New York, New York, USA
One Beacon Court comprises 105 luxury condominiums on the upper floors Bloomberg Tower, a 55-story mixed-use tower that rises from a block-long commercial base in Midtown Manhattan. The name Beacon Court refers to the building’s elliptical outdoor space, which is enclosed by a tilting six-story cylinder of glass. This midblock opening contains an entrance for the condominiums and separate entrances for the Bloomberg headquarters and a restaurant, each under a distinctive glass canopy. In addition to allowing vehicles to drop off passengers, Beacon Court gives residents an entrance removed from Lexington and Third avenues, two busy retail corridors.
The condominiums, many with views of Central Park, occupy floors 31 through 51 of the tower. On the 30th floor are amenities for residents including a fitness center, entertainment suite, kitchen, playroom, and business center.