Located in the Lenox Hill neighborhood in the Upper East Side of Manhattan, New York, The Leyton is a slender building that soars 30 stories. The building’s design, created by Manuel Glas Architects, is a modern interpretation of the Art Deco styles present in the neighboring landmark buildings of Rockefeller Center and The News Building.
The Leyton is covered in over 70,000 sq. ft. of Duna Grey Nature porcelain slabs, which are accented by floor-to-ceiling glass windows and balconies for the building’s residents.
The building contains 38 residential units within it that have open floor layouts - all which can view Central Park, The Hudson River, and the surrounding cityscape that spans outside of it.
Other Porcelanosa tile products are also featured inside of the units – including XTONE Aged Dark Nature porcelain slab walls in the powder rooms, and Belice Acero and Dover Caliza within the secondary bathrooms.