We got a peek inside the starchitect-designed luxury apartments that are dramatically changing New York City's skyline
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The building, which has a total 709 units, was built with sustainability in mind. The energy-efficient building recycles 60,000 gallons of water a day, and it was built using responsibly forested wood. Not to mention, with 178 different floor plans, there's a fit for any type of living situation.
Starting March 1, the units will be on the rental market - aside from the building's 142 affordable housing units, that is, which range from $565 for a studio to $1,067 for a three-bedroom apartment and were filled via a lottery late last year. Average prices for the market-rate apartments range from $2,770 for a studio to $16,500 a month for a four-bedroom apartment.
Business Insider recently got to peek inside five different units, each with a unique floor plan. We were in awe with what we saw.
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