New Manhattan Condominium designed by Pei Partnership Architects with I.M. Pei.
The Centurion is located in the heart of Midtown. It’s two blocks from Central Park and steps from Fifth Avenue.
The Centurion is the only residential building in Manhattan designed from the ground-up by Pei Partnership Architects with world-renowned architect I.M. Pei.
I.M. Pei has designed some of the twentieth and early twenty-first century’s most elegant and powerful buildings including the East Building of the National Gallery in Washington D.C., the Four Seasons Hotel in New York, the high-tech pyramid for the Louvre in Paris, the Miho Museum in Japan, the Bank of China Building in Hong Kong and the JFK Museum & Library in Boston.
Apartment interiors at the Centurion were designed by SLCE Architects, a firm that has designed condominiums at several of New York’s most high-end residential buildings, including 15 Central Park West, 2150 Broadway, and 40 Mercer Street.
The quality of materials, finishes, design structure and location place the Centurion in the highest tier of real property available in New York City.