The Centrale, a collaboration with Pelli Clarke Pelli, design architect, stands 63 stories tall in Midtown East. The building’s façade is composed of a mix of reflective glass and thin vertical strips of terracotta panels that stretch up and down the skyscraper. These panels are asymmetrically indented, angled, and colored with a light beige finish, and a dark strip on one edge. The color orientation and angle are mirrored on every setback repeating all the way up the tower to the pinnacle.
Amenities at the Centrale include a porte-cochère, private gardens, a pool, and private lounges.