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Toll Brothers City Living and Sculptor Real Estate have launched sales at a new condominium development on Manhattan’s Upper West Side, The Rockwell

Toll Brothers, Sculptor Real Estate Launch Sales at Upper West Side Condos

Toll Brothers City Living and Sculptor Real Estate have launched sales at The Rockwell. Located at the corner of 103rd Street and Broadway on Manhattan’s Upper West Side, The Rockwell offers 81 studio- to three-bedroom condominiums and a full complement of amenities. Named for artist Norman Rockwell, who was born on the same block, the building was designed by Hill West with interiors by Whitehall Interiors. 

“We’re very excited to launch sales at The Rockwell in New York City,” said David Von Spreckelsen, president of Toll Brothers City Living. “The architectural design and setbacks of this stately grey brick and bronze building are a standout along Broadway’s bustling corridor, giving it a unique stature that is modern yet classic.”  

Pricing ranges from $1.175 million to $4 million-plus. Building completion is slated for spring 2024 with sales and marketing by Toll Brothers City Living. 


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