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LEEZA SOHO, BEIJING ZAHA HADID ARCHITECTS


ROSE HILL, NEW YORK CENTRARUDDY


Rockefeller Group recently celebrated the official topping out of Rose Hill. Located in the NoMad neighbourhood at 30 East 29th Street, the 45-storey ‘full service’ condominium building encompasses studios to four-bedroom homes that come in a variety of layouts, starting from $1.2m. The residences include private outdoor space, and a collection of penthouses on the top floors of the building. With architecture and interior design by CentraRuddy, the building is clad in a bronze-tone facade with “detailing that tries to frame the expansive glass windows,” said the developers. Lighting will illuminate the tower’s base and crown to “highlight the building’s articulation.” A selection of amenities have been designed to embrace a communal atmosphere that looks to encourage a social and active lifestyle, with select offerings curated by a collection of New York-based businesses.


Located on Lize Road in southwest Beijing, Leeza SOHO tower anchors the new Fengtai business district – a growing financial and transport hub between the city centre and the recently opened Beijing Daxing International Airport to the south. The 45-storey, 172,800 m² tower responds to demand from small and medium-sized businesses in Beijing for flexible and efficient Grade A office space. The tower’s design divides its volume into two halves enclosed by a single facade shell. The emerging space between these forms extends the full height of the tower, creating what’s thought to be the world’s tallest atrium (194.15 m). It “rotates through the building as the tower rises to realign the upper floors with Lize road,” said ZHA.


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