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The New Residential Buildings in NYC Where Design Meets Fashion

From fashion to floor plans: In a trend that’s likely to get any style-loving home buyer looking twice, some of the newest luxury residential buildings in New York happen to have renowned designers behind them who previously cut their teeth creating stores for some of the world’s chicest fashion houses. Take 109 East 79th Street, for example, a 20-story building on the Upper East Side that has nods to Art Deco, midcentury, and Bauhaus design. With 32 units ranging from two to five bedrooms, it’s one of a handful of residential buildings designed by Steven Harris, who designed the Dolce & Gabbana stores in St. Bart’s and on the Via Condotti in Rome and parts of the Barneys stores in New York and Beverly Hills. Sales are expected to launch this fall, and prices will likely start at $5.35 million. Also downtown, One Manhattan Square on the Lower East Side was designed by Meyer Davis Studio, the designer of Oscar de la Renta’s worldwide boutiques. The building has over 100,000 square feet of amenities such as a multilevel fitness center and bowling alley, along with modern interiors that combine function and style.

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