Manhattan House, a landmarked luxury residential building located on the Upper East Side, announced the launch of the highly-anticipated Penthouse Collection designed by Vicente Wolf. These one-of-a-kind penthouse residences have been wholly reimagined with new layouts, custom detailing and finishes by internationally-renowned designer Vicente Wolf, who was named to Architectural Digest’s prestigious AD 100 list and is one of the most celebrated designers in the industry.

Having already lent his globally-inspired, timeless aesthetic to the restoration and redesign of the Manhattan House lobby, Vicente Wolf’s Penthouse Collection complements the distinct attributes of each unique layout, further illustrating his aptitude for evoking luxury from a modernist perspective.
“I approached each penthouse in Manhattan House as I would an individual home design project,” expressed Vicente Wolf. “Each residence features bespoke elements and finishes unique to the specific space. These details and nuances have been thoughtfully implemented in order to enhance the livability of these luxurious, open spaces.

”The Penthouse Collection features spacious, refined layouts achieved through the combination of former residences and as part of the extensive renovation of the building. Large, private wrap-around terraces afford an elegant and graceful outdoor space to enjoy sweeping views of the Manhattan skyline from the 21st floor. The living rooms and most master bedrooms boast wood-burning fireplaces, with surrounds of stainless steel and absolute black granite custom designed by Vicente Wolf. All bathrooms include custom cabinetry, and master bathrooms feature hand chiseled marbled accent walls. The kitchens feature custom oak and stainless steel cabinetry, mahogany islands with honed Basaltina countertops, and Miele and Wolf appliances. Vicente Wolf signature door and trim details are utilized throughout.

Originally designed in 1950 by master architect Gordon Bunshaft of Skidmore Owings and Merrill, Manhattan House has been re-engineered by O’Connor Capital Partners with the highest quality in design and amenities to maintain its Modernist, sophisticated vision of contemporary urban living. Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group handles Sales and Marketing for the development.
“We are delighted to have Vicente Wolf create a signature design for the Manhattan House Penthouse Collection,” stated Brian Fallon, Partner and Director of Development of O’Connor Capital Partners. “Vicente has carefully curated these penthouses to make each one unique, and to reflect the standard of luxury at Manhattan House.”

“Manhattan House is a Modernist icon, situated in one of the most sought-after neighborhoods in the city,” stated Tricia Hayes Cole, executive managing director of Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group. “We anticipate strong demand for our Penthouse Collection as the building continues to experience tremendous sales success.”

Manhattan House lists a comprehensive portfolio of exceptional services and amenities for residents. Its enviable outdoor spaces include one of the largest private gardens in the city, as well as a rooftop terrace, which is as part of the “Manhattan Club”. Additional amenities and services

* Two porte-cochere entrances with 24-hour doormen
* One-acre private garden designed by Sasaki Associates
* Private rooftop club – 10,000 square feet and wrap-around terrace with panoramic skyline views
* exhale MindBody Spa and Yoga Studio with access to outdoor rooftop lounge
* exhale Fitness Center
* Children’s playroom designed by Roto Studio
* Full-time live-in Resident Manager
* Concierge service
* On-site parking
* Temperature-controlled storage for deliveries
* Valet dry cleaners

The two- to four-bedroom penthouse residences range from 1,706-square feet asking $4.6 million to 4,056-square feet with accompanying 2,143-square foot terrace asking $12.5 million.For more information, please visit: or contact 212 566 0660.

About Manhattan House

Manhattan House is a landmarked condominium building located on New York City’s Upper East Side at 66th Street and Third
Avenue, offering easy access to Central Park as well as some of the finest parks, museums, dining, shopping, and schools. Designed as an outstanding apartment building in 1950 by master architect Gordon Bunshaft of Skidmore Owings and Merrill, this modernist icon has been thoroughly renovated with new infrastructure, luxury finishes, and exceptional services and amenities that respect the property’s heritage while providing for the modern luxuries of a contemporary lifestyle.