On Wednesday, October 28th 2015 Maserati of Manhattan unveiled their new 2016 line at a luxury event hosted at 50 United Nations Plaza, a Zeckendorf Development and Global Holdings luxury residential development designed by Foster+Partners. The unveiling featured the Ghibli, Quattroporte, and the Gran Turismo. The guests were invited to test drive the cars and check out the new features including the new interior design branding of Italian fashion house Ermenegildo Zegna. The event also highlighted the 100 year celebration Centennial which equips a 454-horsepower, 4.7-liter V8 in range-topping MC guise, allowing the car to sprint from 0 to 60 mph in 4.7 seconds.
After casually test-driving some of the hautest cars of 2016, guests were escorted to the 25th floor of 50 United Nations Plaza; the only venue grand enough for such a lush fête. Here is where the soirée really started. The entire floor of this Zeckendorf Development property was converted into Haute Living and Maserati suites. In 25A attendees were welcomed to a 3 bedroom, 2.5 bathroom suite entirely decked out in all things Haute Living. The floor-to-ceiling glass windows lead to panoramic views of the East, South and West side of the building and Manhattan. In one bedroom you would encounter all things Caeden. The consumer electronics brand flaunted their unique high-end headphones for guests to enjoy. In the second bedroom Saintly’s leather bags took the stage. The brand is famous for their fully customizable, highly functional, and absolutely gorgeous leather weekenders. In the final bedroom was a showcase from Tom James. They were able to show off the craftsmanship behind their custom menswear suits.
Guests would wander back and forth from the Haute Living suite to Maserati in 25B. Here they would revel in panoramic views of the North, East and West sides of Manhattan. The two suites together provided 360-degree views of the city. In Maserati’s suite drinks were abundant. Here you could sample whiskey, champagne, beer and most importantly Owl’s Brew tea-based cocktail mixers.