50 West 66th Street

50 West 66th Street, New York
Executive Architect
Mixed-Use / Commercial, Residential Condominium
Under Construction
547,906 sq. ft., 69 stories, 775 ft. tall, 127 units

50 West 66th Street will be the tallest building on Manhattan’s Upper West Side upon completion. Designed by Snøhetta, it features a façade of “sculptural excavations” evoking the “chiseled stone of Manhattan’s geological legacy.”

The synagogue of Congregation Habonim, which exists on the property, is incorporated into the building’s design. In addition to being a stone’s throw from Lincoln Center and Central Park, the building’s amenities include a 16th-floor outdoor terrace, a swimming pool, seating areas, and plantings.

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