#765 109 East 79 – Garden Water Feature

Brass, Video Available, Video, $13,000-$25,000, corporate, Frame Style, $0-$5,000, etched logo, clear glass, free-floating, underwater lighting, $6,000-$12,000, vinyl logo, silver mirror, residential, color changing, Panel Material, standard single panel, Lighting, down-lighting, stainless steel mesh, horizontal multi panel, standoff logo, healthcare, Venue, side-lighting, $26,000-$60,000, outdoor architectural, restaurant, glass colors, rain curtain, retail, brushed stainless steel, $61,000-$100,000, Logos, bar/nightclub, stone, $101,000-above, acrylic, Price Range, bubble walls/BluGuard, tile, hotel, commercial, copper, unique, stacked horizontal multi panel, granite, universities, slate, hospitality, encapsulated/BluGuard, textured glass, spa, frosted glass, vertical multi panel, bronze mirror, waterwall, sculpture, iaqua, built in, radius of facetted, reflection pool, c-shaped,

Location: New York, NY

Dimensions: 18.5′ T x 13.5′ W

Nestled in 109 East 79 near Central Park, you’ll find a tiled water feature in a beautifully landscaped garden. Designed by the architecture firms Steven Harris Architects and Rees Roberts + Partners, this building in itself is a work of art. With stand-offs, this water feature enhances the entrance lobby, gym, and garden-facing apartments, providing residents with a serene view and a touch of nature’s beauty in their everyday surroundings. The tranquil ambiance and soothing presence of this water feature, right in the heart of the city, is a welcome home.