Inspired by the architecture of mid-century icons including Le Corbusier and Mies van der Rohe, and thoroughly updated for an effortlessly elevated 21st century lifestyle, Hanley New York brings an unmistakably downtown edge to uptown living. The building’s original, namesake white glazed façade bricks — manufactured by Hanley Brick — are contrasted with new black glazed subway-style bricks on accent walls throughout the ground level. Works of art by photographer Olaf Otto Becker and abstract painter Malcolm Hill are sophisticated complements to the lobby, conceptualized by celebrated designers Enrico Bonetti and Shamir Shah. The amenities themselves are paired with white-glove services and tech-savvy features to offer residents every convenience along with a host of brilliantly contemporary luxuries.


165 E 66th St
New York, NY 10065

Architecture and Design

Andrew Caracciolo | Enrico Bonetti | Shamir Shah Design


151 Rental Residences