The world’s skinniest high-rise building will quickly open in New york city City.

Increasing more than 1,400 feet in the air, 111 W. 57 th St. includes an exterior made from bronze and terra-cotta. Its height-to-width ratio, 24:1, makes it the skinniest tower on the planet.

The brand-new structure bases on top of the historical Steinway Hall, which has actually been called a “classic monolith to symphonic music and architecture” by New york city City’s Landmarks Conservation Commission.

Kevin Maloney, the creator of Residential or commercial property Markets Group who’s establishing the residential or commercial property, applauded the structure in a declaration for “its unequaled place, authentic architectural pedigree and ideal proportion over Central Park.”

Listings for the residential or commercial property went live on Monday. They include a range of full-floor and duplex homes. Have a look at a few of the makings.