Manhattan View at MiMA

Kaufu_1605_MiMA_021_HRKaufu_1605_MiMA_222_HRIn a city like New York where luxurious condominium buildings soar above the streets and avenues like shimmering spires, it can be hard to distinguish one residential tower from the next. A notable exception is Manhattan View at Middle of Manhattan (MiMA), which features 151 units on the top 13 floors of this 63-story building.

Accessed by a private entrance on West 42nd Street, stylish interiors are conceived by celebrated AD100 interior designer Jamie Drake of Drake/ Anderson. He has integrated a stunning variety of ultra-luxe finishes and fixtures in every residence.

Kaufu1605_MiMA-2_2291_HR“Each and every residence has its own uniquely stunning view, and my design for the interiors celebrates that,” explains Jamie Drake. “I was inspired by the continually exhilarating, effervescent spirit of the great city I call home and love so much. With icons of the skyline sparkling and glittering outside every window, I wanted to bring that same excitement and elegance inside.”

Drake’s 2,135-square-foot model offers three bedrooms and three bathrooms. This innovative designer has put together artful furnishings from his collection with Theodore Alexander, showcasing lush materials and bold colors throughout.

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Photography Courtesy of Emily Gilbert.

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