Located along the Hudson River waterfront, the site is comprised of two distinct buildings—75 Park Lane and Shore House—which stand at 37 and seven stories, respectively. The taller of the two will hold 358 residences, and display a sleek, American modernism-inspired aesthetic. Beginning with a low-rise base that extends to the street, the tower portion is set back to respect the surrounding residential scale. Its façade is made up of a series of interlocking two-story frames with floor-to-ceiling glass. The shorter, Shore House, takes on a grittier look, recalling the neighborhood’s industrial past. The building includes staggered, single-story frames on the exterior and will contain 71 units.
The two buildings are unified by common materials such as naturally colored metal and terracotta frames. As a whole, it is designed as a collection of hospitality experiences, with amenities such as an Olympic-sized swimming pool, jacuzzi, spa, library, wine-tasting room, private dining room, putting green and a health and wellness precinct.
More than half of the units were sold in less than six months, well before the structure was completed.