Beekman Tower is an iconic skyscraper located in New York, being one of the highest in the world. Opened in 2011, this building has 267 meters tall and 76 floors.
Also known as 8 Spruce Street, was designed by Frank Gehry Architects and WSP Cantor Seinuk Structural Engineers, developed by Forest City Ratner and finally, constructed by Kreisler Borg Florman.
The building besides 898 luxury residential rental units has a public elementary school, the Spruce Street School, located at the base of Beekman Tower.
The architectural style of this skyscraper is based on Deconstructivism, a development of postmodern architecture, that began in the late 1980s. Frank Gehry designed a building with undulating waves of stainless steel that reflect the changing light, which enables to transform the appearance of Beekman Tower throughout the day.
All the interiors have been thinking by Gehry and the residential vary between studios to plants with 3 bedrooms with or without terrace. If you are interested in these residences, you can check your availability on the website.