Much buzz has been created over the past few months since the announcement that Aman Resorts would be opening its first urban residences in New York, at an iconic address, The Crown Building (57th Street and 5th Avenue)
While other buildings rising along 57th Street have garnered attention because of their height, pricing, and other features, Aman has quietly released new renderings of the project, and they are simply stunning! Based on the look inside, these homes are truly delivering the vision of an oasis in the middle of urban chaos.
Aman New York is slated to open its doors in 2020, bringing 83 rooms and suites in addition to 22 private residences. It’s been reported by the Wall Street Journal that nearly half of the private residences have already sold, despite being listed. It is rumored that asking prices start at $4.65M
About the Residences
For the Condo portion, there will only be 22 residences. As of now, we know that some homes are slated to have terraces as well as private pools. All of them come with access to a suite of ultra-luxe amenities. There is expected to be a Sky Lobby, members club, piano bar, wine library, cigar bar, a members-only jazz club and 2 restaurants. Arva will be serving Italian fare while Nama will be Aman’s interpretation of Japan’s washoku dining tradition.
The Aman Club will encompass 3 stories of the building with a 75-foot pool, hot and cold plunge pools, fire pits, hammams, salon, gym, and juice bar. Based on the renderings, this Club will be a true representation of the Aman brand and the serene and luxurious spas for which it is known the world over.
Aman Resorts are located around the world in both remote and urban settings, known for their meticulous design to frame their natural settings. People love Aman Resorts for the space and privacy that they offer.
Aman started in 1988 with the first location being on Phuket’s West Coast. It was named Amanpuri which means “place of peace.” From that, the Aman name was born. Today, there are 33 resorts, hotels, and private residences across 21 countries.
All Renderings Courtesy of Aman