The Tallest tower in Manhattan West is now open, and already nearly fully leased. One Manhattan West was built over the existing Amtrak line, and has a forty-foot lobby ceiling. It is expected to gain a gold LEED rating. The architects had the goal of making a timeless classic style, something unique in the city landscape. The lobby is said to be among the most dramatic in New York City, the result of a unique collaboration between the engineers and architects.
- One Manhattan West has already leased out around 90 percent of its office space to organizations like the National Hockey League.
- Brookfield Properties’ Manhattan West project will also include Two Manhattan West and Five Manhattan West, both office buildings.
- In addition to office tenants, Five Manhattan West will include a Whole Foods, a Peloton, a Danny Meyer restaurant, and more.
“The structure is comprised of a reinforced concrete core and steel moment frame and was designed to accommodate the Amtrak railways running beneath Manhattan West. A transparent, 40-foot tall lobby surrounds the monolithic, carved structural core, which is clad in 400 tons of Italian travertine.”