Built by Hyman Shapiro in 1978 and designed by Emery Roth & Sons, the Sheffield, was originally one of the largest rental buildings in Manhattan with over 800 units. After being purchased in 2005 by Ken Swig & partners for a record-breaking $418 million, it was converted into 580 luxury condos.
The Tower stands 58 stories tall with apartments range from 585 ft² studios to 3,417 ft² four-bedroom units. Designed by Cetra Ruddy Architects, units boasting high-end Nordic Ash floors, white and gold marble kitchens with custom Italian cabinetry Miele, Bosch, and Sub-zero appliances and countertops made from Calacatta marble. The bathrooms exhibit dual sinks, soaking tubs, and honed travertine floors, walls, and counters.
Sheffield 57 amenities include a concierge service, a full-time doorman, a garage, a rooftop health club, a pool and a children’s playroom. The Sky Club is one of the Sheffield’s most sought after amenities and provides residents access to a bi-level common area that offers two lounges, a children’s playroom, swimming pool and spa with locker rooms, a yoga studio, fitness center, barbecue grills on the roof terrace and an outdoor sundeck. There is also a Petspa, dog and kid and bike friendly lobby and dog and kid and bike friendly plaza with outdoor seating for relaxing and dining.
Located on what is commonly referred to as “billionaire’s row”, the Sheffield is located at 322 W 57th between 8th and 9th avenue. Minutes away from Columbus Circle, Central Park, Carnegie Hall, Fifth Avenue shopping and some of the best fine dining in the world. There is no shortage of transportation as the A, B, C, D and the N, Q, R and 1 subway lines are within walking distance.