111 Murray Street

New York, New York


In July 2013, New Valley Realty in partnership with the Witkoff Group and Fisher Brothers acquired    Saint John’s University Manhattan campus. The site is located at the corner of Murray and West Streets overlooking the Hudson River.  The 10 story property is being demolished to make way for an ultra-luxury residential condominium, designed by the renowned architect Kohn Pedersen Fox with interior design by David Mann and amenities by David Rockwell.

Property Details

The property takes advantage of the lack of new condominium supply in Tribeca and the impending completion of the World Trade Center site with the completion of approximately 10 million square feet of office, retail and hotel space in the adjacent area.  111 Murray is steps away from various forms of transportation, the Nelson E. Rockefeller waterfront park, Whole Foods, Soul Cycle, and many other attractions that are becoming a necessity for well-rounded living.  Stuyvesant High School, one of the best in the country, is a short 6-minute walk away. Tribeca has become of one of the most dynamic mixed-use neighborhoods in the world. The site’s sweeping Hudson River and city views, coupled with a lack of luxury projects downtown make this an exceptional location for new residential development. Aside from the outstanding views and well established location, 111 Murray will hold architectural significance in the New York skyline. 

Gross Buildable Area (SF): 400,000 

Total Condominium Units: 157

Stories: 58 

Architect: Kohn Pedersen Fox

Amenities: David Rockwell of Rockwell Group

Interiors:  David Mann of MR Architecture & Décor 

Completion: 2018