After a three-year suspension, sales finally launched yesterday for 111 West 57th Street — the world’s third tallest residential building.

And while not officially confirmed, prices are expected to start at $18 million and go up to $57 million.

Developed by JDS Development Group, Property Markets Group and Spruce Capital Partners, 111 West 57th Street incorporates the landmarked Steinway Hall and a newly integrated tower. Initially, developers held off on launching until the building climbed to 800 of its 1,400-feet, according to an article in Curbed.

The Steinway Hall portion will house a total of 14 units topped by an 8,800-square-foot penthouse that is projected to sell for $20.5 million. And the new tower section will include 46 full-floor and duplex units. Residences range in size from 3,873 square feet  to 7,128 square feet.

111 West 57th Street was designed by SHoP Architects, with interiors by Studio Sofield.

Nearly a dozen new renderings were revealed on the official site, including the building’s covered carport and entryway.

The fresh renderings give buyers a taste of what the modern residences look like. Units boast tall ceiling heights, floor-to-ceiling windows and spacious open floorplans.

111 West 57th Street includes an indoor lap pool, valet parking, private storage and a common terrace.

Still under construction, 111 West 57th Street is expected to be completed in 2020.

Douglas Elliman is the exclusive sales agent for the property.

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