Completed: 2005

Architect: Fox + Fowle (FxFowle)

Floors: 38

597 Units

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Leasing Contacts:

Residential

Kristin Mayer The Durst Organization 212.789.5757

Retail

Jeff Winick Winick Realty Group 212.792.2601
Kenneth Hochhauser Winick Realty Group 212.792.2605
Steven E. Baker Winick Realty Group 212.792.2636
Ashley Mays The Durst Organization 212.257.6596
Ashlea Aaron The Durst Organization 212.257.6590
Tom Bow The Durst Organization 212.257.6610

HELENΛ 57 WEST (601 West 57th Street)

HELENA 57 WEST, at 601 West 57th Street, was the first residential rental tower built in 2005 on The Durst Organization’s residential superblock that is bounded by 11th and 12th Avenues and 57th and 58th Streets. The 598-unit mixed-use building offers studios, one- and two-bedroom apartments, with a variety of amenities including a tri-level fitness center with a suite of cadio, Pilates, yoga, spin and massage rooms, clubroom, movie lounge, tot spot playroom and a rooftop terrace and sun deck with spectacular views of the Hudson River and Midtown Manhattan. A private, free shuttle bus provides door-to-door round-trip services for all of the residents on the 57 WEST super block to Columbus Circle. Visit the HELENA 57 WEST website


Sustainability

HELENΛ 57 WEST is the first voluntary LEED residential tower in New York City. Earning LEED Gold, HELENΛ 57 WEST is also the first high rise residential building to launch an organics collection program. One of the building’s most innovative environmental features is the water recycling system that reclaims about 43,000 gallons of waste water each day. Other sustainable features include expansive glass walls that maximize natural light, low-E coated double-pane windows to reduce ultraviolet light and minimize the need for heating and cooling, solar panels that provide supplemental energy, ENERGY STAR-rated appliances to reduce energy consumption, and recycled, renewable and locally sourced building materials constructed to reduce the environmental impact.

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