aka united nations

Architects
Asfour-Guzy

Photography
Fernando Alonso Films

Place
New York, US

On the shore of the East River, in the heart of Midtown, Turtle Bay is one of Manhattan’s historic residential neighbourhoods. Halfway between the United Nations headquarters and the bustling business district surrounding Grand Central Terminal and within a stone’s throw of Central Park South, it enjoys an excellent location, close to iconic landmarks of the city such as Radio City Music Hall, Rockefeller Center, the Chrysler building or the MoMA.

It is in this dynamic area, drawing everyday a multitude of sybarite travellers, diplomats and executives looking for sophisticated accommodation, where the luxury hotel AKA United Nations stands. The condominium, a 21-story tower completely renovated, comprises 95 bedrooms ranging from 52 to 62 m2 for stays of one month or longer designed by the New York-based studio Asfour-Guzy Architects and inspired in the lively and cosmopolitan spirit of the neighbourhood.

Architects
Asfour-Guzy

Photography
Fernando Alonso Films

Place
New York, US

On the shore of the East River, in the heart of Midtown, Turtle Bay is one of Manhattan’s historic residential neighbourhoods. Halfway between the United Nations headquarters and the bustling business district surrounding Grand Central Terminal and within a stone’s throw of Central Park South, it enjoys an excellent location, close to iconic landmarks of the city such as Radio City Music Hall, Rockefeller Center, the Chrysler building or the MoMA.

It is in this dynamic area, drawing everyday a multitude of sybarite travellers, diplomats and executives looking for sophisticated accommodation, where the luxury hotel AKA United Nations stands. The condominium, a 21-story tower completely renovated, comprises 95 bedrooms ranging from 52 to 62 m2 for stays of one month or longer designed by the New York-based studio Asfour-Guzy Architects and inspired in the lively and cosmopolitan spirit of the neighbourhood.

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