New York City has long stood as a vanguard of forward thinking architecture and the Art Deco artistry of the early 20th century

During the period, architects and designers broke from tradition, challenging boundaries, experimenting with raw materials, and applying a spirit of ingenuity which has shaped the iconic Manhattan skyline. Monogram New York pays tribute to this history, introducing an architecturally significant addition to the neighborhood with tonal patterns and subtle details taking cues from the Art Deco period.

The Art Deco movement is typified by a sense of independence. With Monogram New York, Ismael Leyva Architects embraces this sentiment by creating a new residential tower that marries Art Deco artistry with Modernism to create a building possessing the best of design.


Returning home from the thriving city, enjoy the beautifully designed and enchanting foyer and library lounge, rejuvenate in the private wellness environs with in-house spa services, or flourish atop the building at The Crest – a sophisticated enclave including terraces, a reading room with a fireplace, an intimate bar, and a private dining room and catering kitchen, all enveloped by expansive city skyline vistas.


Neri&Hu’s design for the residences incorporate clean, vertical lines and natural materials, inspiring a sense of tranquility. Intuitive touches emphasize beauty and function, with proportionate layouts and oversized windows.
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