Ranging in configuration from studios to one, two, and three-bedroom homes, every residence includes a private outdoor balcony, while larger units on the 14th floor feature expansive terraces. Cast in a modern yet neutral palette, the crisp and simple color scheme works beautifully on its own, or as a clean base for your personal aesthetic, while floor-to-ceiling windows infuse each unit with natural light. For the tenant who likes to spread out, master suites and bathrooms are available upon request, while spare rooms can easily be transformed into additional spaces like offices and nurseries.


For the master chef or the master of takeout, this is where it all goes down. Oversized stainless steel farm sinks, chrome-finish retractable faucets, state-of-the art dishwashers, and sleek high-gloss shaker cabinets—it all come standard at Halo. Additional details include contrasting black upper cabinets with textured glass doors and open shelving suspended by exposed pipes, providing clever display and storage areas. Reclaimed wood paneling has been implemented to add a cultivated rustic element and warmth into the kitchen design.


Comparable to bathrooms found in chic hotel suites, the residence bathrooms at Halo represent luxurious comfort at its best. Distinctive tiling, generous medicine cabinets, freestanding sinks, and the finest European chrome fixtures designed by Grohe deliver a truly refined space. For units with a separate master bathroom suite, a large, circular backlit mirror and polished subway tile act as the finishing touches to a posh retreat.