramas. A story that spans five bridges, two waterways, yacht regattas, and New York's most magnificent architectural landmarks, past and present.View
The Seaport is a true original. Founded in 1625 when the Dutch West India Company erected its first pier, the neighborhood includes the largest concentration of restored early 19th-century commercial buildings in the city. Today, charm meets the future. Vintage cobblestone streets and patina low-rise brick buildings house wine bars, clothing boutiques, and destination restaurants. The surrounding streets lead to some of New York's most appreciated new cultural, lifestyle, and retail developments.
Infrastructure investment by Howard Hughes Corporation.
Seafood-themed marketplace by Jean-Georges Vongerichten in the neighboring Tin Building.
Within the eight auditoriums of iPic Theaters, the most luxurious movie complex in New York.
For David Rockwell, one of the world’s most theatrical designers and creator of the adjacent Imagination Playground.
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|Residence 1 Bed / 1 Bath 15A||Bedrooms 1||Bathrooms 1||Interior (SQ. FT) 973||Interior (SQ. M) 90||Exterior (SQ. FT) 297||Exterior (SQ. M) 28||Price 1925000$1,925,000||Floor Plan VIEW / DOWNLOAD|
|Residence 2 Bed / 2 Bath 46A||Bedrooms 2||Bathrooms 2||Interior (SQ. FT) 1,311||Interior (SQ. M) 122||Exterior (SQ. FT) 116||Exterior (SQ. M) 11||Price 3430000$3,430,000||Floor Plan VIEW / DOWNLOAD|
|Residence 2 Bed / 2 Bath 38A||Bedrooms 2||Bathrooms 2||Interior (SQ. FT) 1,311||Interior (SQ. M) 122||Exterior (SQ. FT) -||Exterior (SQ. M) -||Price 3070000$3,070,000||Floor Plan VIEW / DOWNLOAD|
|Residence 1 Bed / 1 Bath 12A||Bedrooms 1||Bathrooms 1||Interior (SQ. FT) 869||Interior (SQ. M) 81||Exterior (SQ. FT) -||Exterior (SQ. M) -||Price 1700000$1,700,000||Floor Plan VIEW / DOWNLOAD|
|Residence 0 Bed / 1 Bath 9D||Bedrooms 0||Bathrooms 1||Interior (SQ. FT) 801||Interior (SQ. M) 74||Exterior (SQ. FT) -||Exterior (SQ. M) -||Price 1475000$1,475,000||Floor Plan VIEW / DOWNLOAD|
|Residence 1 Bed / 1 Bath 17C||Bedrooms 1||Bathrooms 1||Interior (SQ. FT) 736||Interior (SQ. M) 68||Exterior (SQ. FT) -||Exterior (SQ. M) -||Price 1560000$1,560,000||Floor Plan VIEW / DOWNLOAD|
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