An Inside Look at N°33 Park Row with Leonard Steinberg


Embark on an exclusive journey into the architectural masterpiece of N°33 Park Row with top NYC agent and distinguished real estate expert, Leonard Steinberg. In this insightful Q&A, Leonard invites you to explore the world of N°33 Park Row, the first residential property in New York City by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Richard Rogers of Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners. This striking tower joins RSH+P’s critically acclaimed projects on the global stage, including One Hyde Park in London, the Centre Pompidou in Paris, and One Monte Carlo in Monaco.


Overlooking lower Manhattan’s historic City Hall Park and offering the rare privilege of fully preserved, unobstructed park views from every residence, N°33 Park Row is a pure expression of RSH+P’s ability to capture the essence of the places their buildings occupy, as well as the lifestyle of those who call them home. As a testament to the caliber of listings represented by Compass Development Marketing Group, N°33 Park Row stands as an exquisite addition to their renowned portfolio.


“As a national leader, representing the most sought after projects in multiple markets throughout the United States, Compass Development Marketing Group takes great pride in partnering with developers who are relentless in their pursuit of excellence and design teams that are lauded the world over. N°33 Park Row is a shining example of what happens when the best of the best come together to create a very special residential experience.” - Justin D’Adamo | Head of New Development at Compass


N°33 Park Row is an exceptional NYC development known for its celebrated architecture. Which specific design elements contribute to the luxury and exclusivity of these residences?


“N°33 Park Row has multiple architectural elements that make it a distinctive addition to the exquisite collection of architecturally significant landmarks that surround City Hall Park: The distinctive facade taps into Richard Rogers’s modernist and constructivist design with exposed steel columns and copper accents, floor-to-ceiling windows that capture the exceptional Park exposures and numerous outdoor spaces, especially multiple Juliette style balconies.” - Leonard Steinberg


The location of N°33 Park Row is truly iconic. How does the neighborhood's rich history and cultural significance enhance the appeal of these luxury residences?


“This location is steeped in New York History dating back to 1652, once part of a 35 acre farm where Edison first turned on the electrical lights of The New York Times Building in 1882. This location is a beneficiary of three neighborhoods: Tribeca, The Southstreet Seaport and The Financial District to its South, all vibrant, thriving neighborhoods that offer residents an enticing mix of restaurants, food stores, hotels, transportation options, world-class shopping, parks and cultural institutions like the new Perelman Performing Arts Center. Living in Manhattan is as much about the neighborhood as the home itself. At N°33 Park Row, you have three at your doorstep!” - Leonard Steinberg


Living at N°33 Park Row promises a distinctive experience. How do its standout features or amenities align with the evolving preferences of luxury homebuyers in NYC? 


“The scale of this building is very human, including the vast selection of amenities. The park-facing loggia yoga terrace off the gym and the craft studio are two standouts. All amenities and services are elegantly scaled and of a variety normally only associated with much larger buildings. Today's most discerning buyers expect a wide selection of amenities: here you aren't compelled to share them with many people as the building has just 30 apartments.” - Leonard Steinberg


What insights can you share about the current demand for properties like those at N°33 Park Row? How do these residences fulfill a specific need in today's luxury real estate landscape?


“Those seeking exceptional real estate are drawn to N°33 Park Row for its multiple collector qualities, a unique checklist that delivers on every level:  Significant world-class architecture, a park-front location with protected views, superb light, substantive ceiling heights, quality finishes, full services and amenities, and modern mechanicals. More importantly, it's impossible to replicate this setting, centered on the park with a slight North-Westerly tilt that allows you to appreciate the views and light all day. This is the first and only residential building designed by Richard Rogers, which cements it as an instant classic and collector's item.” - Leonard Steinberg


In the competitive world of real estate, the strength of an agent's relationships can make all the difference. Can you elaborate on why having deep connections with developers is indispensable for your clients?


“We are always consulted on new buildings at the very earliest stages of development, often well before a site has been secured. We have developed decades-long relationships with the most notable developers of our time, those who care deeply about the responsibility of delivering quality architecture, design and construction in beautiful homes that also function for day-to-day life. The process is lengthy and we are deeply involved every step of the way, sharing our knowledge, experience and market insights. Timing markets is never easy, but when you help create extraordinary properties that are impossible to replicate, there is always a market amongst those who have the ability to recognize the difference.” - Leonard Steinberg

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