Local Architecture Gets Face Lift

There are a few things in the work for the New York skyline.  First, the Sarcostyle Tower which has been proposed by Hayri Atak Architectural Design which would create something very unique for the skyline.  A large rectangle featuring curved, carved-out sides it would be placed right in the middle of Lower Manhattan’s historic office towers.  Inspired by human anatomy and cells this building is nearly 690 feet tall. It is being called the Sarocstyle as that is a muscle fiber and the project was inspired by biology.  It will provide unique angles of the skyline too.

Plans are further along in the pipeline for 109 East 79th Street’s condominium. A beautiful merger between historical prewar architecture with modern interior design, the 32 residences of the 20 floor building is being put together by award winning firm Steven Harris Architects LLP.  Sales are hoped to begin this year via Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group.