Gallery: Mercedes House by Ten Arquitectos Looks Like a Green Stairway ...

Environmentally conscious luxury condos are popping up all over Manhattan lately, and Mercedes House is no exception. This incredible 1.3 million square foot compound features just about everything, including over 800 residential units, dozens of and of
Environmentally conscious luxury condos are popping up all over Manhattan lately, and Mercedes House is no exception. This incredible 1.3 million square foot compound features just about everything, including over 800 residential units, dozens of commercial and storage spaces, horse stables for the NYPD, and of course, a state-of-the-art Mercedes-Benz dealership. With a sparkling LED-lit lobby by Leeser Architects and so many rooftop gardens even Central Park would be envious, the Mercedes House is a green oasis on Manhattan's riverside edge.

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  1. Urban Gardens July 26, 2013 at 1:22 pm

    I was just at this building 2 weeks ago, but only viewed it from the ground and out of the common entertainment room window–had no idea it looked like this! Stairway to green heaven. I’d been told the building had a number of “penthouses” each with their own balconies. But wow, this has to be one of the coolest things I have seen recently!

  2. Stephanie Ayres July 3, 2013 at 2:10 pm

    The rooftop ‘Gardens’ would be better if they were planted with organic veg that could supply the residents or local restaurants, or species of plants that would support bees and other vital insects for the ecosystem of the city.

  3. AlisonDGilbert June 6, 2013 at 1:26 pm

    Wonderful. Architecture is becoming more organic, integrated with nature as much as possible in the city. I also like the terraces like a stairway to the sky, the sun and the stars. Kudos to Ten Arquitectos and Mercedes House.

  4. Terri Scott March 25, 2013 at 4:08 pm

    I love the look of the terraces & it also gives a sense of space & the possibility of having another avenue of escape should a drastic emergency happen involving the building.