Construction has topped out at 50 West 66th Street, a 69-story residential skyscraper on Manhattan’s Upper West Side that’s developed by Extell and designed by Snøhetta with SLCE Architects as the executive architect. The 775-foot-tall structure offers 127 luxury condominiums that will range from two-bedrooms to full-floor penthouses. 

“This significant construction milestone brings us one step closer to completing this iconic new property. 50 West 66th Street is the result of a remarkable collaboration with Lendlease and some of the world's most talented architects, engineers and designers in the world,” said David Rothstein, EVP of Construction, Extell Development Company. “Extell has a reputation for creating luxury properties which offer the highest quality of construction, floor plans, finishes, amenities and views, and 50 West 66th Street will bring the same level of excellence and luxury to Manhattan’s Upper West Side.”

The residential tower features stunning park, river and skyline views, with building interiors designed by AB Concept and Shamir Shah Design. The amenity suite spans 50,000 square feet and includes a swimming pool, spa, fitness center, full-size basketball and pickleball court; a squash court, bowling alley, gaming room and golf simulator. Additional amenities include an event space, resident lounge, business center and outdoor terrace with pool and a hot tub on the 20th floor. 

Completion is anticipated in 2026. Lendlease is the general contractor for the project.