Start with a building that is a work of art but offers more than just an artistic facade and beautifully appointed residences – a building that redefines urban living by offering everything your life demands.
And, appropriately for a building that will rise high above the river, architect John Cetra invoked a nautical metaphor. "You're going to be able to stand in your living room and feel like you're standing at the front of a ship," Cetra says.
The grand lobby at 77 Hudson exemplifies the architect's commitment to total design. From the color palette to the floor finishes to the soaring ceiling, every detail creates dramatic, memorable spaces and a sense of welcome. But good design means not sacrificing practicality – a dynamic sculptural form serves both as a work of art and a striking backdrop for the 'always-on-call' concierge.