| Charles C. Collingwood|
Foster + Partners
| 50 United Nations Plaza, Manhattan, New York City, U.S.|
345 E 46th St, New York, NY 10017, USA
Madison Square Park Tower, One Riverside Park, Vue at Brickell, 1100 Millecento, 15 Central Park West
50 United Nations Plaza is a high-rise residential building in Manhattan, New York City, USA. Owned by Charles C. Collingwood.
50 United Nations Plaza Wikipedia
The vacant lot was acquired by Zeckendorf Development for US$160 million in 2007. On November 14, 2012, Zeckendorf family announced the beginning of construction, alongside Israeli billionaire investor Eyal Ofer as a partner.
The 44-story tower was designed by the architectural firm Foster and Partners, making it the first residential building in the United States designed by Norman Foster, Baron Foster of Thames Bank. It includes 87 apartments.
The state of Qatar acquired four apartments in April 2015. By July 2015, the penthouse, which has an outdoors swimming-pool, was listed on the real estate market for US$70 million.